Information Systems Outsourcing Decision Making: A Managerial Approach

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Idea Group Pub., 1997 - Computers - 287 pages
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The question of outsourcing is inherently part of organizing the information systems function of any organization. It is an important decision that can have far-reaching consequences on the short and long term strategic plans of any organization. This book is intended to support organizations that are considering or have chosen to outsource. Leon de Looff provides a model for IS outsourcing decision-making that managers can use during analysis of whether outsourcing will be sensible and beneficial for their organization, and during selection of a supplier and design and management of the outsourcing relationship. It answers questions such as Who should provide IS in your organization?, How should you select what to outsource? and How should you design and manage the outsourcing relationship'.

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