Logistics Information Management: Volume 15 Issue 3


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Application service providers: issues and challenges

Sushil K. Sharma, Jatinder N.D. Gupta

The distributed corporate networking technology environments of the 1970s and 1980s are gaining new life, only this time the move toward distributed networks is being led…

Managing the ASP process: a resource‐oriented taxonomy

C. Bruce Kavan, Shaila M. Miranda, Shaila M. Miranda

Application service providers (ASPs) represent the new wave of business information technology delivery. However, there is little formal literature that helps us…

Managing IT outsourcing: a value‐driven approach to outsourcing using application service providers

Lei‐da Chen, Khalid S. Soliman

Organizations, both large and small, are increasingly outsourcing their applications to application service providers (ASPs) for a variety of reasons such as cost…

Delivering enterprise resource planning systems through application service providers

Yamaya Ekanayaka, Wendy L. Currie, Phil Seltsikas

This paper presents research findings from an in‐depth study on the global application service provider (ASP) industry. It explores the potential for Web‐enabling…

Outsourcing opportunities for data warehousing business usage

David Preston, Kathryn Brohman

IIntroduces a conceptual model developed to explore outsourcing of data warehouse usage by organizations. Data warehouse business users rely on reporting, ad hoc analysis…

Comparative analysis between the public and private sectors on the IS/IT outsourcing practices in a developing country: a field study

Abdulwahed Khalfan, Tom G. Gough

This paper presents an overview of a national case study exploring the IS/IT outsourcing phenomenon in the public and private sectors of a developing country. Kuwait has…



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