Management Information Systems

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007 - Business & Economics - 447 pages
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Management Information Systems is recognized for logical organization and clear descriptions. Focusing on the role of managers within an organization, the volume emphasizes the development of computer-based Information Systems to support an organization's objectives and strategic plans. Focusing on the Systems Concepts, the Systems Approach is implemented throughout the text.

The volume covers essential concepts such as using information technology to engage in electronic commerce, and information resources such as database management systems, information security, ethical implications of information technology and decision support systems with projects to challenge users at all levels of competence.

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Introduction to Information Systems
Information Systems for Competitive Advantage

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About the author (2007)

Gerald D. Everett, PhD, is IBM Certified in Instruction and Mentoring. He received his doctorate in computer science from the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Everett's experience spans more than thirty-five years of software development, testing, and consultative services. His technology solutions have been deployed nationally and internationally.

Raymond McLeod Jr., PhD, is Adjunct Professor at the University of Texas at Austin, teaching courses in information systems and marketing. He has authored or coauthored several publications and was chair of the ACM Special Interest Group for Computer Personnel Research (SIGCPR).

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