The IT Impact on the Productivity and the Organizational Performance of Firms in Romania. A model of Empirical Analysis
The paper propose an analysis based on an empirical model of IT impact on firms performances of Romania. There are presented the model, the equations of the model and the results of statistical processing. All these shown that the ICT impact on firm performance is greater and positive if the information technologies are accompanied by a proactive management policy and an organizational culture.
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