qAddressing questions raised by managers and researchers over the last decade on the business value of information technology (IT), this book provides business professionals with a more precise rationale for making IT investments by detailing how computerization does not automatically create business value, but is one essential component that should be coupled with organizational changes such as new strategies, new business processes, and new organizational structures.qA study using similar data but at the industry unit of analysis was reported by Navarrete and Pick (2002). ... is to say, first, the associations of IT spending and each of the output indices are tested for the sample of banks in the same year. Then ... The two major sources of project data were the Mexican National Banking Commission (CNB, for its initials in Spanish), and Mexicoa#39;s ... Among other responsibilities, the CNB must report the banking financial statements quarterly and annuallyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Creating Business Value with Information Technology|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2003|