Business Processes and Information Technology
by Ulric Gelinas, Steve Sutton, Jane Fedorowicz
Publisher: Global Text Project 2008
Number of pages: 952
Business Processes and Information Technology takes a business process focus towards understanding and managing operations, information systems, and management decision making in contemporary organizations. A wide range of information technologies in business processes are integrated throughout.
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