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Case
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Reference no. 183-044-1
Authors: Albert S. Dexter (The University of British Columbia); M Barnett (The University of British Columbia)
Published in: 1983
Length: 13 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

Involves a small business selecting its first computer system. The important elements are the way in which such a company handles: 1) the feasibility of automation, 2) specifications for the system, 3) obtaining proposals from vendors, and 4) use of computer consultants.
Location:
Industry:
Size:
USD9 million sales
Other setting(s):
1976

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Abstract

Involves a small business selecting its first computer system. The important elements are the way in which such a company handles: 1) the feasibility of automation, 2) specifications for the system, 3) obtaining proposals from vendors, and 4) use of computer consultants.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
USD9 million sales
Other setting(s):
1976

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