Global Information Systems in the Publishing Domain: an Experience Report
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
This chapter discusses how globalization in the publishing domain is achieved through global information and communication systems. Global information systems (GIS) enable not only integration of applications within an organization (leading to what is known as EAI), but also enable extensive connectivity between applications across varied platforms and software domains both within and outside the organization. This timely connectivity has created tremendous opportunities for the publishing industry - increasingly dependent on split-second timings to report news - to integrate its business processes as well as devise new and innovative ways of collecting, assimilating, and disbursing information. This chapter is based on the experience of the lead author in one of Australia's largest publishing groups, John Fairfax Holdings Ltd.
Citation / Publisher Attribution
Global Information Systems in the Publishing Domain: an Experience Report, in Y.-C. Lan (Ed.), Global Information Society: Operating Information Systems in a Dynamic Global Business Environment, IGI Global, p. 265-294
Scholar Commons Citation
Payne, Christopher and Unhelkar, Bhuvan, "Global Information Systems in the Publishing Domain: an Experience Report" (2005). School of Information Systems and Management Sarasota Manatee Campus Faculty Publications. 41.