Executive computing can have a major impact on the nature of executive work and the way that organisations function. This paper presents an exploratory study of current practices and business benefits of executive computing in Australia. The first aim of this research was to explore how executives rank executive computing benefits. The second aim was to see how executive computing benefits crosstabulate and correlate with organisational factors, such as, executive position, executive computer access, formal and in-house training. Results showed executives felt that the EIS provides more timely and accurate information, helps to improve the presentation of data and aids executive decision making.
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