American Journal of Information Science and Computer Engineering
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American Journal of Information Science and Computer Engineering, Vol.3, No.3, May 2017, Pub. Date: Jun. 14, 2017
Standardization Problem in the Implementation of ICT at University
Pages: 39-51 Views: 161 Downloads: 92
Authors
[01] Krzysztof Gołuch-Trojanek, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Management, Warsaw, Poland.
[02] Katarzyna Rostek, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Management, Warsaw, Poland.
Abstract
Universities are divided into faculties that can operate at their own. Being consistent with university-wide law faculties can develop their own systems that will help them to complete teaching process. Every system implementation is different; because of that development of model can make improvements on how university works because of shorten time needed to prepare, run and finalize final implementation. Main goal of this article is to determine if problem of standardization of implementation of IT systems at university exists. Analysis showed that changing one system and by the same time maintaining consistency with business strategy leads to improved results, what can be translated into lowering costs and growing efficiency of business.
Keywords
University, Standardization, Business Organization, Planning, IT Implementation
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