Information Engineering: Planning and analysis

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Prentice Hall, 1989 - Computers - 497 pages
This is the second in a three-part series that points out the management and implementation issues associated with applying information engineering within an organization. Book II presents a blueprint for implementing information engineering in a corporate or government environment.

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Contents

Prologue PLANNING
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AND ANALYSIS Chapter 2 Information Strategy Planning Chapter 3 The Overview Model of the Enterprise Chapter 4 Analysis of Goals and Proble...
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Technology Impact Analysis
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About the author (1989)

Andre Martin is the Chairman and CEO of LogiCNet, a company dedicated to helping retailers, wholesalers/distributors, and manufacturers integrate their distribution systems from retail point-of-sale terminals to the suppliers' manufacturing facilities. A pioneer in the field of distribution and logistics, Martin developed Distribution Resource Planning (DRP) in the 1970s. He continues to work with clients around the world in the areas of DRP and Infopartnering/Efficient Consumer Response. Martin is also the author of Distribution Resource Planning: The Gateway to True Quick Response and Continuous Replenishment.