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Macro issues in the development of organizational decision support systems
Many tasks in the organization require organization-wide support. This support may be in the form of data, model, tools or people. A “seamless” communication environment is needed to facilitate this support. This paper ...
Pamphleteers Construct Concini
(University of Baltimore - School of Law, 1990)
This paper is built around a problem of textual analysis that I have been wrestling with for some time as a historian of early seventeenth-century political propaganda. Stated broadly the problem is how to use the texts ...
THE URGENT CASE FOR EDI STANDARDS
(Australian Computer Conference (MOSAIC '91), 1991)
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) provides a method for organisations to send and receive standardised business communications quickly, flexibly, cheaply and in a secure manner. It is EDI's document translation standards ...
Information System Cost Estimating: A Management Perspective
(Management Information Systems Research Center, University of Minnesota, 1990)
Information systems cost estimating is an important management concern. An estimate helps to cost justify individual proposals, to schedule their development, to staff them, to control and monitor their progress, and to ...
A Note on Euroyen and Domestic Yen Interest Rates
(Journal of Banking and Finance, 1995)
This study examines interest rate transmission between the London Euroyen market and the Japanese domestic CD market. The results, which span 1984 through the beginning of 1993, indicate that these two interest rate series ...
The Development of a Measure for End‐User Computing Support
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1994)
Various studies have argued and concluded that the most effective method of promoting end-user computing (EUC) in an organization consists of providing extensive end-user support. This paper describes the development of ...
DSS model usage in public and private sectors: Differences and implications
(Idea Group, 1999)
Differences in decision support system model usage between public and private sector organizations at the strategic, management control, and operational levels are explored. Model usage was found to be greater in the private ...
Anticipated benefits of new information systems: the role of the proposer
The assessment of the anticipated benefits of new information systems is important to the process of information system planning. A study of the anticipated benefits of 178 projects revealed nine benefits factors: improved ...
Policy implications of organizational decision support systems
Many organizations are consolidating their data, models and information resources to create an organization wide system, called organizational decision Support system (ODSS). The paper discusses issues related to ODSSs and ...
MAKING PROMISES-THE KEY BENEFITS OF PROPOSED IS SYSTEMS
(Idea Group, 1993)