Key Trends in Systems Development in Europe and North America

Key Trends in Systems Development in Europe and North America

James C. Wetherbe (University of Memphis and University of Minnesota, USA), Nicholas P. Vitalari (CSC Research and Advisory Services, USA) and Andrew Milner (CSC Research and Advisory Services, USA)
Copyright: © 1994 |Pages: 17
DOI: 10.4018/jgim.1994040101
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Abstract

Systems development directors were surveyed in both Europe and North America to assess key trends in systems development. The survey covered a two-year period -- 1992 and 1993. As we approach the mid-mark of the 90s, development organizations are grappling with the same competitive pressures as their business clients. Additionally, however, development organizations face rapid and discontinuous change in the underlying technologies. As a consequence, those organizations must put in place a set of rapidly configurable tools, technologies, and skills that can aggressively move with the currents of change, deliver value, and ultimately assist the firm in anticipating and seizing competitive opportunities.

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