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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS-LEVEL STRATEGY : TOWARD AN INTEGRATED THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE 1

@inproceedings{Drnevich2013INFORMATIONTA,
  title={INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS-LEVEL STRATEGY : TOWARD AN INTEGRATED THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE 1},
  author={Paul Louis Drnevich},
  year={2013}
}
Information technology matters to business success because it directly affects the mechanisms through which they create and capture value to earn a profit: IT is thus integral to a firm’s business-level strategy. Much of the extant research on the IT/strategy relationship, however, inaccurately frames IT as only a functionallevel strategy. This widespread under-appreciation of the business-level role of IT indicates a need for substantial retheorizing of its role in strategy and its complex and… 

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