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Information system solutions for the management of Romanian small and medium size enterprises

Moga, Liliana Mihaela (2011): Information system solutions for the management of Romanian small and medium size enterprises.

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In order to survive in a turbulent economy and to survive the economic crisis, enterprises should be able to adapt quickly to the continuous changes that occur in the increasingly dynamic business environment. This paper identifies the limits of the traditional design methods used to develop the information systems. It is intended to solve this problem by working on the main cause which generates this situation – analysis and design methods. Previous literature and empirical studies related to information systems design was reviewed. Based on these reviews was introduced the succession of a product’s stages that have to be covered in order to design the information systems by using the Value Analysis. By using the Value Analysis in Software Engineering, the unification of the recent research accomplished in this field with those carried out in software architecture is intended. Another modality for increasing the competitiveness of the Romanian economy is by developing a safe and dynamic e-Business environment, by increasing the number and exploitation degree of the e-Business opportunities by the Small and Medium Size Enterprises. By means of this paper, the author will investigate the manner in which are stimulated in Romania, through the development policies and their application instruments, the development of local economies, the creation of a new inter-relational culture between enterprises, the adoption of innovative e-business type solutions and the creation of local development plans and their integration in the regional strategy.

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