Adaptability of automated information systems by the development sector in developing countries: a case study

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Ahmed, B., Haq, B., Ali, K. and Iqbal, M. 2021. Adaptability of automated information systems by the development sector in developing countries: a case study. International Conference on Computing, Electronic and Electrical Engineering (ICE Cube). Quetta, Pakistan 26 - 27 Oct 2021 IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICECube53880.2021.9628254
TypeConference paper
TitleAdaptability of automated information systems by the development sector in developing countries: a case study
AuthorsAhmed, B., Haq, B., Ali, K. and Iqbal, M.
Abstract

The information technology has significantly transformed and enhanced the transparency, quality, and accountability of data in various sectors. The automation reduced data manipulation and enabled a data-driven decision-making environment based on the facts, trends, and statistics. The USAID’s Data Quality Standards ensured the validity, integrity, precision, reliability, and timeliness of data stored in both automated and non-automated systems. In this research, a case study is discussed, focusing on the status of adaptability of automated information systems by the development sector in developing countries. The research identified the status-quo of availability of automated and non-automated information systems, the challenges in the adaptation of the systems, and tendency of the organizations in adaptation of the automated systems. The results articulated that many organizations have adapted both non-automated and automated information systems, and there is high tendency in adaptation of the automated information systems by development sector specially in the developing countries, like Pakistan. However, lack of specific budget and technical staff is a challenge during the transition from non-automated to, and the utilization of, automated information systems.

LanguageEnglish
ConferenceInternational Conference on Computing, Electronic and Electrical Engineering (ICE Cube)
ISBN
Electronic9781665401548
Paperback9781665401555
PublisherIEEE
Publication dates
Online07 Dec 2021
Print26 Oct 2021
Publication process dates
Deposited21 Jan 2022
Accepted06 Sep 2021
Output statusPublished
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1109/ICECube53880.2021.9628254
Book title2021 International Conference on Computing, Electronic and Electrical Engineering (ICE Cube)
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