Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Selection, Migration, and Operation of a Campus Management System

Jon Sprenger, Marc Klages, Michael H. Breitner
2010 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
Universities today face a number of challenges and problems on a global scale, but especially in Europe, due to both the Bologna Process and increasing numbers of students. Efficient, integrated campus management systems are professional, supportive information systems that represent a partial solution. Universities must act economically, which means that alternative systems must also be investigated and compared with regard to their cost-effectiveness. A cost-benefit analysis of selected
more » ... management systems is presented in this paper. The goal is to provide IT experts and decision makers at universities with guidelines for investigating the cost-effectiveness of campus management systems.
doi:10.1007/s12599-010-0110-z fatcat:m3lciaxudnfgvhp4455ffhogmu