External Factors Affecting Business Processes
The analysis of externalities is to ensure suitability and sustainability of the organization against their relentless change, and by identification and management of business processes are intended to ensure that they happen quickly, securely and reliably. The main external factors affecting business processes and their scope include: (1) Political, Economic, Social and technological factors. At some point in the development of organization external technological factors are transformed into internal and this may contribute to improve its market position.
Information technologies are those environmental factors that recently time having an increasing impact on the management of business processes organizations. The technology, however, could be a threat to cause adverse operational problems of business failed to keep pace with technological developments and innovations. This negative effect increases the importance of a proper assessment of the technological issues related to the viability of the …show more content…
Analysis and evaluation of information processes in the life cycle phases of planning, implementation, maintenance and control of the application of information resources to obtain information that meets the business requirements.
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