Analysis of Barriers to Successful of Computer Information Systems in Iran (Case Study: Iranian Banks)

Habib Roodsaz, Amirhossein behrooz, Amirhesam behrooz

Abstract


Impact on management, organization and technology in the failure or success of information systems in organizations and institutions is one of the issues that information systems and information technology researchers constantly have to review it. Unfortunately, in Iran has been done yet a research for recognizing the identity of a computer system and efficiency of scientific research. Knowledge of the reasons for the failure of a computerized information system, cause to awareness and care managers and design team and will focus on potential weaknesses. Managers support the strengthening and weakening of the driving and inhibiting factors in the design and implementation and also development of information systems and preparation hardware and software infrastructure is one of the key points of failure and success is an information system.
This study is applicable and causal in its nature. Sample with 35 system and equals with number of statistical community members and it includes all computer systems that have the mission to provide banking services to customers. Indices test questionnaire using multiple regression analysis has been done the Iranian state banks. . Statistical analysis tools are also included Pearson correlation and beta coefficient. The findings of this study shows that the main reason for the failure of most information systems in Iranian banks is Issues and problems that the components of the operating and management strategies, expectations, complexity - the risk is occurring.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/bms.v4i2.3530

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