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Journal Issue
Volume 8 Issue 2 / Sep 2005  pp81‑142

Editor: Dan Remenyi

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The Eleven Years of the European Conference on IT Evaluation: Retrospectives and Perspectives for Possible Future Research  pp81‑98

Egon Berghout, Dan Remenyi

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Understanding the Impact of Enterprise Systems on Management Decision Making: An Agenda for Future Research  pp99‑106

Fergal Carton, Frederic Adam

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Using the Balanced Scorecard to Evaluate ICT Investments in Non profit Organisations  pp107‑114

Renata Paola Dameri

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Broadening Information Systems Evaluation Through Narratives  pp115‑122

Jonas Hedman, Andreas Borell

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Common Gaps in Information Systems  pp123‑132

Juha Kontio

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Abstract

Information systems and databases in six Finnish organizations are evaluated in this multiple case study research. The main idea of the research was to describe the main gaps in information systems in the case organizations. In each case the gaps are presented with authentic descriptions. The research identified altogether seven different categories of gaps. These are first abstracted to four common categories of gaps: 1) data, 2) infrastructure, 3) turning data into information and 4) people working with the information systems. Finally, the four categories are further abstracted to two common categories of gaps: 1) information and 2) infrastructure. 

 

Keywords: Information Systems, IS-Gaps, Databases, Case Study

 

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Measuring the Quality of Electronic Journals  pp133‑142

Maricela Lopez Ornelas, Graciela Cordero Arroyo, Eduardo Backhoff Escudero

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