Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Selection, Migration, and Operation of a Campus Management System

@article{Sprenger2010CostBenefitAF,
  title={Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Selection, Migration, and Operation of a Campus Management System},
  author={Jonas Sprenger and Marc Klages and Michael H. Breitner},
  journal={Business \& Information Systems Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={219-231}
}
An increasing number of students, together with organizational and technological requirements, pose new challenges for universities. For these reasons, Campus Management Systems provide a solution for the necessary IS-support in student administration. In order to ensure cost-effectiveness, an extensive cost-utility analysis of the campus management systems under consideration is required. The process model illustrated here facilitates a ten-step cost-utility analysis for the selection… 
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