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  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Business and IT Alignment Answers and Remaining Questions

    A key success factor for a successful company in a dynamic environment is effective and efficient Information Technology (IT) supporting business strategies and processes. In recent surveys however IT executives consistently name IT to Business alignment their top-concern. The alignment between business needs and IT capabilities is therefore still a...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    The Impact of Software-as-a-Service on Business Models of Leading Software Vendors: Experiences From Three Exploratory Case Studies

    The number of software vendors offering 'Software-as-a-Service' has been increasing in recent years. In the Software-as-a-Service model software is operated by the software vendor and delivered to the customer as a service. Existing business models and industry structures are challenged by the changes to the deployment and pricing model compared...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Choice Of Knowledge Source In Situations Of Equivocality: Impact Of Cultural Traits

    Apart from sourcing formal knowledge ratified and stored in corporate sources such as organizational best practices etc., the Internet and advanced information/collaborative technologies also allow knowledge workers to tap informal knowledge from networks such as discussion boards, SIG-based Wikis, communities of practice, Email/Listserv, etc.. However, some knowledge may reside implicitly...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Impacts Of Enterprise Resource Planning Implementation On Decision Making Processes

    This paper reports on findings from the first phase of research investigating Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and its impact on decision making process in Australian organisations. The focus of the study is to reveal if and how the vast amount of data which is generated by ERP systems could improve...

    Provided By Association for Information Systems

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Knowledge Management For Enterprise Systems

    Anecdotal evidence suggests that the lifecycle-wide management of Enterprise System (ES) related knowledge is critical for ES health and longevity. At a time where many ES-vendors now offering solutions to Small and Medium size organizations, this paper investigates the ability of Small and Medium size organizations to maintain a lifecycle-wide...

    Provided By Association for Information Systems

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    Business and IT Alignment Answers and Remaining Questions

    A key success factor for a successful company in a dynamic environment is effective and efficient Information Technology (IT) supporting business strategies and processes. In recent surveys however IT executives consistently name IT to Business alignment their top-concern. The alignment between business needs and IT capabilities is therefore still a...

    Provided By Association for Information Systems

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    The Impact of Software-as-a-Service on Business Models of Leading Software Vendors: Experiences From Three Exploratory Case Studies

    The number of software vendors offering 'Software-as-a-Service' has been increasing in recent years. In the Software-as-a-Service model software is operated by the software vendor and delivered to the customer as a service. Existing business models and industry structures are challenged by the changes to the deployment and pricing model compared...

    Provided By Association for Information Systems

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Choice Of Knowledge Source In Situations Of Equivocality: Impact Of Cultural Traits

    Apart from sourcing formal knowledge ratified and stored in corporate sources such as organizational best practices etc., the Internet and advanced information/collaborative technologies also allow knowledge workers to tap informal knowledge from networks such as discussion boards, SIG-based Wikis, communities of practice, Email/Listserv, etc.. However, some knowledge may reside implicitly...

    Provided By Association for Information Systems

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Impacts Of Enterprise Resource Planning Implementation On Decision Making Processes

    This paper reports on findings from the first phase of research investigating Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and its impact on decision making process in Australian organisations. The focus of the study is to reveal if and how the vast amount of data which is generated by ERP systems could improve...

    Provided By Association for Information Systems

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Knowledge Management For Enterprise Systems

    Anecdotal evidence suggests that the lifecycle-wide management of Enterprise System (ES) related knowledge is critical for ES health and longevity. At a time where many ES-vendors now offering solutions to Small and Medium size organizations, this paper investigates the ability of Small and Medium size organizations to maintain a lifecycle-wide...

    Provided By Association for Information Systems