Concrete Aspects Concerning The System Analysis In Decision Assistance For The Management Of A Portfolio Of Derivate Financial Products
A successful projection of a decision assisting system supposes a good formulation and understanding of the problem, emphasizing the organizationï¿½s informational needs. This understanding can lead to a clear differentiation between the system analysis (ï¿½what has to be done?ï¿½) and system projection (ï¿½how it must be done?ï¿½). The paper makes a complex study over the activities and informational fluxes usually run by the management activity in order to establish the general requests which shall be provided by means of an information system for decision assistance for the management portfolio.
Volume (Year): 1 (2006)
Issue (Month): 1(1)_2006 ()
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