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|Effects of IT on Enterprise Architecture, Governance, and Growth
José Carlos Cavalcanti.
As technology continues to evolve in organizations, it is vital to understand the impact that these advances will have on different aspects of the business environment as well as the opportunity for further improvement.
Effects of IT on Enterprise Architecture, Governance, and Growth explores the...
Technology, Innovation, and Enterprise Transformation
Manish Wadhwa, Alan Harper.
Technical advancements are an important part of modern society, but particularly important in the business world. The success or failure of business operations can be affected by the technical operations working within it.
Technology, Innovation, and Enterprise Transformation addresses the crucial...
Frameworks of IT Prosumption for Business Development
Separation distinction between the roles of the producer and consumer has become blurred with the development of new science and technologies enabling the emergence of the prosumer, or the active consumer. In the IT sector, the role of the end-user has broadened to include innovation and development...
Concentra BPO: The Falling Customer Satisfaction
This case study is about “Concentra”, started by an entrepreneur along with his wife and colleagues who were later the part of the management. They started by providing BPO for financial services, contact center services, loyalty and customer retention. They started from a small company with limited...
Feral Information Systems Development: Managerial Implications
Donald Vance Kerr, Kevin Burgess, Luke Houghton.
Management invests in large information systems in order to improve the effectiveness of their organization. However, when these systems fail to meet the needs of organizational employees, feral information systems (FIS) are created in order to assist workers with their jobs or to avoid existing...
Information Systems and Technology for Organizational Agility, Intelligence, and Resilience
Hakikur Rahman, Rui Dinis de Sousa.
Knowledge of scientific and technological developments, and the flexible communication and decision making, knowledge sharing, and collaboration that stem from them, can enable organizations and individuals to be successful and viable competitors in today’s global economy.
Information Systems and...
Optimizing, Innovating, and Capitalizing on Information Systems for Operations
Adapting the development of information systems for operations management is essential for the effectiveness of an organization’s business strategy. Optimizing, Innovating, and Capitalizing on Information Systems for Operations presents research on the applications of information systems and its...
Business Innovation, Development, and Advancement in the Digital Economy
Digital technologies maintain an important tool in today’s business economy. As the economy continues to change, businesses seek out solutions in order to enhance and develop their
organization. Business Innovation, Development, and Advancement in the Digital Economy highlights the competitive...
Sociotechnical Enterprise Information Systems Design and Integration
Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, João Varajão, Antonio Trigo.
As technology continues to grow as an essential component of small and large enterprises, an ever increasing demand is placed on cutting-edge designs for information systems. Sociotechnical Enterprise Information Systems Design and Integration covers multiple systems and developments in design for...
Open Innovation in Firms and Public Administrations: Technologies for Value Creation
Carmen de Pablos Heredero, David López.
Economic globalization and the application of information and communication technologies have offered firms the opportunity to develop and distribute new knowledge. Open Innovation in Firms and Public Administrations: Technologies for Value Creation analyzes open innovation in a global context and...
Measuring Organizational Information Systems Success: New Technologies and Practices
Zakariya Belkhamza, Syed Azizi Wafa.
Many studies suggest that high information systems effectiveness is associated with high organizational performance. While research measuring the success of information systems has proliferated, models, measurements, definitions, and perspectives it employs vary greatly, leading to little consensus on...
E-Strategies for Resource Management Systems: Planning and Implementation
The Internet has revolutionized business practices by enabling the rapid exchange of electronic documents and information. Eventually, nearly all information that flows or is exchanged within an organization will be electronic. E-Strategies for Resource Management Systems: Planning and Implementation...
Business Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications
Information Resources Management Association.
The successful creation and implementation of effective business information systems is critical to an organization’s success and productivity. Business Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications offers a complete view of current business information systems within...
Decision Support Systems Concept
Daniel J. Power.
Since the late 1960s, researchers have been developing and implementing computerized systems to support management decision makers. A number of decision support system (DSS) typologies were proposed in the early 1980s (Alter, 1980; Sprague & Carlson, 1982), but technology developments and new...
Foundations of Business Process Modeling
This chapter provides an overview of business process management and business process modeling. We approach business process management by giving a historical classification of seminal work, and define it by the help of the business process management life cycle. Business process models play an...
Information Systems and Small Business
M. Gordon Hunter.
The subject area of the application of information systems to small business is a thoroughly interesting, yet relatively under-researched topic. Small business is an important part of any economy. In the United Kingdom, 25% of the gross domestic product is produced by small business, which employs 65%...
An Overview of Enterprise Resource Planning for Intelligent Enterprises
Jose M. Framinan, Jose M. Molina.
Enterprise resource planning systems can be defined as customizable, standard application software which includes integrated business solutions for the core processes and administrative functions (Chan & Rosemann, 2001). From an operative perspective, ERP systems provide a common technological platform...
Business Process Reengineering and ERP: Weapons for the Global Organization
Marianne Bradford, Robert Gingras, Jonathan Hornby.
This chapter suggests that reengineering is an analysis of existing processes you wish to change to achieve dramatic improvements in critical, contemporary measures of performance, such as cost, quality, service, and speed. There are two distinct methods of reengineering, technology-enabled and...