Angel Salazar

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This paper conceptualises the strategic impact of new Internet technology in biotechnology and pharmaceutical firms. It argues that competitiveness of modern, agile pharmaceutical businesses depend on their ability to create and commercialise new knowledge as much as on their ability to produce new products. Hence, knowledge production and intellectual(More)
The use of computer based classification methods for spastic hemiplegia (SH) is a relatively new approach. Before and still, the classification is primarily done by specialized physicians through manual template matching on kinematics plots of the sagittal plane data from the affected limb generated by gait laboratories. In the past, several methods for(More)
This empirical study investigates the influence of organisational size, internal IT capabilities and external factors, such as competitive and vendor pressure, on ERP adoption within SMEs. Existing research on ERP adoption has indentified some of the potential factors affecting SMEs, such as organisation size as one of the most significant ones. Yet none of(More)
................................................................................................................................... 1 A. BACKGROUND: HEALTH CARE INFORMATION SYSTEM SUCCESS AND FAILURE .............................. 2 A1. Understanding HCIS Success and Failure .......................................................................... 3 B.(More)
Existing studies looking at transformation enabled by information technology (IT) span from the micro to the macro aspects, and their theoretical foundations range from the institutional emphasis on cognition and normative social structures within and across organizational boundaries, to the focus of economics on the structure and competition in electronic(More)
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