Key success factors for late adopters of inter-organisational systems: a non-technical perspective from Irish organisations

@article{Finnegan1996KeySF,
  title={Key success factors for late adopters of inter-organisational systems: a non-technical perspective from Irish organisations},
  author={Patrick Finnegan and William Golden},
  journal={Proceedings of HICSS-29: 29th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={1996},
  volume={4},
  pages={377-386 vol.4}
}
Research has shown that EDI and other forms of inter-organisational systems (IOS) are underdeveloped in Europe compared to the USA. Currently most discussions of IOS implementation emphasise technical considerations and pay only scant attention to other factors that affect IOS success. This paper reviews the IOS implementation and operational experience of five Irish organisations, and examines environmental, organisational and implementation issues in an effort to determine their effect on IOS… CONTINUE READING

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