Management Information Systems and E-Commerce
Management Information System and E-commerce is a course that is studied by the second year students of Management. Generally this course involves Introduction to Management Information Systems, types of management system, introduction to Management Information Systems, Introduction to Sytems Technology; The value added by information systems, system strategy and planning; Personnel information system, workgroup information systems; MIS development and management.
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Infusion of Electronic Commerce into the Information Systems Curriculum Some full text available
Business school information systems programs seek to integrate informationtechnology and business knowledge. Business schools constantly revise IS programs to stay abreast of IT changes. The emergence of e-commerce and e-business represent one such development. This study analyzes the impact of e-commerce content on business IS curricula in the U.S. Over half of the schools included such material as either required or elective. Most business schools were found to provide skills in client-side Web development. Fewer covered material on server-side Web development. E-commerceknowledge and skills have been incorporated into most undergraduate IS programs.
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Relationship Marketing, Knowledge Management Systems and E-Commerce Operations in Small UK Accountancy Practices Some full text available
Some firms are using relationship marketing linked to knowledge management systemsto achieve competitive advantage. Limited empirical evidence exists on the contribution that relationship marketing and knowledge management systems can make towards market success. E-commerce provides an opportunity to assess possible relationships that may exist between relationship marketing; knowledge management systems andmarket performance. A survey of small UK accounting practices suggests that adopting a relationship marketing orientation can enhance market performance. Those practices, which have adopted a relationship marketing orientation, tend to have established knowledge management systems and be involved in ecommerce. The implications of these findings are discussed and proposals made about further research needs.
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