Open Journal Systems

Focus and Scope

The Journal of Systems and Information Technology provides an avenue for scholarly work where the focus is on applications of information technology and/or information analytics to research problems in built, business, cultural and natural environments. 

Editorial criteria

The Journal provides an avenue for scholarly work that researches systems thinking applications, information systems, electronic business, data analytics, information sciences, information management, business intelligence, and complex adaptive systems in the application domains of the business environment, health, the built environment, cultural settings, and the natural environment. Papers examine the wider implications of the systems or technology being researched. This means papers consider aspects such as social and organisational relevance, business value, cognitive implications, social implications, impact on individuals or community perspectives, and the development of solutions, rather than focusing solely on the technology.

The Journal of Systems and Information Technology is open to a wide range of research methodologies and paper styles including case studies, surveys, experiments, review papers, design science, design thinking and both theoretical and methodological papers. 

General Coverage

The focus of the journal will be to publish work that fits into the following broad areas of research:

Informatika: Algorithm, Data Structure, Database, Object Oriented Programming, Mobile Programming, Knowledge-Based Management, Data Engineering, Machine Learning, Information Management, Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining, Natural Language Processing, Software Engineering, Information System, Business process, Human-Computer Interaction, User Experience Interface Design, Image processing, Pattern Recognition, Geographical Information system, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Computer Graphics, Computer Architecture, Computer Network, Computer Security, Parallel and Distributed Computer, Bioinformatics, Information Retrieval, Text Processing, Computer Networking.