Business Information Systems

Second edition

by Paul Beynon-Davies

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Praise for this edition of Business Information Systems:
Writing a textbook that is theoretically grounded, covers the subject in sufficient breadth AND depth, provides new insights based on research, and also guides readers into how to practice business information systems - it sounds an impossible task but Paul Beynon-Davies succeeds masterfully. Highly recommended. -Leslie Willcocks, Professor of Technology Work and Globalisation, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Business Information Systems is essential reading for all business and ICT related students covering all of the key techniques and theories in business information systems with leading edge examples. It provides in-depth analysis of the key concepts and approaches used in business analysis and is written by a world leader in the field. -Craig Standing, Professor of Strategic Information Management, Centre for Innovative Practice, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Business Information Systems deals with Information Systems and how they are used in companies today. It provides easy-to-understand frameworks for IS principles and each chapter is rich with examples that should make it easy for a student to identify how these principles actually work in today’s organizations. -Clare Branigan, Lecturer, School of Business, University College Dublin
Paul Beynon-Davies weaves together business sense, technical scope and a broad, humanistic appreciation of the impact of information systems. His examples and thought points help to establish really applicable and sustainable learning from this rapidly changing field. Very readable and of interest to students of business and society, but also a text that would enrich the context for those studying the more technical aspects of information systems. -Pericles Rospigliosi, Senior Lecturer in eCommerce and Management Information Systems, Brighton Business School, University of Brighton