The Cases on Information Technology Series publishes collections of case studies focusing on IT implementation in organizations. The books within this series are beneficial for professors and students, especially as facilitators for classroom discussion. All titles collected within this series provide real life coverage of IT related to various business functions and applications. The series aims to provide these beneficial depictions of IT implementation to IT professors and students.
The Cases on Information Technology Series aims to facilitate learning about IT challenges in real-life situations. In comprehensively covering accounts of database technologies, electronic commerce applications, business process reengineering, organizational politics and culture, technology planning and design, strategic information systems, telecommunications and networking, as well as the human side of technology, the series intends to supply understandable descriptions of the successes, solutions and pitfalls of information technology adoption and adaptation.