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Introduction to the online payment for school in Ghaziabad The importance of breaking down functional and hierarchical barriers has long been recognized in the information systems world. In academia, our roots in systems thinking provide us with a conceptual base for viewing organizational issues from a process orientation, with information requirements being associated with those activities necessary to achieve a desired purpose. These concepts have found practical form in such phenomena as database technologies and approaches, and more recently in business process reengineering (BPR), and knowledge online payment for school in Noida management and knowledge management systems this paper describes research concerning two companies that have been seeking to improve collaboration and communication internally across functional and departmental boundaries through the use of ICT. In one case the development and introduction of the ICT-based system leads to unintended, negative effects; in the other, there is preliminary evidence to suggest that the results have been much more positive. The experiences of the two companies help to reinforce lessons that have been known for some time as well as providing new insights. The fact that these two cases are contemporary and that there appears to be evidence that some of the lessons of the past have been forgotten or have remained unheard, suggests that the comparison may be enlightening. The paper is structured as follows. Following this introduction, we will describe the methodology followed in the research upon which the case studies are based. The concluding section provides something of a reflection on more general lessons, in terms of what remains to be done in the current research effort, and of potentially useful directions for future research in this area. Through, for example, the work of those associated with the socio-technical school of thought, particularly in relation to Information Systems (IS) failures and a more balanced, non- technologically deterministic and emanicapatory approach to IS development and implementation. The fact that a new book has recently been published on new thinking and contemporary accounts of the socio-technical approach suggests that we are not alone in this belief. Goes without saying that electronic commerce has been a major topic of interest in recent years, with considerable importance being placed on the opportunities provided by information and communication technologies (ICTs) to improve coordination between businesses and with customers. Electronic commerce resonates as a potential means of finding solutions to some of the inter-organizational communication issues that confront modern-day businesses. However, with globalization, companies are themselves increasingly widely dispersed geographically so that internal communications are also more difficult and complex. ICTs can therefore also potentially improve communication between individuals and groups within an organization online payment for school in Noida. This suggests that we might usefully broaden and unpack the concept of electronic commerce to include intra-organizational collaboration and partnerships. For example, corporate intranets, ERP systems, corporate databases and even internal email systems are all examples of electronic commerce that are increasingly used within a company.
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