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Vol. 11, No. 2
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Do small businesses need DSS?
by Dan Power

Today decision-making is more difficult for all managers including those in small businesses. On the positive side, there is a greater emphasis on fact-based decision-making in all businesses. This complex decision-making environment creates a need for computerized decision support. Many small organizations have decision support as part of the accounting system or as a standalone computer application. With the recession apparently ending, and a new cycle of technology spending starting, managers of small independent businesses need to consider the possibilities of new systems for customer relationship management, preparing bids, business intelligence and performance monitoring. What are the rules for building successful decision support applications?

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