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EBDMSS: A Web-Based Decision Making Support System for Strategic E-Business Management


  • Fen Wang

    (Central Washington University, USA)

  • Natalie Lupton

    (Central Washington University, USA)

  • David Rawlinson

    (Central Washington University, USA)

  • Xingguo Zhang

    (Aging and Disability Service Administration, USA)


This paper describes a Web-based intelligent decision making support system (DMSS) to deliver balanced scorecard (BSC) based modelling and analysis in support of strategic E-business management. This framework supports E-business managers during the strategy making process in a comprehensive, integrated, and continuous manner. The paper demonstrates how practitioners can use this system to deliver a wide range of embodied E-business strategy expertise in support of real-time decision making.

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  • Fen Wang & Natalie Lupton & David Rawlinson & Xingguo Zhang, 2010. "EBDMSS: A Web-Based Decision Making Support System for Strategic E-Business Management," International Journal of Decision Support System Technology (IJDSST), IGI Global, vol. 2(4), pages 50-68, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:igg:jdsst0:v:2:y:2010:i:4:p:50-68

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