Reengineering: systems integration success
Auerbach, Jun 15, 1998 - Business & Economics - 342 pages
Integration is more than the melding of different technologies and application systems. Today it includes the integration of business processes, organizational structures, and the human element of the enterprise. Technology is both the catalyst and the enabler of the process. Reengineering: Systems Integration Success is a working "blueprint". It shows you how to develop, implement, and manage systems integration both cost and time-effectively to ensure your success and the success of your company. This book is a unique, hands-on approach to achieving systems integration. In this second edition, subject matter experts share their secrets for success. You get their experience and insights in illustrative examples and case studies, plus a wealth of ready-to-use sample documents and graphic aids. Reengineering: Systems Integration Success, Second Edition is guaranteed to become one of your master reference books and a great source for leading edge ideas, as well as practical insights and information.
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