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The Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation
Most evaluation methods for purchasing newer and enticing information and communication technology (ICT) in organisations are based on financial models, or are premised on the presumption that the new ICT is not replacing an existing ICT. However, the availability and constant proliferation of more powerful and functional ICT in most organisations today means that the models may need to recognise already existing ICTs in use. There is therefore a need for such a tool that can assist decisiondoi:10.34190/ejise.19.22.2.004 fatcat:q42nwoqx2ngalg5behccquq6yu