The annual Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) is viewed as one of the leading conferences for presenting the broadest variety of research done by and for IS/IT academicians. Every year its papers and panel presentations are selected from over 700 submissions, and the AMCIS proceedings are in the permanent collections of libraries throughout the world.
Our conference philosophy is that four elements are successful for a successful AMCIS conference:
1. High quality networking opportunities
2. High quality research presented throughout the conference that is engaging, thought provoking, and pushes the boundaries of our field
3. An approach that ensures that SIGs play a critical role in the development of both the pre-AMCIS workshop experience as well as the programmatic elements of the conference itself
4. Opportunities for professional development for attendees regardless of their current level of seniority.