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From IT deployment capabilities to competitive advantage: An exploratory study in China

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From IT deployment capabilities to competitive advantage: An exploratory study in China
As more and more companies are deploying, or plan to deploy, information systems, the organizational capabilities to effectively deploy information technologies to support and shape businesses become increasingly important. While many studies have focused on how to acquire state-of-the-art information technologies and on how to effectively utilize implemented information technologies, more studies are still needed to investigate how a company can successfully deploy acquired information technologies to support and shape businesses strategies and value chain activities. IT deployment capabilities are defined as the organizational capabilities to configure and reconfigure a company’s information system by adding new IT components or by adapting the existing information systems in order to make the whole information system available to support and shape businesses. This study identifies and investigates the three building blocks of IT deployment capabilities: strategic IT flexibility, b...
Jun Tian, Kanliang Wang, Yan Chen, Björn Joha
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Updated 28 Jan 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ISF
Authors Jun Tian, Kanliang Wang, Yan Chen, Björn Johansson
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