Information Quality, Reporting and Organisational Performance

Iain Reid (Speaker), M. Argyropoulou (Speaker), G. Ioannou (Speaker)

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentation

Description

This study aims at the exploration of the statistical relationship between the quality of the Information produced by Information Systems (IS) such as ERPs and Organisational Performance. The definition of information quality encompasses measures such as accuracy, precision, currency, timeliness, conciseness, which aim at providing decision tools to the users of any Information System. Producing quality information /reports is the primary purpose of any IS. The results from a survey on 168 Greek companies show a strong correlation between Information Quality and Organisational Performance when this is expressed by financial and not financial measures.
Period28 Jun 2015
Held at22nd European Operations Management Association Conference
Event typeConference
Conference number22
LocationNeuchâtel, Switzerland
Degree of RecognitionInternational