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Dave Haseman
William D. HasemanLubar Hall N334D
Phone: (414) 229-4357
E-mail: daveh@uwm.edu
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William D. Haseman
Wisconsin Distinguished Professor and
IBM Professor of IT Management

Education
Ph.D., Management Information Systems, Purdue University
M.B.A., Management Information Systems, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Purdue University

Areas of Expertise
Dr. Haseman specializes in areas of Internet-based technologies. His current research focuses on web services, portals and information exchange, SOA, group decision support and Internet-based tools. He teaches courses in Internet development tools, object and visual oriented programming languages, web services, .Net technology and SAP enterprise portals.

Professional Activities
Dr. Haseman is the director of the School’s Center for Technology Innovation (CTI) and is a Wisconsin Distinguished Professor in Management Information Systems. He also oversees the UWM SAP University Competency Center. Dr. Haseman has consulted both nationally and internationally for a number of organizations in the areas of database design, end user interfaces, networking, groupware, Y2K problem and Internet applications. He has conducted group decision-making sessions for Harley-Davidson, Inc. W.H. Brady, Firstar, and Wisconsin Gas, and developed and served as the director of training programs for M&I Data Services and Northwestern Mutual. He has been the principal investigator for a number of grants funded by both the National Science Foundation and companies, including SAP America. Dr. Haseman has published a book and over 50 articles and publications in journals such as Accounting Review, Operations Research, MIS-Q, Information Systems, and Database Management and has lectured internationally. He served as the Conference Chair of the 1999 AIS National Conference and is serving as the conference chair for ICIS 2006, the premiere International Conference on Information Systems.