A structured approach for Executive Information Systems design and implementation based on reference models

Abstract : Nowadays, performance improvement in order to reach the economic, technical and social objectives has become essential for all enterprises whose want to stay competitive. For this reason, enterprises should set up an executive information system which will give them their performance's level at every moment through different performance indicators. The development of those systems is long and difficult and different problems can occur especially during the system design. Those problems can disturb the system and the aggregation of the different performance indicators. This article aims to propose a new approach for Executive Information Systems development and implementation based on the results of Performance Indicator System development methodologies. In this paper, we present this new approach that could facilitate EIS development and implementation, and allows the enterprise to have a coherent and global PIS and help deciders to take the best decisions.
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Guillaume Vicien, Yves Ducq, Bruno Vallespir. A structured approach for Executive Information Systems design and implementation based on reference models. Advances in Production Mamagement Systems - APMS 2010, Oct 2010, Come, Italy. pp.131-140. ⟨hal-00584924⟩

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