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Title: A Framework for Portal Implementation: A Case for Saudi Organizations
Authors: Abdullah S. Al-Mudimigh
Zahid Ullah
Talal Abdullah Alsubaie
Keywords: Critical success factors; Portal; Organization; Business; Employee
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: Portals provide an aggregated and personalized view of information through a large application integrating information, people, and processes across organizational boundaries. As such, portals can significantly impact organizations, completely changing how they work and operate. In addition, many critical success factors can affect portals at any stage of implementation. Many organizations lack suitable frameworks for implementing portals to ensure success in the organization, customer satisfaction, and employee morale. To address this gap, we proposed a comprehensive framework to develop and operate portal projects by considering specific critical success factors. We have evaluated and compared this work with previous work in the same field, more accurate and significant results.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/15560
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