Exploring the Organizational Effects of Mobile Business Process Reengineering

@article{Pousttchi2009ExploringTO,
  title={Exploring the Organizational Effects of Mobile Business Process Reengineering},
  author={Key Pousttchi and Kai Habermann},
  journal={2009 Eighth International Conference on Mobile Business},
  year={2009},
  pages={353-358}
}
Superior IT business value from mobile and ubiquitous technology can be achieved when enterprises apply Mobile Business Process Reengineering (M-BPR) to optimize their business processes beyond given structures. In this contribution, we use case study research to examine organizational and process changes through M-BPR along with the resulting benefits. The outcome of the paper is a set of five hypotheses on the typical organizational effects of M-BPR. They can be used by enterprises as a… CONTINUE READING

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