Anywhere, Anytime, Autonomous – Meeting Customer Needs in the Digital Age through Omni-Channel and Proactive Service Management2022
Reconciling Blockchain with the GDPR : Insights from the German Asylum Procedure,in: Reddick, Christopher G.: Blockchain and the Public Sector : Theories, Reforms, and Case Studies, Springer International Publishing, Cham, 2021
Rieger, AlexanderStohr, AlexanderWenninger, AnnetteFridgen, Gilbert
Using Blockchain to Coordinate Federal Processes : The Case of Germany's Federal Office for Migration and Refugeesin: Urbach, Nils: Digitalization Cases. Vol. 2. Mastering Digital Transformation for Global Business, Springer, Cham, 2021
Amend, Juliavan Dun, ChristopherFridgen, GilbertKöhler, FranziskaRieger, AlexanderStohr, AlexanderWenninger, Annette
Pushing the Frontiers of Service Research : A Taxonomy of Proactive Servicesin: ICIS 2020 Proceedings : Making Digital Inclusive: Blending the Local and the Global, Association for Information Systems, s.l., 2020
Rau, DanielPerlitt, Luise-HenrietteRöglinger, MaximilianWenninger, Annette
How to Develop a GDPR-Compliant Blockchain Solution for Cross-Organizational Workflow Management : Evidence from the German Asylum Procedurein: Bui, Tung: Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, ScholarSpace, Honolulu, 2020
Guggenmos, FlorianLockl, JannikRieger, AlexanderWenninger, AnnetteFridgen, Gilbert
Smart Devices erfolgreich in Produktionsprozesse integrieren2019
Bitzer, MichaelKleylein-Feuerstein, JoachimKönig, Ulrich MatthiasRöglinger, MaximilianUrbach, NilsWenninger, Annette
Mindfully going omni-channel : An economic decision model for evaluating omni-channel strategiesin: Decision Support Systems, 2018
Hosseini, SabiöllaMerz, MarieluiseRöglinger, MaximilianWenninger, Annette
Annette Wenninger, born in 1994, passed her Abitur exam in 2012 at the Werner-von-Siemens Gymnasium in Weißenburg. Subsequently, she studied Management & Technology (B.Sc.) from 2012 to 2015 at the Technical University of Munich. She majored in economics specializing in Operation Research and in technical specializing in Computer Science. From 2015 to 2018 she studied in the Elite Graduate Program “Finance and Information Management” (M.Sc. with honors) at the Technical University of Munich, the University of Augsburg, and the University of Bayreuth majoring in Finance Managment. Since September 2017 she has been working as a research assistant at the FIM Research Center, becoming a Doctoral Candidate in October 2018 in Bayreuth.
Annette researches the applications of economic decision theory and proactive services in the B2C context.
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