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|Infonomics and the Business of Free: Modern Value Creation for Information Services
John J. Regazzi.
The term infonomics has been coined to convey the underlying value of information in terms of its production, market demand, and economic impact. All consumers have come to assume that the information they seek is easily accessible, and more importantly, free of charge.
Infonomics and the Business...
Rethinking the Conceptual Base for New Practical Applications in Information Value and Quality
George Leal Jamil, Armando Malheiro, Fernanda Ribeiro.
Information value and quality can be considered an essential factor to evaluate both conceptual and practical contributions in organizational, technical, and scientific tasks and projects. It is important to effectively observe and implement these concepts in real organizational plans and efforts.
Quality Innovation: Knowledge, Theory, and Practices
Latif Al-Hakim, Chen Jin.
Internet and social networks play a critical role in the evolution of processes and functional areas that allow businesses to reach a wider base of end-users and achieve competitive advantage in their respective markets.
Quality Innovation: Knowledge, Theory, and Practices presents a compilation of...
Challenges of Managing Information Quality in Service Organizations
Poor quality of data and information can have a harmful impact on decision-making and therefore on the overall effectiveness of an enterprise. Incorrect and misleading information associated with an enterprise's production and service provision jeopardize both customer relationships and customer...
Information Quality Management: Theory and Applications
The Internet and mobile commerce bring with them ubiquitous connectivity, real-time access, and overwhelming volumes of data and information. The growth of data warehouses and communication and information technologies has increased the need for high information quality management in organizations....
Measuring Information Systems Delivery Quality
Evan Duggan , Johannes Reichgelt .
Currently, there is neither a commonly-accepted definition of information systems (IS) quality nor a convergence of perspectives on quality approaches. The IS community has focused on the various contributions of people, delivery processes, development philosophies and methods. Measuring Information...
Measuring Information Technology Investment Payoff: Contemporary Approaches
Mo Adam Mahmood, Edward J. Szewczak .
It would seem that business investment in information technology (IT) is at root no different from business investment in anything else. After a careful consideration of the costs of the investment and its anticipated benefits, a decision is made as to whether the benefits of the investment outstrip...