Global Business Information Technology: An Integrated Systems Approach

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Pearson Addison Wesley, 2004 - Business & Economics - 503 pages

Students of Business Information Technology and Business Information Systems will find this book a thorough and engaging introduction to the subject area. Rooted in the global environment in which today's organisations' operate this book offers a comprehensive treatment of one of the most dynamic, exciting and challenging areas of study within business and management. Global Business Information Technology: Systems Theory and Practice describes how technology is being used to gather, interpret and communicate business information at an ever more sophisticated level.

The book introduces the basics of computer and communications technologies in a clear, jargon-free style with. It's case examples, 'did you know' and 'activity' features helps the student see the theory in practice. Self-check questions and website material encourage students to track their learning and progress.

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About the author (2004)

Geoffrey Elliott is Pro-Dean in the faculty of Business, Computing and Information Management at London South Bank University. He has recently written a book on mobile commerce and wireless computing systems.

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