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Case
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Reference no. 192-016-1
Authors: James Muir (Bournemouth University)
Published in: 1992

Abstract

This case examines the managerial, organisational and financial aspects of computerisation. It also offers scope for systems analysis and design. Originally designed for IIND Business Information Technology students, it is suitable for small group work/presentation for any Business/IT students who need an introduction to the impact of IT on organisations - financial, organisational, etc.
Location:
Industry:
Size:
30 employees
Other setting(s):
1989-1992

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Abstract

This case examines the managerial, organisational and financial aspects of computerisation. It also offers scope for systems analysis and design. Originally designed for IIND Business Information Technology students, it is suitable for small group work/presentation for any Business/IT students who need an introduction to the impact of IT on organisations - financial, organisational, etc.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
30 employees
Other setting(s):
1989-1992

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