Management Information Systems: Organization and Technology in the Networked Enterprise
The first MIS text that actually uses technology to teach students about information systems and technology. Devotes an entire chapter on ERP: Enterprise Resource Planning. Focuses on Electronic Commerce, Electronic Business, and the Internet and integrates throughout. Explores all of today's most current topics and provides the strongest international coverage in the market.
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