implementation such implementation is very likely to fail no matter how much

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implementation, such implementation is very likely to fail, no matter how much money is invested in these systems. The ideas have been put forward, and the road is open; further research will be needed to cast more light on the way in which action should be taken on both the organizational culture and the IS, so that they may become a source of competitive advantage and all this entails.
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