Outsourcing management information systems
Idea Group Pub., 2007 - Business & Economics - 383 pages
Outsourcing is currently one of the hottest topics in business practices and in particular in the field of management information systems (MIS) education. Outsourcing Management Information Systems focuses on concepts, processes, and methodologies for firms who are planning to undertake, or are currently involved in, outsourcing decisions in the field of management information systems.Outsourcing Management Information Systems helps MIS managers to manage outsourcing projects by establishing performance metrics, including appropriate risk factor considerations, structuring a centralized architecture that best suits the organization, and avoiding the case study pitfalls reported in the literature.
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