Peter Sasvari

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SUMMARY Based on a conceptual model, this paper aims to explore the background of the decision-making process leading to the introduction of business information systems among enterprises in Hungary. Together with presenting the problems arising in the course of the implementation of such systems, their usage patterns are also investigated. A strong(More)
— It was not until the beginning of the 1990s that the effects of information and communication technology on economic growth as well as on the profitability of enterprises raised the interest of researchers. After giving a general description on the relationship between a more intense use of ICT devices and dynamic economic growth, the author identified(More)
A novel comparative research and analysis method is proposed and applied on the Hungarian economic sectors. The question of what factors have an effect on their net income is essential for enterprises. First, the potential indicators related to economic sectors were studied and then compared to the net income of the surveyed enterprises. The data resulting(More)
—Data are one of the key elements in corporate decision-making, without them, the decision-making process cannot be imagined. As a consequence, different analytical tools are needed that allow the efficient use of data, information and knowledge. These analytical tools are commonly called Business Intelligence systems that are introduced into the opeartion(More)
— Nowadays the role of information is increasingly important, so every company has to provide the efficient procurement, processing, storage and visualization of this special resource in hope to stay competitive. More and more enterprises introduce Enterprise Resource Planning System to be able to perform the listed functions. The article illustrates the(More)
— Business expectations regarding the introduction of business information systems were investigated according to company size categories. The results clearly showed that according to the majority of the respondents the information supply for decision-makers improved. In contrast, business information systems as a means of improving competitiveness were(More)