Business and Information Systems

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Computers - 494 pages
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= This book takes the unique approach of combining both the fundamentals of information systems and technology with the essentials of business operation and management. Early chapters offering business background provide readers with a solid foundation to then understand the need for and structure of information systems. A broad view of information systems takes a look at individual, interorganizational, and international perspectives. For effective business professionals looking to enhance their understanding of information systems, and the relationship this technology has to the operations and management of businesses today.

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Information system users
17
Business Fundamentals
31
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