Information, Global-Styleby Javier A. Baldor, Marketing Director; BST Consultants, Inc., Tampa, FL,
Serial Information: Worldwide Projects, 1994, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Pg. 26-30
Document Type: Feature article
The quality, timeliness and accuracy of information can give an international architectural, engineering and consulting firm a distinct competitive advantage, and the wrong system can make information management a daunting task. The author -- marketing director of BST Consultants in Tampa, Florida, a leading provider of management information systems (MIS) software -- describes the criteria firms should seek in an MIS, including the importance of a relational database-management system. Other topics include advanced client/server architecture, the need for systems to handle multiple currencies, and the shortcomings of legacy systems. A sidebar discusses the information-management experiences of the Law Companies Group Inc. of Atlanta.
Subject Headings: Information management | Architectural engineering | Information systems | Consulting services | Systems management | Engineering firms | Quality control | North America | United States | Florida | Tampa | Georgia | Atlanta
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