Integrated Information Systems: Choosing The Best System for Your Organisation

Dempsey, Sylvia; Griffin, Julie
December 2007
Accountancy Ireland;Dec2007, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p64
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the advantages of implementing an integrated information system within the business operations. The author describes two kinds of an integrated information system which is the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System and the Best of Breed (BoB) system. Information about the differences of the two system as well as their benefits and significance to business information management is discussed.


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