Strategic Information Systems Planning (SISP) is increasingly regarded as critical to help business organizations decide their preferences and priorities that are pertinent to IS&T investment, and to ensure that the adoption of such technologies will culminate in tangible business gains and drive value creation for competitive advantages. This study is part of a much wider scoped-research that is concerned with SISP in UAE organizations. The objective of this explorative research is to provide insights on the SISP implementation processes in one of the organizations in the UAE. Future studies would follow to examine multiple organizations and to evaluate the effectiveness of SISP on the organizations performance and to track success factors, strengths weaknesses, processes, methods, techniques, and tools that practitioners are adopting.
Abdallah, Salam and Albadri, Fayez, "Strategic information systems planning: A case in the context of United Arab Emirates" (2009). CONF-IRM 2009 Proceedings. 22.