Information Systems is a mix of fast-growing technology and traditional management.

Son Bui, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Business Analytics

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Marketing and Business Analytics
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A Conversation with Dr. Bui

Why did you choose your discipline?

“It is a mix of fast-growing technology and traditional management.”

Tell us about a project you are working on or have completed

“One of the projects that we worked on in the past was developing a pilot simulation for Bell Inc. We built the back-end of the system to capture pilot performance and created automatic reports to support high-level decision making. The project was unveiled as part of the Uber Taxi in CES 2019 – the biggest global consumer innovation conference.”

How many languages do you speak?

“2 fluently – Vietnamese and English, but can understand limited Chinese and French.”

Educational Background

  • Ph.D. Management Information Systems, University of Memphis, 2016
  • M.S. Information System Management, Brigham Young University, 2011
  • B.S. Information System, Brigham Young University, 2011

Awards and Honors

  • Merit Award, Texas A&M University-Commerce

Selected Publications

  • Bui, S., Le-Nguyen, K., Bui, Q., Jacks, T. & Palvia, P. (2022). “IT Workplace Preferences, Job Demands, and Work Exhaustion”. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 62(6), pp 1199-1210
  • Bui, S., Kettinger, W., & Park, I. (2021). “Identity Sharing and Adaptive Personalization Influencing Online Repurchases”. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 62(4), pp 778-789
  • Morgan, C.P., Gillenson, M.L., Zhang, X., Bui, S.N., and Lee, E. (2016) “ATCG: An Automated Test Case Generator,” Journal of Information Technology Management, 27(3), pp. 112-120
  • Hou, L., Xue, L., Bui, S. N. and Kettinger, W. (2016) “System Sourcing and Information Processing Capability in Supply Chains: A Study of Small Suppliers,” Information Technology & Management, 17(4), pp. 379-391
  • Bui, S. N., Shrivastava, M., Lee, E., and Dhaliwal, J. (2015) “A Case Study of Testing a Web-Based Application Using an Open-Source Testing Tool,” Journal of Information Technology Management, 26(1), pp. 19-30
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