The Impact of Information Technology on Information System Effectiveness in Jordanian Telecommunication Companies


  •  Majd Al-Hawamdeh    
  •  Shaker Alkshali    

Abstract

This study aimed to test the impact of information technology on Information systems effectiveness in Jordanian Telecom Companies. The study adopted a five-dimensional scale to measure information technology (people, hardware, software, databases, and networks), while the information systems' effectiveness was measured through four dimensions: end-user satisfaction, system usage, system security and suitability of the system for management levels. To achieve study aims, a descriptive-analytical method was used. The study was conducted on a sample of (152) managers working in these companies. This study found that there is a high-level average for information technology dimensions and Information Systems effectiveness dimensions. Also, the results showed a significant impact of information technology dimensions (people, software, databases, and networks) except hardware on effectiveness information systems. It was also evident that there a significant impact of information technology on Information systems effectiveness dimensions (end-user satisfaction, system usage, system security and suitability of the system for management levels).


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  • ISSN(Print): 1913-8989
  • ISSN(Online): 1913-8997
  • Started: 2008
  • Frequency: quarterly

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