By Mehdi Khosrowpour
Annals of instances on info know-how offers 37 case reports, authored via over 50 world-renowned academicians and practitioners in info know-how each one providing perception into the best way to reach IT initiatives and the way to prevent high priced mess ups. those case reports describe deepest and public agencies together with academic associations, digital companies and governmental enterprises ranging in dimension from small companies to giant organisations. also, they concentrate on a number of know-how initiatives together with digital trade and digital enterprise projects, firm source making plans and reengineering efforts, facts mining initiatives and the human components in terms of IT tasks.
*Note: This booklet is a part of the sequence "Cases on details Technology". This ebook is quantity 5 inside this sequence (Vol. V, 2003).
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Annals of circumstances on info know-how presents 37 case stories, authored by means of over 50 world-renowned academicians and practitioners in details know-how each one providing perception into the right way to achieve IT tasks and the way to prevent high priced mess ups. those case experiences describe deepest and public corporations together with academic associations, digital companies and governmental enterprises ranging in measurement from small companies to massive corporations.
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It was readily agreed that "in the 1990s, you do not build, you buy, especially if it is software that is a generic application or in generic use by the industry". With the decision being made to purchase a packaged ERP software, Omega Airlines's Project Leaders proceeded to plan a set of activities which they then used to select the appropriate technological solution. A Request for Proposal (RFP) was subsequently issued in March 1996 to several software vendors, four of which responded, three of which were thoroughly evaluated.
Participant continuity (team members and end-users) for the acquisition through to full implementation helped to ensure user buy-in of the chosen solution. Users played an important role in Omega Airlines's decision process. It was important to Omega Airlines's management that users buy in to (actively endorse and support) the new technology. Without this buy-in, Omega Airlines's management felt that the project would be in jeopardy. According to the Director of Enterprise Systems/IT, what Omega Airlines wanted was "a consensus from the users for the decision".
Annals of Cases on Information Technology by Mehdi Khosrowpour