José Luis Roldán

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Executive Information Systems (EIS) grew out of the information needs of executives and are designed to serve the needs of users in strategic planning and decision-making. EIS are high risk information technology (IT) implementation projects. With the emergence of global information technologies, existing paradigms are being altered which are spawning new(More)
AbstrAct Strategically important information for executive decision-making is often not readily available since it may be scattered in an organization's internal and external environments. An executive information system (EIS) is a computer-based technology BLOCKINdesigned BLOCKINin BLOCKINresponse BLOCKINto BLOCKINspecific BLOCKINneeds of executives and(More)