Top Management Control Functions for Information Systems in Small and Medium Enterprises

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  • Publisher: Inforec Association
  • Journal: Informatica Economica, volume 13, issue 4, pages 109-115 (issn: 1453-1305, eissn: 1842-8088)
  • Subject: Charge-Out | Computer engineering. Computer hardware | Z | Information Systems | IS Plan | Small and Medium Enterprise | Zero Based Budgeting | Charge-Out, Information Systems, IS Plan, Small and Medium Enterprise, Top Management Controls, Zero Based Budgeting | Top Management Controls | TK7885-7895 | Bibliography. Library science. Information resources
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This paper analyzes the Top Management Control functions for Information Systems (IS) in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). SMEs extensively rely on information technology resources to enhance their competence in today’s global economy. They should have adequate top... View more
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