Management Information Systems (TMIS)


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ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems (ACM TMIS) is a scholarly quarterly journal of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) that focuses on publishing high quality information systems research. TMIS welcomes innovative work on the design, development, assessment, and management of information technology and systems within organizations, businesses, and societies. TMIS welcomes submissions on a full range of MIS and information technology related areas and strongly encourages submissions with technical and technological ingredients, such as algorithmic, analytical modeling, design science, and system-oriented research, as well as submissions in emerging multidisciplinary MIS research topics that may span several traditional academic disciplines. The inaugural issue of ACM TMIS was published in December 2010.

Papers are submitted through the ScholarOne Manuscript Central system. For information on submissions, first read through the Editorial Guidelines, then see the Author Information. When submitting, select "Original Paper" or "Special Issue" as appropriate.

TMIS is indexed by the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) and other scientific databases, such as SCOPUS, INSPECT, and Ei Compendex (EI).

Topic coverage includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Artificial Intelligence Applications
  • Data Mining, Text Mining, Web Mining, Social Network Analysis
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Social media and Word of Mouth
  • Human-Computer Interactions and Social Computing
  • Economics and IS
  • System Analysis, Design, and Development Methodologies and Evaluation
  • Services Computing
  • Business Process Management
  • Innovation Management
  • Healthcare Analytics
  • E-Government and Smart Cities
  • Security and Privacy
  • Applications and Evaluation of Emerging Technologies (e.g., blockchain)

TMIS welcomes Research Articles on original research, not published elsewhere; and Research Commentaries sharing concepts, views, possible future research directions, and conceptual frameworks. We invite submissions and commit to a professional and timely editorial process. Submit articles through TMIS also welcomes special issue proposals. Email proposals directly to the Editor-in-Chief, Professor Daniel Zeng, at

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