Strategic Systems

Some articles on strategic, systems:

Characterization of Strategic Information Systems - General Definition
... Strategic information systems are those computer systems that implement business strategies They are those systems where information services resources are applied to strategic business opportunities ... Strategic information systems are always systems that are developed in response to corporate business initiative ... Most information systems are looked on as support activities to the business ...

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