Analysis and Classification of Critical Success Factors for Business Conversation Manager (BCM) System Implementation in Service-Oriented Enterprises

08/01/2018
by   Safiollah Heidari, et al.
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Business conversation manager is a system which makes organization's communications possible on computer system platforms and also within defined processes and relationships. This research reviews the literature of BCM systems and introduces and classifies the most important factors for successful implementation by investigating various references. The aim is to identify critical success factors in order to avoid high risk probabilities and facilitate the implementation and finally getting better outcomes. Next, factors are extracted from experts' points of view and they depicted as a model to show critical factors.

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