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J. Varajão is a professor of information systems and project management at the University of Minho. He is also a researcher at the ALGORITMI research centre. His current research interests are in information systems project management and information systems development (addressing, particularly, success management). Before joining academia, he worked as a consultant, project manager, information systems analyst, and software developer for private companies and public institutions. He has published refereed publications, authored books, edited books, book chapters, and communications at international conferences. He serves as editor-in-chief, associate editor, and member of the editorial board for journals and has served in numerous committees of international conferences and workshops. He is the editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Information Systems and Project Management (IJISPM).
R.P. Marques is a professor at the Higher Institute of Accounting and Administration, University of Aveiro, since 2007, and has been giving classes on information systems. He received the PhD degree in computer science in 2014 from the Universities of Minho, Aveiro and Porto, Portugal. In 2008, he concluded his master’s degree, and in 2005, he graduated in electronics and telecommunications engineering from the University of Aveiro. He is also a researcher of the ALGORITMI research centre (University of Minho), in the ISTTOS (Information Systems and Technologies for Transformation of Organizations and Society) research laboratory. His main research interests are related to information systems.
A. Trigo is a professor of management information systems at Coimbra Business School | ISCAC, which is part of the Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra, Portugal, where he teaches management information systems and computer programming. He is also a researcher at the ALGORITMI research centre and Coimbra Business School Research Centre. His research interests are management information systems, project management and software development. He has published over 50 works, including refereed publications, authored books, edited books, as well as book chapters and communications at international conferences. Before joining academia, he worked as a software engineer and project manager for private companies and public institutions.