I started as Associate senior lecturer at the Department of Informatics at School of Economics and Management, Lund University, September 2009, focusing my future research efforts in studies about Enterprise Systems and Enterprise Resource Planning systems. I hold a PhD and a Licentiate degree in Information Systems Development from the Department of Management & Engineering at Linköping University and a Bachelor degree in Business Informatics from Jönköping International Business School.
My PhD thesis “Deciding on Sourcing Option for Hosting of Software Applications in Organizations” was defended in 2007. The PhD thesis reports a retrospective case study describing and explaining sourcing decision-making processes dealing with the question: Why and how organizations decide on specific sourcing options for software applications hosting.
My Licentiate thesis which was defended in 2004 has the title “Deciding on Using Application Service Provision in SMEs”. This thesis reports an interpretive case study examining what reasons influence the decision-making when deciding to use or not use Application Service Provision (ASP).
Before I started at the Department of Informatics I had a Post Doc position for three years at Center for Applied ICT at Copenhagen Business School, within the 3gERP Project, a collaborative strategic research project with partners CBS, DIKU and MDCC and with funding from the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation.
I am a member of the IFIP Working Group on Diffusion, Adoption and Implementation of Information and Communication Technologies (IFIP TC8 WG8.6), the IFIP Working Group on Enterprise Information Systems (IFIP TC8 WG8.9). I have also been involved in the research networks: VITS Work practice development, IT usage, Coordination and Cooperation and KiO Knowledge in Organizations.