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|Title: ||RE-ENGINEERING: A FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYSIS AND CASE STUDY OF AN IMAGING SYSTEM|
|Authors: ||Lucas, Henry C., Jr.|
Truman, Gregory E.
Berndt, Donald J.
systems analysis and design
|Issue Date: ||8-Feb-1993|
|Publisher: ||Stern School of Business, New York University|
|Series/Report no.: ||IS-93-03|
|Abstract: ||Re-engineering or business process redesign has become
very popular. This paper presents a clear description of
re-engineering and contrasts it with incremental change in
systems. The paper also develops a framework for comparing
two related systems. The framework is applied to a case
study of the re-engineering of the Merrill Lynch Securities
Processing System. This system features image processing,
character recognition and extensive process redesign. The
re-engineering effort has had a substantial impact on the
|Appears in Collections:||IOMS: Information Systems Working Papers|
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