Reengineering is using information technology to improved performance and cut costs. Its main premise is to examine the goals of an organization and redesign work and business processes from the ground up rather than to simply automate existing tasks and functions. Reengineering is driven by open markets and competition. It is part of responding to a global economy where worldwide customers are more sophisticated and demanding. Defining and executing a systems integration process is a challenging project for a CIO or IS director. Let Reengineering: Systems Integration Success show you how. This multiauthored book covers all aspects of the systems integration process. It addresses critical success factors and underlying pitfalls of systems integration. Packed with features and benefits, Reengineering: Systems Integration Success is the key to success in your organization.Developing End-User Training In parallel with design and development activities, end-user training must be developed to coincide with the SAP deployment. SAP itself recommends that 14% of the total budget be allocated for training. Most ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Systems Integration Success|
|Publisher||:||Auerbach Publications - 1998-12-18|