Strategic Analysis and Selection of Information Systems

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Strategic Analysis and Selection of Information Systems
Introduction
The historic model of business strategy barely needed IT integration; all you needed was a phone, a copy machine, and perhaps a fax machine, and you were instantly at the forefront of IT integration. As computers became the standard over typewriters, yet again, all you needed was a standalone computer and you were up to speed. Unfortunately for many of today’s businesses, technology, systems and processes have evolved faster than even the best of corporations can keep up.
As business, like society in general, transitions from an industrial to a technologically based culture, the need to integrate the IT and business strategy processes has never been more critical....
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