Information Systems and Performance: An analytical approach to understand IS value in business organizations
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This study provides an overview of the theories and research on information systems and performance, and explains in details a literature review of information systems and their impacts on an organization performance. The literature review includes contributions from several academic disciplines in addition to information systems, including economics, strategy, accounting, and operations research. Thus, the main purposes of this study are first to attain an in depth understanding of the relationship between information systems and performance at both organizational and individual levels and to evaluate the significant value of information systems in order to understand the determinants their value to organizations, helping them to better manage information systems resources and enhance performance.
International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2009)
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Information Systems Theory