Information systems for international business management
International business has been growing constantly lately and the number of enterprises that are classified in some sense as intenational is now very large. International managers must deal with the added risks of expropriation, discrimination, and foreign exchange rate fluctuations. Computer models have been developed to aid in exchange rate forecasting, but unfortunately none is a perfect forecaster. I think a good manager invests in IT to increase productivity. Besides reducing costs, computers can increase the quality of products and services provided to consumers. The company’s real challenge is to optimize its strategy. This paper presents several advantages and disadvantages of information systems used in international business management.
Volume (Year): 4 (2009)
Issue (Month): 4 (Winter)
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