AN ANALYSIS OF THE POSSIBILITIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN COMPANIES AND ORGANISATIONS

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Keywords
information technologies, information systems, ERP, CRM, SCM, OLAP, BI, DSS, cloud computing, system integration, reengineering.

Abstract
The development of information systems requires a lot more than implementing a particular technology or finding an information solution. What are also necessary is a deep strategic approach and an analysis of the possibilities and objective difficulties. One important condition in this process is the fact that the development of an information system must comply with global standards and must allow flexible set-up and adaptation according to specific individual requirements. This is additionally complicated by the fact that, at the moment, the conditions for the function of companies in our country require the achievement of positive results, which is realised in the short term and with budget cuts which affect the information infrastructure.

JEL: D85, L21.
Pages: 16

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