Supporting End-User Application Development with the Information Transformation-Analysis-Management Model

Supporting End-User Application Development with the Information Transformation-Analysis-Management Model

Karen S. Nantz (University of Northern Iowa, USA)
Copyright: © 1990 |Pages: 8
DOI: 10.4018/joeuc.1990070102
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Abstract

End user application development has become a dominant force in many organizations. IS departments, however, do not support end user applications since they are not characterized by good design, programming, testing, and documenting techniques. Additional problems affecting end users are the lack of good training programs and decreased worker productivity despite increased investments in hardware and software. A model for developing end user capabilities is the T-A-M model that focuses on information transformation, information analysis, and information management. By using the model, IS departements can bridge the gap between themselves and end users, and give the organization a competitive edge.

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