Critical Success Factors (CSFs) and the Growth of IT in Selected Geographic Regions

  title={Critical Success Factors (CSFs) and the Growth of IT in Selected Geographic Regions},
  author={Vijay K. Khandelwal and Jeff Ferguson},
Phenomenal growth in information technology has made the job of the IT managers of enterprises extremely complex. In multinational corporations (MNCs) this is equally apparent. Quite often there are conflicting demands from the MNC’s business units because the growth and maturity of their operations vary from one geographic region to another. A system that works effortlessly in one country may be a total failure in another. This is because the management in different geographic regions face… CONTINUE READING

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