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Information Engineering: Case, Practices and Techniquesby Robert Mylls
Synopses & Reviews
Describes how to structure information systems to handle and control complex information exchanges occurring in high-tech companies. Features a step-by-step methodology to assess needs. Explains how to use commercially available CASE packages and combine them with your own engineering systems. The section on technology transfer can help reduce start up times, educating and training costs plus improve productivity and quality.
Book News Annotation:
Designed to assist managers and information workers in high-tech companies to integrate and maintain computer-aided software programs into their organization's engineering information system, provides step-by-step guidance to the assessment of a company's specific needs and to the implementation of systems tailored to the company's business goals. Also describes how commercially available CASE packages can be combined with engineering systems developed in-house.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 415) and index.
Table of Contents
Analysis and Design.
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