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Determining information requirements for e-business Systems - from activity space to information space

Liu, K. and Sun, L. (2006) Determining information requirements for e-business Systems - from activity space to information space. Journal of International Technology and Information Management, 1 (15). 1 - 18.

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Abstract/Summary

The study of information requirements for e-business systems reveals that the level of detail, granularity, format of presentation, and a broad range of information types are required for the applications. The provision of relevant information affects how e-business systems can efficiently support the business goals and processes. This paper presents an approach for determining information requirements for e-business systems (DIRES) which will allow the user to describe the core business processes, whose specification maps onto a business activity space. It further aids a configuration of information requirements into an information space. A case study of a logistics company in China demonstrates the use of DIRES techniques and assesses the validity of the research.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Systems Engineering
ID Code:15307

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