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Good Enough! IT Investment and Business Process Performance in Higher Education Roadmap
June 15, 2005

This Roadmap is designed to illuminate the major discoveries of the ECAR research study called Good Enough! IT Investment and Business Process Performance in Higher Education, which takes a compl…

Good Enough! IT Investment and Business Process Performance in Higher Education Key Findings
June 15, 2005

These Key Findings describe the major discoveries of the ECAR research study called Good Enough! IT Investment and Business Process Performance in Higher Education, which takes a complex look at …

Good Enough! IT Investment and Business Process Performance in Higher Education
June 15, 2005

Abstract This ECAR research study takes a complex look at the performance of so-called business processes in higher education, with a special focus on how IT investments have influenced that…

Enterprise-Wide System Implementations at Multicampus Institutions
February 15, 2005

Drawing from research at California State University, Indiana University, Purdue University, and the University of Minnesota, this research bulletin describes the drivers, issues, and practices f…

Open Source Software: Risks and Rewards
November 16, 2004

Presentation at the November 2004 ECAR Symposium. Open-source software (OSS) is not a fad—it is here to stay. While OSS provides additional choices and may lower software development and deploy…

Knowledge Management, Information Systems, and Organizations
September 28, 2004

This research bulletin demonstrates how knowledge management (KM), a human-centered approach to the integration of information systems within organizations, can be used to examine the overlapping…

Leveraging IT Infrastructure for HIPAA Training
July 6, 2004

Faced with the challenge of quickly developing, delivering, tracking, and reporting customized HIPAA training for 17,000 workers and students, the University of Minnesota leveraged important piec…

The Promise and Performance of Enterprise Systems Key Findings
December 4, 2002

The Promise and Performance of Enterprise Systems addresses one of the most important IT issues facing higher education. Incorporating nearly 500 college and university survey responses, and over…

Total Cost of Ownership: A Strategic Tool for ERP Planning and Implementation
January 6, 2004

This bulletin identifies major cost factors that influence total cost of ownership of enterprise resource planning systems, along with tactics and management strategies for containing those costs…

ERP Call Centers: Benchmarking and Implementation
December 9, 2003

This bulletin describes principles, structure, reporting structure, and best practices related to call centers specifically designed to support institution-wide applications. Based on a case stud…

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