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How has information technology enhanced the efficiency of various business organizations?


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IT-information technology is one of the fastest developing branches of technology. It has become an important part of our every-day lives and doing serious business has become impossible without using IT. The question on everybody's lips is: is it really improving workers' productivity? Basics: IT is the area of managing technology and spans wide variety of areas that include but are not limited to things such as processes, computer software, information systems, computer hardware, programming languages, and data constructs. In short, anything that renders data, information or perceived knowledge in any visual format whatsoever, via any multimedia distribution mechanism, is considered part of the IT domain. IT provides businesses with four sets of core services to help execute the business strategy: business process automation, providing information, connecting with customers, and productivity tools.[1] Productivity is a measure of the efficiency of production. Productivity is a ratio of what is produced to what is required to produce it. Usually this ratio is in the form of an average, expressing the total output divided by the total input. Productivity is a measure of output from a production process, per unit of input.[2] The impact of information technology on work life has been one of the most talked about issues over the recent years. Chief executive officers spending millions of dollars on information technology face the critical issue of assessing the impact of this technology on work. Information system managers are increasingly required to justify technology investment in terms of its impact on the individual and his/her work. Measures of impact of information technology have narrowly focused on productivity impacts. This study uses a broader concept that is based on the impact of technology on the nature of work literature. This literature recognizes the multiple impacts of technology on work at the level of the individual. A review of the literature enabled us to generate thirty-nine items that were grouped into four constructs. In a pilot study, these constructs were assessed by observers in structured interviews with eighty-nine users to provide a criterion measure. Next, the users completed the thirty-nine item questionnaire. The unidimensionality, internal consistency and criterion-related validity of each construct were assessed. The pilot results suggest a four factor 12-item instrument that measures how extensively information technology applications impact task productivity, task innovation, customer satisfaction and management control. In a large scale study, a sample of 409 respondents was gathered to further explore this 12-item instrument and its relationships with other constructs (user involvement, user satisfaction, system usage). The results support the four factor model. Evidence of reliability and construct validity is presented for the hypothesized measurement model and future research is discussed.[3] For over a decade, empirical studies in the information technology (IT) value literature have examined the impact of technology investments on various measures of performance. However, the results of these studies, especially those examining the contribution of IT to productivity, have been mixed. One reason for these mixed empirical findings may be that these studies have not effectively accounted for the impact of technology investments that increase production efficiency and improve product quality on firm productivity. In particular, it is commonly assumed that such investments should lead to gains in both profits and productivity. However, using a closed-form analytical model we challenge this underlying assumption and demonstrate that investments in certain efficiency-enhancing technologies may be expected to decrease the productivity of profit-maximizing firms. More specifically, we demonstrate that investments in technologies that reduce the firm's fixed overhead costs do not affect the firm's product quality and pricing decisions but do increase profits and improve productivity. In addition, we demonstrate that investments in technologies that reduce the variable costs of designing, developing, and manufacturing a product encourage the firm to improve product quality and to charge a higher price. Although this adjustment helps the firm to capture higher profits, we show that it will also increase total production costs and will, under a range of conditions, decrease firm productivity. Finally, we show that the direction of firm productivity following such investments depends upon the relationship between the fixed costs of the firm and the size of the market.[4] 257 studies met the inclusion criteria. Most studies addressed decision support systems or electronic health records. Approximately 25% of the studies were from 4 academic institutions that implemented internally developed systems; only 9 studies evaluated multifunctional, commercially developed systems. Three major benefits on quality were demonstrated: increased adherence to guideline-based care, enhanced surveillance and monitoring, and decreased medication errors. The primary domain of improvement was preventive health. The major efficiency benefit shown was decreased utilization of care. Data on another efficiency measure, time utilization, were mixed. Empirical cost data were limited. Four benchmark institutions have demonstrated the efficacy of health information technologies in improving quality and efficiency. Whether and how other institutions can achieve similar benefits, and at what costs, are unclear.[5] As more information technology (IT) is deployed in organizations, it is important to understand its impact on individual performance and organizational productivity. Most past research has concentrated on identifying determinants of computer acceptance. This may be inadequate in determining the value and return on investment due to IT. Organizations are able to deploy IT more effectively if the consequences of its acceptance are obviously valuable. This study seeks to investigate the implications and consequences of IT acceptance by examining the relationships between IT acceptance and its impact on the individual user. The research model involves three components: user satisfaction, system usage, and individual impact. It is hypothesized that user satisfaction and system usage affect individual impact and that usage partially mediates the effect of satisfaction on individual impact. A comprehensive questionnaire on computer acceptance was used to collect data from 625 employees of a large organization in Singapore. The results suggest that user satisfaction is an important factor affecting system usage and that user satisfaction has the strongest direct effect on individual impact. The results also demonstrate the importance of system usage in mediating the relationship of user satisfaction on individual impact.[6] Based on previous empirical research, there seems to be little relation between investment in information technology (IT) and financial performance (often referred to as the `productivity paradox'). We hypothesize that this is due to the fact that many companies implement IT projects ineffectively. Like any other asset, IT must be utilized effectively to result in increased financial performance. By comparing successful users of IT and less successful users of IT, we show that successful users of IT have superior financial performance relative to less successful users of IT. However, any financial performance advantage is short-lived, possibly due to the ability of competitors to copy IT projects.[7] Technology products are a means to an end, not an end in themselves. When thinking about your IT needs, always begin by thinking about your strategy and business goals. Ask: how can I improve my business? Where can I get the jump on competitors? What are my biggest costs and where would I benefit most from efficiency gains? Remember that IT can be a powerful source of competitive advantage. Do with IT what your competitors can't, and customers will take note. Only once you've decided exactly what it is that your businesses wants to achieve with technology, should you start looking for the solutions themselves.


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What sources are available to finance working capital needs of small businesses?


There are many such sources which are available to finance working capital needs of SMEs. For example, Capital float is providing working capital finance for up to 200%. Particularly if a substantial part of your revenue is from cash less transactions.

There are some criteria for availing such loans. If I talk about Capital Float only then they are asking for these requirements for eligibility:
  • Operational history of 1 year - minimum.
  • Required turnover of Rs. 20 L- minimum.
  • Card volume of Rs. 1 L - minimum.
  • Card acceptance vintage of 6 months- minimum.
  • Six settlements per month - minimum.

May 30, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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Definition of client satisfaction


Not all clients are getting satisfied from someone's work. Most of the clients will say they are satisfied but not. Sometimes clients that are urgent on something or let's say they really need this thing to fix badly and you fixed it in no time they are the one who satisfied the most.

-In terms of technical support

Mar 15, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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School administrators require specific courses to be certificated...law, finance, curriculum,supervision to name but a few... by law the principals have the responsibility to be the instructional leader...


All candidates for certification as School Leaders, except as indicated in N.J.A.C. 6A:9-12.7, must hold a Master's or higher degree from a regionally accredited college or university. The following titles are available:
    1. 6A:9-12.4 School Administrator
    2. 6A:9-12.5 Principal
    3. 6A:9-12.6 Supervisor
    4. 6A:9-12.7 School Business Administrator .One can
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How can i get an appointment to get a passport?


Consult the US state department website: travel.state.gov/passport/passport_1738.html
How you go about getting a passport depends on several factors not disclosed in your question, but the detailed instructions on the website should guide you through the process. If you're an American citizen over 16 and it's your first passport, the process will be fairly straight forward, and you will just need to present evidence of citizen, fill out some forms, and present (in person) to your nearest passport acceptance facility (probably a post office, or a public library, or municipal goverment offices). The website will direct you to your nearest acceptance facility, and you can then make an appointment to apply there.

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How can I able to know my incoming mail server for may outlook account?


What you do is go to your Online host and follow THEIR directions. Each one uses somthing different, like ports to communicate, security, etc. Easiest to follow what they state, look under help and POP3.

So, another consideration is will Outlook Express be the ONLY access to the account, or would you perhaps check your e-mail directly, from the office? If the latter, you need to set Outlook to LEAVE mail on the server, for typically 14 days, otherwise Outlook will have removed the mail from the server. Default is to remove on receipt...

Also, some ISPs restrict OUTGOING mail, for spam reasons. To combat spam they may require all outgoing mail to go through their server. Gmail, for example, offers different ports to send and receive AND you must turn on POP3, or Local client acceptance. This is set as an option, in the online mail box client (interface).

As you set up your local mail client, you need to VERIFY successful Sending AND receiving.

Anyway, the answer for your case is at your site (mailbox) host.


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Looking to buy for home use


Hello whosyerdaddy, the differance will be a print out informing you of detected adnormality in the waveforms. Interpretive is selected an adnormality may state an "AV weak" . A non Interpretive will state no adnormalitys detected in the the waveform. You will need to read all the waves for any adnormalitys.

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