Developing a DSS for performance evaluation: A case study in Export Developing Bank of Iran

Zahra Jalaeian Zafarani; Mehdi Seifbarghy Seifbarghy

Volume 1, Issue 3 , June 2014, Pages 1-18

  In this paper, we propose a new model on personnel performance evaluationconsidering the job specifications so that the personnel are evaluatedbased on the job rather than only individual specifications. This is the majorcontribution of this paper. Based on the proposed model, for both individualand ...  Read More

Performance Evaluation of Information Technology (IT) Industries using a hybrid approach of SERVQUAL, DEA and FMCDM Case Study: System Group Co.

Alireza Alinezhad; Ramin Hakimian

Volume 1, Issue 3 , June 2014, Pages 19-46

  In developed countries synchronous with improving and developing systemsand quality management technique in manufacturing industries, usingthese models and techniques in service industries has been increasedremarkably. Unfortunately in developing countries primary needs havebeen led to one-dimension ...  Read More

Method for Measuring Information Technology Program Risk by Fuzzy Approach

Ameneh Khadivar; Fatemeh Abbas

Volume 1, Issue 3 , June 2014, Pages 47-69

  AbstractInformation technology program is composed of several related projectswhich managing them with each other and program management integratedthese efforts but it does not manage project independent. The mainfactor that causes failing in these information technology programs is lessattention to ...  Read More

Identify and prioritize the barriers to the implementation of RFID in supply chain management (Case study of Food Technology)

Reza Sepahvand; Hadi Balouei jamkhaneh; Mohsen Arefnezahd

Volume 1, Issue 3 , June 2014, Pages 71-98

  Simultaneity with development of science and technology, Concurrentwith the development of science and technology in modern methods of obtaininginformation quickly, the food supply chain in the past few decades,accelerated in this regard by way of radio frequency identification (RFID)is one of the defining ...  Read More

Identification and Ranking the Factors Influencing User Acceptation of Information Technology

Mahmoud Jafarpoor; Mohamad Mehdi Bahramzadeh

Volume 1, Issue 3 , June 2014, Pages 99-137

  The study is mainly aimed to present and evaluate a conceptual model for useracceptance of information technology that is performed by a descriptive/surveyresearch regarding its nature. The conceptual model was designed through investigatingexisting models and identification of effective variables on ...  Read More

Information and Communication Technologies and the Place of Electronic Tourism in it

Abolfazl Tajzadeh-Namin; Aidin Tajzadeh-Namin; Pantea Salehi Sadaghiani; Mohammad Reza Taghva

Volume 1, Issue 3 , June 2014, Pages 139-164

  Tourism is an information intensive industry. In the current article the effectsand transformations that the information and communication technologies arecreated in the tourism network in the cases such as the omission of the intermediariesand providing information, creating the relation among players ...  Read More

Factors that influence acceptance of web-based e-learning systems for the in-service education

Mohammad Reza Taghva; Ebrahim Rajabpour; Sara Babaahmadi

Volume 1, Issue 3 , June 2014, Pages 165-188

  Web-based e-learning is not restricted by time or place and can provideteachers with a learning environment that is flexible and convenient, enablingthem to efficiently learn, quickly develop their professional expertise,and advance professionally. This study aims has been evaluate the acceptanceof using ...  Read More