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Interoperability of SME Databases from the Project Management Point of View


  • Eugen Stefan Dorel COJOACA



The term "Information Society" describes an economy and a society in which access, acquisition, storage, processing, transmission, dissemination and use of knowledge and information play a decisive role. The Information Society implies changes in all areas: administration (e-government), business (e-commerce), education (distance learning), culture (multimedia centres and virtual libraries) and working (the remote work). At the heart of these transformations is the use of the Internet. The Internet influences how we live, how business is done, how the work is done, how to study, how people interact and how to spend their free time [1], [2]. In this context, this paper purpose is to present the implementation of a project developed by the Ministry of Communication and Social Information from European funds in the sphere of project management, which is different than the management of other IT projects.

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  • Eugen Stefan Dorel COJOACA, 2017. "Interoperability of SME Databases from the Project Management Point of View," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 21(4), pages 15-28.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:21:y:2017:i:4:p:15-28

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