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AbstractBoth outsourcing strategy and choice of vendors have the potential to influence the success of information technology outsourcing (ITO) initiatives. However, the ways in which these factors combine leading to success in outsourcing has not received much attention in prior research....
AbstractOutsourcing decisions can be strongly influenced by country-of-origin perceptions related to destination cost and host country technological expertise. These country perceptions operate in stereotype-like fashion and tend to substitute for rational and deliberative decision making in the...
AbstractThis article presents an analysis of geographically and disciplinary scattered academic publications on ITO in public organizations. The interdisciplinary scope of public ITO research area is defined, and conceptual approaches of IS and Public Administration research fields to public ITO...
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