Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm
It's not business as usual anymore... that's why you need this seventh edition. Businesses can no longer survive without becoming digital. The Laudon's is the world's top-selling MIS text. Here you'll find opportunities to build the skills and acquire the knowledge you'll need to use information systems successfully. You'll find, along with MIS foundation concepts, up-to-the-minute coverage of digital firms, e-commerce, the wireless web, enterprise systems, customer relationship management, and many more. Includes free office XP training CD and interactive text on CD. Selected as a suggested resource for CAQ(R) Information Technology Systems exam preparation.
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Management Information Systems: Managing the Digital Firm (book and Cd).
Kenneth C. Laudon
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