Strategic information systems: a European perspective
Distinguished European academics and practitioners present a survey of cases describing strategic information systems (SIS) recently developed in Europe, along with several concepts and perspectives related to SIS. Divided into two sections, it begins with a review of the latest methodologies and applications, suggests new ones and justifies a renewed concern in SIS. The second part deals with case studies and relates authentic SIS experiences currently taking place in a variety of business sectors across Europe.
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