The Practice of Enterprise Modeling

The 16th IFIP WG 8.1 Working Conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modeling (PoEM 2023) is, together with the 13th Enterprise Design and Engineering Working Conference (EDEWC 2023), part of the Business Informatics week 2023, which runs from November 28th to December 1, 2023, and is hosted by the Business Informatics group of TU Wien.

The PoEM working conference aims to improve the understanding of the practice of Enterprise Modeling (EM) by offering a forum for sharing experiences and knowledge between the academic community and practitioners from industry and the public sector.

The PoEM proceedings are due to be available online by November 22, 2023, and will then be available via the following link: 

LNBIP 497, PoEM 2023

Duration of free access: November 24 until December 25, 2023

The presentation versions of EDEWC, DC and Forum papers are available via the following link:

An official Slack Workspace for the BI Week 2023 can be subscribed to via:

Conference Scope

PoEM 2023 invites you to contribute by submitting paper(s) on topics related to Enterprise modeling. This year, the theme of the conference is Enterprise Modeling in the Circular Economy. The theme reflects the importance of enterprise modeling methods, techniques and tools to enable enterprises to move to more circular business and operating models.

The field of Enterprise Modeling should seek to support these challenges by providing methods and tools, as well as investigating and reporting on the current state-of-research and state-of-practice.

Accepted Academic Tools

  • Mark Mulder, Rick Mulder: The Simplified Platform, Status 2023
  • Marien R. Krouwel: DEMO4 MDG for Sparx EA
  • Ilia Bider, Steven Leego, Erik Perjons: FEM Toolkit Version 1.1 and FEM Viewer – What is New?
  • Ulrich Frank, Tony Clark: The XModelerML – A Language Engineering, Modeling and Execution Environment
  • Felix Cammaerts, Monique Snoeck: ModelDefenders: a novel gamified mutation testing game for Model-Driven Engineering

Accepted Vendor Tools

  • David Pinto Moreira: ATLAS – The Enterprise Transformation Cartographer
  • Marco Wobben: CaseTalk: Fact Oriented Information Modeling
  • Günther Müller: CATIA Magic Systems of Systems Architect: Enabling holistic enterprise architecture for sustainable systems
  • Mark Paauwe: Dragon1: How To Use Dragon1 To Speed Up Digital Transformation As Catalyst For Sustainable Organizations Models, Generating diagrams and a bit of AI
  • Philip Langer: GLSP: Modern, accessible and collaborative diagram editors
  • Daniel Siegl, Konrad Wieland: Agile Modeling in Safety critical environments
  • Hans Bossenbroek: Modeling systems in the Cloud-age with a temporal-first approach
  • Juha-Pekka Tolvanen: MetaEdit+ Lets You Create World-Class Modeling Tools in Minutes – No Coding Needed