Strategic competitive information systems
A variety of strategic competitive information systems is described and evaluated in terms of three criteria which should be met by strategic information systems. The more sophisticated varieties--those that incorporate specific models into the system--generally meet the criteria better than do the 'retrieval' varieties of systems. Since systems of this kind are relatively expensive to develop, this suggests that the area of strategic competitive information may be one of great potential payoff for the integration of models into information systems.
Volume (Year): 6 (1978)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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