Business Information Systems: Technology, Development and Management

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FT Prentice Hall, 2008 - Computers - 710 pages
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A comprehensive introduction to the technology, development and management of business information systems. The book assumes no prior knowledge of IS or IT, so that new concepts and terms are defined as clearly as possible, with explanations in the text, and definitions at the margin. In this fast-moving area, the book covers both the crucial underpinnings of the subject as well as the most recent business and technology applications.

It is written for students on any IS, BIS or MIS course from undergraduate to postgraduate and MBA level within a Business or Computer Science Department.

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Paul Bocij is an international IS consultant and is author of over 20 books. Andrew Greasley is Lecturer at the Business School, Aston University. Simon Hickie is Lecturer in Business Information Systems at the University of Derby.

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