Information systems development during last few years has seen deep changes view of the nature of constraints and requirements that are added back on the success of early systems. User needs have changed drastically and the interoperability of data and systems was more than any time to meet requirements. The relationship between information systems, innovation creating value is the problem in management information systems. We walked into a ubiquitous computing area. The user requires access to disparate and heterogeneous information, at anytime and anywhere. The web in this sense has propelled the use of data under these conditions but is often a little beyond expectations, as other constraints are added back as data security, use of standards and norms data and services, and performance of web applications that are unfortunately still slower than thick client applications. Another engine that changes everything in information systems field is certainly mobility, geolocation, and as the arising challenges such as security, visualization and performance management, etc.
INTIS aims to create a potential for exchanging "knowledge engineering" to discuss the main concepts and theories underlying current of emerging information systems and technology trends and new concepts that may affect systems information development.