Shipping Information Pipeline: Initial Design Principles

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    This paper presents a design science approach to solving persistent problems in the international shipping eco system by creating the missing common information infrastructures. Specifically, this paper reports on an ongoing dialogue between stakeholders in the shipping industry and information systems researchers engaged in the design and development of a prototype for an innovative IT-artifact called Shipping Information Pipeline which is a kind of “an internet” for shipping information. The instrumental aim is to enable information seamlessly to cross the organizational boundaries and national borders within international shipping which is a rather complex domain. The intellectual objective is to generate and evaluate the efficacy and effectiveness of design principles for inter-organizational information infrastructures in the international shipping domain that can have positive impacts on global trade and local economies.
    This paper presents a design science approach to solving persistent problems in the international shipping eco system by creating the missing common information infrastructures. Specifically, this paper reports on an ongoing dialogue between stakeholders in the shipping industry and information systems researchers engaged in the design and development of a prototype for an innovative IT-artifact called Shipping Information Pipeline which is a kind of “an internet” for shipping information. The instrumental aim is to enable information seamlessly to cross the organizational boundaries and national borders within international shipping which is a rather complex domain. The intellectual objective is to generate and evaluate the efficacy and effectiveness of design principles for inter-organizational information infrastructures in the international shipping domain that can have positive impacts on global trade and local economies.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAt the Vanguard of Design Science : First Impressions and Early Findings from Ongoing Research Research-in-Progress Papers and Poster Presentations from the 10th International Conference, DESRIST 2015. Dublin, Ireland, 20-22 May
    EditorsBrian Donnellan, Rob Gleasure, Markus Helfert, Jim Kenneally, Marcus Rothenberger, Monica Chiarini Tremblay, Debra VanderMeer, Robert Winter
    Place of PublicationDublin
    PublisherCork Open Research Archive. CORA
    Date2015
    Pages17-24
    ISBN (Print)9781910097809
    StatePublished - 2015
    EventThe 10th International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology. DESRIST 2015 - Clontarf Castle, Dublin, Ireland
    Duration: 20 May 201522 May 2015
    Conference number: 10
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    ConferenceThe 10th International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology. DESRIST 2015
    Number10
    LocationClontarf Castle
    CountryIreland
    CityDublin
    Period20/05/201522/05/2015
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    Jensen, T., & Vatrapu, R. (2015). Shipping Information Pipeline: Initial Design Principles. In B. Donnellan, R. Gleasure, M. Helfert, J. Kenneally, M. Rothenberger, M. C. Tremblay, D. VanderMeer, ... R. Winter (Eds.), At the Vanguard of Design Science: First Impressions and Early Findings from Ongoing Research Research-in-Progress Papers and Poster Presentations from the 10th International Conference, DESRIST 2015. Dublin, Ireland, 20-22 May (pp. 17-24). Dublin: Cork Open Research Archive. CORA.
    Jensen, Thomas ; Vatrapu, Ravi. / Shipping Information Pipeline : Initial Design Principles. At the Vanguard of Design Science: First Impressions and Early Findings from Ongoing Research Research-in-Progress Papers and Poster Presentations from the 10th International Conference, DESRIST 2015. Dublin, Ireland, 20-22 May. editor / Brian Donnellan ; Rob Gleasure ; Markus Helfert ; Jim Kenneally ; Marcus Rothenberger ; Monica Chiarini Tremblay ; Debra VanderMeer ; Robert Winter. Dublin : Cork Open Research Archive. CORA, 2015. pp. 17-24
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    Jensen, T & Vatrapu, R 2015, Shipping Information Pipeline: Initial Design Principles. in B Donnellan, R Gleasure, M Helfert, J Kenneally, M Rothenberger, MC Tremblay, D VanderMeer & R Winter (eds), At the Vanguard of Design Science: First Impressions and Early Findings from Ongoing Research Research-in-Progress Papers and Poster Presentations from the 10th International Conference, DESRIST 2015. Dublin, Ireland, 20-22 May. Cork Open Research Archive. CORA, Dublin, pp. 17-24, Dublin, Ireland, 20/05/2015.

    Shipping Information Pipeline : Initial Design Principles. / Jensen, Thomas; Vatrapu, Ravi.

    At the Vanguard of Design Science: First Impressions and Early Findings from Ongoing Research Research-in-Progress Papers and Poster Presentations from the 10th International Conference, DESRIST 2015. Dublin, Ireland, 20-22 May. ed. / Brian Donnellan; Rob Gleasure; Markus Helfert; Jim Kenneally; Marcus Rothenberger; Monica Chiarini Tremblay; Debra VanderMeer; Robert Winter. Dublin : Cork Open Research Archive. CORA, 2015. p. 17-24.

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    Jensen T, Vatrapu R. Shipping Information Pipeline: Initial Design Principles. In Donnellan B, Gleasure R, Helfert M, Kenneally J, Rothenberger M, Tremblay MC, VanderMeer D, Winter R, editors, At the Vanguard of Design Science: First Impressions and Early Findings from Ongoing Research Research-in-Progress Papers and Poster Presentations from the 10th International Conference, DESRIST 2015. Dublin, Ireland, 20-22 May. Dublin: Cork Open Research Archive. CORA. 2015. p. 17-24.