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Inter-organizational systems operate in an area where there are many interested parties. If the views of these interested parties are not explored and taken into consideration before and during the development of an inter-organizational system, it is likely that the implementation of this system will be disappointing. This paper describes one approach to(More)
Companies are often unaware of the potential value of corporate information and extent of data held in their systems. It is increasingly argued that analysis of such data and information can be transformed into knowledge that in turn can be used to gain business benefits such as a competitive advantage, minimization of costs, improved quality,(More)
Electronic commerce has been introduced to the business community at a very fast pace. The Internet's ease of use in particular resulted to a rapid growth of electronic transactions in a spontaneous manner. Governments worldwide are anxious to control this new means and have to balance between international cooperation and care for specific national needs.(More)
Stakeholder analysis has become popular in the management literature, since the 1980s but is usually accompanied by debate about its use and scope. Later on, the view that the consideration of various types of stakeholders is beneficiary for organisations has been borrowed by the information systems literature where it was realised that successful(More)
This paper explores the socio-technical approaches being developed in the Center for Health Informatics and Computing [CHIC] for addressing issues within healthcare that necessitate the integration of information systems with clinical and managerial development. A brief description of the health provision in the UK is given as a background to understanding(More)