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The Effect of the Factors of Introducing Information Technology on Non-Financial Performance
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The Effect of the Factors of Introducing Information Technology on Non-Financial Performance
Lim, Kil-Jae; Yi, Seon-Gyu;
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 Abstract
This study analyzed the effect of the factors of introducing information technology(organizational and environmental characteristics) on non-financial performance. As detailed variables of each characteristic, the technical support/task force, users' IT capability, and education/training were used for the organizational characteristics while the degree of competition, external pressure, and uncertainty of environment were used for the environmental characteristics. In the results of the analysis, such factors like technical support/task force, users' IT capability, and education/training of the organizational characteristics had significant influence on non-financial performance. Also, factors such as degree of competition, external pressure, and uncertainty of environment of the environmental characteristics had significant influence on non-financial performance.
 Keywords
factors of introducing IT;organizational characteristics;environmental characteristics;non-financial performance;
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Korean
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