Boluwaji A. Akinnuwesi

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Organizational information systems cannot produce any positive outcome unless the endusers accept, adopt and use it. In this paper, we report the results of an investigation of the perception gap between end-users and software developers regarding end-user participation in software development. Our analysis shows the existence of perception gap, which could(More)
In this work we carried out a review of models for evaluating the performance of distributed software system architecture (DSSA) and Information System (IS) success evaluation models with a view to establishing the utilization of organizational variables in the evaluation of DSSA performance. The findings from the review show that the existing DSSA(More)
Information Technology (IT) has become a major driver of business functions of organizations. Recruiting and retaining competent IT personnel has become a key managerial function. A number of studies (especially in the developed world) have focused on IT personnel issues such as career orientations, recruitment, and turnover. This study contributes to the(More)
Neural-Fuzzy Performance Evaluation Model [NFPEM] is a user-centric model developed to evaluate the performance of Distributed Software System Architecture [DSSA]. Parameters used for evaluation are contextual organizational variables. The emphasis in this paper is to simulate NFPEM in four different Information Technology oriented environments where(More)
Grid computing is emerging as the foundation upon which virtual collaborations can be built among large organizations with the aim of integrating and sharing computer resources, and thus offering performance speed and resource availability, which is unattainable by any single institutional technology resources. With the level of increase in the number of(More)
The financial crisis of 2008 was triggered by a liquidity shortfall in the banking systems of major global economic players, which resulted in the collapse of large financial institutions and businesses, loss of jobs and lack of confidence in global economy. A number of developing countries (e.g., Nigeria) had long been experiencing liquidity shortfall in(More)
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