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Internationalisierung der IT-Dienstleister - Eine Bestandsaufnahme

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  • Dirk Engel
  • Jochen Dehio
  • Roland Döhrn
  • Ronald Janßen-Timmen
  • Markus Scheuer
  • Joel Stiebale

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Seit Jahren gewinnen moderne Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien (IKT) beträchtlich an Bedeutung. Über ihren wachsenden Anteil an der gesamtwirtschaftlichen Produktion hinaus birgt der Querschnittscharakter dieser Technologien für viele Chancen, da er neue Möglichkeiten der Vernetzung verschiedenster Akteure schafft und neue Formen der internationalen Arbeitsteilung erlaubt. Bei der Erschließung dieser Chancen kommt IT-Dienstleistern eine besondere Bedeutung zu. Sie bewegen sich in einem Umfeld, welches durch einen rapide fortschreitenden technologischen Wandel und eine verstärkte Einbindung in nationale und internationale Unternehmensnetzwerke geprägt ist (Sahay et al. 2003). Als wichtige Impulsgeber für die Handelbarkeit von IT-Dienstleistungen und deren weltweiten Vertrieb werden die zunehmende Verbreitung von (qualitativ hochwertigen) Internetzugängen und der Trend hin zur Standardisierung und Modularisierung im IT-Dienstleistungsumfeld (Berlecon 2006) angesehen. Chancen für Dienstleistungsanbieter entstehen aber auch dadurch, dass mit dem Vordringen von Standardsoftware in wachsendem Maße kundenspezifische Anpassungen und Beratungsdienstleistungen erforderlich werden (z.B. Boes 2004, 2005)..[...]

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Article provided by Rheinisch-Westfälisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung in its journal RWI Materialien.

Volume (Year): (2007)
Issue (Month): (06)
Pages: 72

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