Information quality is one fact of the A Priori model that seeks to provide valuable and pertinent data presented by a system. This works in tandem with system quality to guarantee that the information is important (where team members need to know it), relevant (refers to data useful in current operations), and understandable (members can easily decipher the data presented). Of course, these are just a few attributes Involved.
A Priori Model Enterprise System Evaluation
The author applies the A Priori Model enterprise system evaluation measures to the Information Technology organization identified by the Ashford University INF220 Week1 Guest Speaker, Dr. Stephanie Young Gonzaga, previous CIO – ARCS Commercial Mortgage Company.
This is the first edition of the INF220 Subject Matter Expert SME Video series to bring real-world learning into the course room.
Page #Identify how Dr. Gonzaga’s IT organization provided enterprise systems that addressed your selected A Priori Model dimension of success (system quality, information quality, satisfaction, individual impact, or organizational impact).
In regards to Dr. Gonzaga’s work in her company, her efforts focused, while encompassing all dimensions, focused heavily upon information quality. With information systems, the crux of their application is that of access to information. Specifically, she worked upon document management, database administration, data warehousing, and analysis functions, while transitioning to a web application from the more archaic client/server relationship. This demonstrates qualities of availability and importance, by creating or improving the systems needed to keep data safe, secure, and accessible. Making the data usable and understandable would be another part of her efforts, with the data warehousing most likely requiring the greatest amount of attention to provide this. The analysis functions her company accomplishes cannot be done if the data available is useless or esoteric. With these programs, Dr. Gonzaga is able to realize information quality.
The A Priori Enterprise Systems Success Measurement Model
Gable, G.; Sedera, D.; Chan, T, (2003), Enterprise Systems Success: A Measurement Model., Twenty-Fourth International Conference on Information Systems, p. 576-591
Simpelo, V., (2016), INF 220 Week One Information Systems – The Big Picture Part Two. Retrieved from: https://ashford.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/INF220+Week+One+Information+Systems+-+The+Big+Picture+Part+Two/0_vsp6ckr4
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