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E-government adoption: architecture and barriers
We propose an integrated architecture framework for e‐government that represents the alignment of IT infrastructure with business process management in public sector organisations and classify barriers that might complicate the implementation of the proposed architecture framework. Expand
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Critical analysis of Big Data challenges and analytical methods
Big Data (BD), with their potential to ascertain valued insights for enhanced decision-making process, have recently attracted substantial interest from both academics and practitioners. Big DataExpand
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Information systems evaluation: navigating through the problem domain
  • Z. Irani
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Inf. Manag.
  • 1 October 2002
Information systems (IS) make it possible to improve organizational efficiency and effectiveness, which can provide competitive advantage. Expand
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Working towards agile manufacturing in the UK industry
The business environment is one which is ever more demanding on companies, due to its sheer dynamism, which means that they are constantly having to improve their manufacturing performance.Expand
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Organisational, technical and data quality factors in CRM adoption — SMEs perspective
Abstract Like large organisations, many Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) have implemented Customer Relationship Management (CRM), so that they can compete effectively in today's highlyExpand
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The enigma of evaluation: benefits, costs and risks of IT in Australian small-medium-sized enterprises
This paper presents findings from an exploratory study that used a questionnaire survey to determine the benefits, costs and risks of IT investments from 130 small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Australia. Expand
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Outsourcing information systems: drawing lessons from a banking case study
This paper presents findings from a case study from an organisation in the UK banking sector that was motivated to outsource aspects of its information technology/information system (IT/IS). Expand
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The Propagation of Technology Management Taxonomies for Evaluating Investments in Information Systems
  • Z. Irani, P. Love
  • Business, Computer Science
  • J. Manag. Inf. Syst.
  • 1 December 2000
This paper uses a case study research strategy to examine the technology management experiences of a leading U.K. manufacturing organization during its adoption of a vendor-supplied Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRPII) information system that was later abandoned and deemed a failure. Expand
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Using systems dynamics to better understand change and rework in construction project management systems
The management of construction is complex enough without changes (e.g. to design/specification/client requirements), yet it is a familiar characteristic of in construction projects. To effectivelyExpand
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Evaluating e‐government: learning from the experiences of two UK local authorities
A conceptual framework for public sector information systems evaluation is proposed, which is then empirically explored within two local government authorities. Expand
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