HSBC Information Systems

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HSBC Information Systems Introduction An information system is a combination of any forms of information technology and activities which are carried out by the people in the organization in order to support the management, operations and decision making process in the organization ADDIN EN.CITE Sawy19891039(Sawy & Nanus, 1989)1039103917Sawy, Omar A. ElNanus, BurtToward the Design of Robust Information SystemsJournal of Management Information SystemsJournal of Management Information Systems33-54541989M.E. Sharpe, Inc.07421222http://www.jstor.org/stable/40397893( HYPERLINK l "_ENREF_3" o "Sawy, 1989 #1039" Sawy & Nanus, 1989). The term information system frequently refers to any interaction that happens between the processes, people, technology and data in the organization ADDIN EN.CITE Ahituv19801038(Ahituv, 1980)1038103817Ahituv, NivA Systematic Approach toward Assessing the Value of an Information SystemMIS QuarterlyMIS Quarterly61-75441980Management Information Systems Research Center, University of Minnesota02767783http://www.jstor.org/stable/248961( HYPERLINK l "_ENREF_1" o "Ahituv, 1980 #1038" Ahituv, 1980). It does not only refer to the technology in use in the organization. It also refers to the processes, technology, and data that are in the organization ADDIN EN.CITE West19941041(West, 1994)1041104117West, Lawrence A., Jr.Researching the Costs of Information SystemsJournal of Management Information SystemsJournal of Management Information
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