International Journal of Information Systems and Management
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International Journal of Information Systems and Management (3 papers in press)
Application Study of a Classification and Encoding System in Meticulous Management of Zhengzhou Metro Enterprises by Yajun Li, Yujian Li, Mengxi Ge Abstract: In views of management of the entire life cycle of enterprise assets, it is necessary to systematically design a coding system to distinguish and track the attribute changes of assets. Based on the integration analysis of classification coding scheme and management information dimension, this paper designs and describes an asset classification and its coding system, including asset coding, attribute signature and location coding structure definition. An important concept of cost accounting and its processing flow path performed in finance about entire life cycle of goods and material had been described too with the increment and uniqueness of transaction flow certificate. The coding system takes account of the application requirements of information meticulous management for material purchasing, inventory, assets, equipment maintenance, cost accounting and etc in aspects of data collection, data sharing and collaborative processing. Keywords: Management information Asset life cycle Coding system Cost accounting.
BITCOIN: AN ANALYSIS OF THE ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE RESEARCH PUBLISHED IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS by Vinicius Araujo, Thiago Prado, Juliano Augusto De Araujo Abstract: This paper consists of a literature review and a survey of scientific research published in journals about the theme cryptocurrencies. In a descriptive study, we used bibliometrics and the content analysis of articles that address the central theme of the BITCOIN. The study analyzed 337 articles. The number of studies has been increased in the period from 2013 to 2018. The findings corroborate with the law of Bradford (many journals with few articles) and will meet with the Lotkas Law (80% of the authors are logged only one study on the theme). The majority of researches conducted, in short, comparative studies with indexes and mathematical properties, using statistical tools such as analysis of variance and regression. It generally noted the lack of research on the topic in Brazilian journals, which enables opportunities for future studies. Keywords: Bitcoin; Cryptocurrency; Bibliometrics.
ASSESSMENT OF ICT PROJECT FAILURE FACTORS IN KENYAN GOVERNMENT AGENCIES by Anthony Munyare, Daniel Orwa Abstract: ICT has become a critical differentiator in businesses enabling them to gain a competitive edge over their competitors. ICT Projects in the private sector do well compared to those in the public sector and worse in government agencies. Despite many governments around the world realizing ICT can help in delivering services to their citizens, ICT projects in developing countries run far-behind schedule and failing to deliver the expected benefits. The purpose of this research was to identify the ICT project failure factors in government agencies of developing countries by assessing the effect of the project, people, and technology related-issues. The research used questionnaires for data collection. The research revealed that most projects and people related-issues contributed to the failure of ICT projects in government agencies. The research recommends the presence of a clear vision and strategy in ICT projects, and formulation of project management policies to govern project management teams across all government agencies. Keywords: E-governance; ICT projects; government agencies; failure factors; developing countries.