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Title: MAPPING OFFICE WORK TO OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
Authors: Sasso, William C.
Kim, Sung K.
Issue Date: Feb-1986
Publisher: Stern School of Business, New York University
Series/Report no.: IS-86-08
Abstract: have achieved success with respect to describing what happens in the office, they have contributed far less with respect to prescribing how computer-based technologies can support the office. Here we present TEMO (TEchnological Mapping of Office-work), a procedure which aids the analyst in determining the feasibility of supporting a given office task and suggests which specific software packages might improve performance of that task. In order to illustrate the procedure's application, we present a case in which TEMO is applied, in step-by-step fashion, in order to assess the feasibility of automating a simple set of tasks and to assist in the selection of an appropriate software package. Directions of continuing work in the procedure's extension, enhancement, and evaluation are also described.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2451/14512
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