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The Impact of Information Technology Investments on Firm Processes and Performance
March 30, 2008 by Nova Science Pub Inc .
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The impact of technology in accounting is seen in how it has reduced errors, enhanced decision making and helped accountants work more efficiently. Cloud computing accounting software, machine learning, cryptocurrencies and mobile accounting apps have all helped transform an accountant's role. The impact of information technology on organizational performance 1. 1 ` The impact of information technology on organizational performance (An applied study on Oil & Gas companies in Egypt) Doctor of Business Administration Thesis Submitted to the “Business Administration Department” Faculty of Commerce – Ain Shams University by Mohamed . Investment (spending money): Investing the firm’s funds in projects and securities that provide high returns in relation to their risks. Financing (raising money): Obtaining funding for the firm’s operations and investments and seeking the best balance between debt (borrowed funds) and equity (funds raised through the sale of ownership in Author: Lawrence J. Gitman, Carl McDaniel, Amit Shah, Monique Reece, Linda Koffel, Bethann Talsma, James C. Information Technology Infrastructure Capability and Firm Performance: An Empirical Analysis Abstract Information technology (IT) management capabilities have been noted in prior research as having a significant impact on firm performance. However, it is not clear how these capabilities impact firm performance.
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The impact of information technology (IT) investments on firm performance has been the subject of active research in recent years. However, findings of almost all studies are based on data collected in the United States.
Little work has been done elsewhere to validate these results and to see if they are applicable across national by: The Impact of Information Technology Investments on Firm Processes and Performance This book provides the much needed international dimension on the payoffs of information technology investments.
The bulk of the research on the impact of information technology investments has been undertaken in developed economies, mainly the United : Acklesh Prasad. Determining whether investments in information technology (IT) have an impact on firm performance has been and continues to be a major problem for information systems researchers and practitioners.
Financial theory suggests that managers should make investment decisions that maximize the value of the by: When benefit flows revert to equilibrium more quickly, the investment will achieve higher returns. In addition, some researchers [16, 17] have found no impact of IT investment on firm performance.
As mentioned, the debate on the impact of IT on business performance is Cited by: 4. Research Note—The Impact of Information Technology Investments and Diversification Strategies on Firm Performance. Measuring the long term impact on firm performance using ROA: An empirical study of RFID adoption.
process performance measurement and firm by: K.Y. TamThe impact of information technology investments on firm performance and evaluation: evidence from newly industrialized economics Information Systems Research, 9 (1) ( (March)), pp.
Google ScholarCited by: Determining whether investments in information technology (IT) have an impact on firm performance has been and continues to be a major problem for information systems researchers and practitioners. Financial theory sug- gests that managers should make investment'decisions that maximize the value of the by: Determining whether investments in information technology (IT) have an impact on firm performance has been and continues to be a major problem for information systems researchers and practitioners.
Financial theory suggests that managers should make investment decisions that maximize the value of the firm. Managers make informed information technology investment decisions when they are able to quantify how IT contributes to firm performance. While financial accounting measures Author: Pard Teekasap.
The Impact of Information Technology Innovation on Firm Performance Introduction The question of whether information technology (IT) contributes to firm performance has been debated extensively.
processes is perhaps the most critical to a firm's long-term success. However, little is known about the rela tionship between IT, knowledge creation, and innovation output. This research draws on transaction cost and resource-based theory to examine how information technology (IT) capital moderates the relationship between different types of assets and firm scope—both vertical integration and diversification.
The analysis suggests that IT capital enables firms with narrowly valuable assets to be less vertically integrated and less Cited by: Impact of IT Investment on Firm Performance Based on Technology IT Architecture Procedia Computer Science, Vol.
91 Diversity and intensity of information and communication technologies use and product innovation: evidence from Chilean micro-dataCited by: Ko and Clark IT Innovators and Firm Performance Proceedings of the Fourteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Toronto, ON, Canada August 14 th 1 Understanding the Information Technology Innovation Impact on Firm Performance: An Empirical Investigation Myung Ko The University of Texas at San Antonio.
The performance impact of information technology (IT) investment is an important research topic that needs to take into consideration the role of key contextual factors.
This study discussed and empirically tested the moderating effects of environmental dynamism, firm strategy, and CEO/CIO arrangement on the impact of IT investment on firm Cited by: technology investment and firm’s performances by means of research .
Even though, for more than ten years, many researchers have been trying to investigate the effects of technology investments on firm’s performance, but the findings of the studies are not consistent . The issues of what constitute technological.
that such investments would enhance operating eﬃciency and thus improve ﬁnancial performance. According to (Gareth et al., ) banks in North America, Europe, Asia-Paciﬁc and Latin America will together spend $bn on IT. In this paper, we empirically investigate the impact of information technology (IT) investment on firm return and risk financial performance, emphasizing the moderating role of the firm boundary strategies of diversification and vertical by: Although previous IT research has examined the impact of IT investments on firm performance in different industries such as manufacturing (Barua et al.
), banking (Parsons et al. ), insurance (Francalanci and Galal ), healthcare (Menon et al. ), and retailing (Reardon et al. ), em-File Size: KB. The aim of this study is to research the relationship between information technology (IT) investment level, IT usage, IT perception, IT at decision making process, future orientation, technology orientation and firm performance in the comprehensive competitive environment.
The performance impact of information technology (IT) investment is an important research topic that needs to take into consideration the role of key contextual factors. Impact of Information Technology and Internet in Businesses Afërdita Berisha-Shaqiri University of Pristina Abstract In the past few decades there has been a revolution in computing and communications, and all indications are that technological progress and use of information technology will continue.
TheCited by: 3. The University of Queensland's institutional repository, UQ eSpace, aims to create global visibility and accessibility of UQ’s scholarly research. The Impact of Information Technology Investments on Firm Processes and PerformanceAuthor: Acklesh Prasad.
Information Technology Infrastructure Capability and Firm Performance: An Empirical Analysis Abstract Information technology (IT) management capabilities have been noted in prior research as having a significant impact on firm performance.
However, it is not clear how these capabilities impact firm Size: KB. EVALUATING PERFORMANCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Though there has been significant discussion concerning the importance of evaluating the payoffs of IT investment, there has been little guidance as to how to design or implement an appropriate performance evaluation system.
Thus, investments are often made without theFile Size: KB. Get this from a library. The impact of information technology investments on firm processes and performance: developing economy perspectives. [Acklesh Prasad]. Information Technology Investments and Firm Performance Brian L.
Dos Santos College of Business & Public Administration, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY E-mail: [email protected] S. Rajagopalan, Raghav H. Rao, and Baik Yang Department of Management Science and Systems, SUNY Buffalo, Amherst, NY Business Process Reengineering (BPR) is an approach for business process transformation and unconstrained reshaping of all business processes.
This study examines the impact of BPR on information technology (IT) investment and employee by: The Impact of IT Investments on Profits New research finds that investments companies make in information technology increase profitability more than investments in advertising or R&D do.
Sunil Mithas, Ali Tafti, Indranil Bardhan and Jie Mein Goh Ma Reading Time: 2. investigate the impact of information technology (IT) investments on firm performance.
Re-searchers have shown that a firm's ability to effectively leverage its IT investments by devei-oping a strong IT capability can result in improved urthy was the accepting senior editor for this paper.
firm performance. We test the robustness of thisFile Size: 1MB. It has been recognized that the link between information technology (IT) investment and firm performance is indirect due to the effect of mediating and moderating variables.
For example, in the banking industry, the IT-value added activity helps to effectively generate funds from the customer in the forms of deposits. Profits then are generated by using deposits as a source of investment Cited by: The impact of information technology capability on firm performance 97 focus of ECP chain.
Because of the ever-increasing importance of customer service, customer satisfaction and firm performance, customer relationships have become a critical asset for firms. The firms are shifting from a product- to a customer-centric model to meet.
The rise of information technology has paved the way for various innovations. With the digitization of information, more and more businesses are increasingly leveraging the benefits of digital tools to improve their prospects. Information technology has been crucial in turning this process into a complete success.
improvements to its business processes a firm may be able to: 1. Dramatically cut costs 2. Improve the quality and customer service 3. Develop innovative products for new markets Investments in information systems technology can result in the development of new products, services, and processes.
This can: 1. Create new business opportunities by: 3. firm’s IT capability is ready, IT investment will not impact the firm’s performance. Kauffman et al.  stated that a firm’s senior managers will benefit from deferring technologically investment decisions based on appropriate expectations, since information is revealed over time about future trends regarding technology.
Information Technology and Firm Profitability: Mechanisms and Empirical Evidence MIS Quarterly, Vol. 36, No. 1, pp.43 Pages Posted: 15 Jul Last revised: 31 Aug Cited by: Technology can be defined as the study and knowledge of the practical, especially industrial use of scientific discoveries or advancement.
Information Technology (IT) Out of different kind of technologies, the Information Technology (IT) is the most important one, which is being widely used in different fields of industries. This is also theFile Size: 12KB. The impact of technology on organizational performance Yves-C.
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performance requirements with interventionist strategies of the past and question their effectiveness. In response to a request made by the Commission on Investment, Technology and Related Financial Issues at its sixth session, the present volume is meant to contribute to the debate on performance requirements by bringing newFile Size: KB.
Leveraging Information Technology in the 21st Century Workforce: Businesses look to make smart tech investments Technology is now an inherent part of the business landscape. Businesses, both large and small, must be prepared to make viable investments in new devices, networks, experienced staff and system upgrades to stay competitive within.
Accounting vs. Market-based Measures of Firm Performance Related to Information Technology Investments Ra’ed (Moh’dTaisir) Masa’deh Associate Professor of Management Information Systems School of Business, The University of Jordan, AmmanJordan E-mail: [email protected] Mohammad TayehFile Size: KB.In this study, we investigate the association between information technology (IT) spending and future firm performance.
Critics contend that greater expenditures on IT rarely lead to superior financial results, citing studies that compare firm performance to current IT spending. But valuation and stock-return studies have.successful.
Brynjolfsson and Hitt () found that as much as half the returns to IT investment are due to firm specific factors. One potentially important driver of differences in IT value, and of firm performance more broadly, is likely to be the decision and management processes for IT investments.