ACG 150

Athanasios A. Triantafyllidis, PhD

Business Information Systems
Assistant Professor, Management Information Systems, School of Business & Economics, Deree College


+30 210 6009800 ext 1141


University of Plymouth
Doctor of Philosophy, Software Engineering for Mobile Apps, Increasing eLearning Engagement through Mobile Technologies

University of Stirling
Master of Science, Information Systems Management
1992 – 1994

Deree, The American College of Greece
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Major In Computer Information Systems
1988 – 1992

Research Area: Business Information Systems

RTIN’s Business Information Systems Research Area covers research activities related to the study, design, analysis, measurement, and modeling of business-related information systems and their implementations, as well as the development of new techniques and theoretical concepts for future information technology business practices. The involved areas include but are not limited to  Software Engineering, Database Design, Business Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, Business Analytics, Big Data Analytics, quality and financial performance of corporations, adoption and diffusion of technological innovations, digital marketing, inclusive and secure societies, Enterprise Resource Planning systems, Geographic Information Systems, strategic human resource systems and corporate eLearning systems.



Dr Athanasios A. Triantafyllidis is an Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems at the School of Business and Economics, Deree College, since Sep. 27, 2017. He has been a member of the Management Information Systems Department at Deree with a part-time and full-time status since 1992. While being a part-time faculty, he acted as a freelance consultant both in IT training and in Information Systems Analysis in various companies specializing in business analysis and the banking sector. Additionally, during the years from 1998 up to 2004, he was involved in eCommerce entrepreneurship of the early Greek click and mortar and pure-play businesses as an independent business owner. In 2004, he shifted his career to serve as a full-time member of the faculty within the MIS Department, teaching courses across the curriculum. He currently teaches Introduction to Information Systems, Business Information Systems, Electronic Commerce, Information Systems Security & Control and Analysis and Design of Information Systems. His current research interests are focused on Blended & Mobile Learning and Banking & Financial Information Systems.



Journal Papers (Appeared)

[1]      G. E. Vranopoulos, A. A. Triantafyllidis, and K. Leftheriotis, “Big Data Variety, ‘Where do we Stand?’ An Overview of Big Data and the Variety Challenge,” Int. J. Manag. Appl. Sci., vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 1–15, 2020.

[2]     G. E. Vranopoulos, A. A. Triantafyllidis, K. Chalkiadaki, and M. Tsoli, “Knowledge Management as an IT Policy: Governing IT Knowledge in the Banking Sector,” Int. J. Manag. Appl. Sci., vol. 3, no. 12, 2017.


Conference papers (Appeared)

[1]      K. Leftheriotis, A. Triantafyllidis, E. Varouchas, and G. Vranopoulos, “A FRAMEWORK TO TEACH ERP SYSTEMS IN AN UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS SCHOOL Data Pre-processing Text mining,” no. July, pp. 3236–3245, 2019.

[2]     A. Triantafyllidis, K. Leftheriotis, E. Varouchas, G. Vranopoulos, and M. Tsoli, “Blending Learning with Social Media & LMS: A Flipped Classroom Case Study in Higher Education,” no. March, pp. 1221–1230, 2018.

[3]     G. Vranopoulos and A. Triantafyllidis, “Managerial & Technical Insight in Knowledge Management Challenges in Governing Corporate Knowledge,” in BEFB 2017, International Congress on Banking, Economics, Finance, and Business, 2017.

[4]     G. Vranopoulos, A. Trianatafylidis, and M. Yiannopoulos, “Putting ATM Cash Requirements into Context, ANN relation to Socioeconomic Events and Variety,” in BEFB 2016 – International Congress on Banking, Finance and Business 2016, 2016, pp. 526–545.

[5]   Triantafyllidis, A., Clarke, N., Dowland, P., & Vranopoulos, G. (2016). Increasing eLearning Engagement using Mobile Technologies. In ICERI2016 Proceedings (pp. 8644–8653). Seville, Spain: IATED.

[6]     K. Leftheriotis, A. Triantafyllidis, E. Varouhas, and G. Vranopoulos, “Higher Education Assessment & Feedback Information Quality: A S,” ICERI2016 Proc., pp. 4974–4983, 2016.

[7]     A. Triantafyllidis, N. Clarke, and P. Dowland, “Learning Management Systems in Higher Education: A Faculty Perspective,” in ICERI2013 Proceedings, 2013.

[8]     A. Triantafyllidis, N. Clarke, and P. Dowland, “Learning Management Systems in Higher Education: A Student Perspective,” in ICERI2012 Proceedings, 2012, pp. 4046–4055.