Conference proceedings article

Criteria for Measuring and Comparing Information systems


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Author list: Palmius, Joel

Publication year: 2007


Whether designing a new system or evaluating an old one it could be useful tobe able to compare the system with another system, intended or existing. One way toevaluate and compare information systems would be through a set of criteriaencompassing factors thought important. For such criteria to be useful they need to beoperational and measurable. This article presents a list of criteria found in literature,combined with a few criteria not found, and a categorization. The criteria are presented ina collected hierarchical model organizing them into the categories of Organization,Individual, Information, Technology and Systemics. It is concluded that the criteria modelmay be useful, for example as a checklist during design, but that it needs to beoperationalized, and be exposed to practice and empirics.


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