Governance of Information System Development as Tourism Support Used IT Balanced Scorecard and Mc Farlan
Arifin, Fajrin Nurman
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Nowdays, tourism becomes an object that is being development targeted by government. Government efforts in the development of tourism is done through many ways and media, one of which is a service through information system. Information system in its governance and development requires a structured pattern for the direction of its development more effectively and efficiently. Therefore we need a way to be managed better. Mc Farlan matrix has a pattern of governance development by grouping based on the criteria of needs and objectives of information system development according to the strategy of the organization, whereas IT Balanced Scorecard (BSC) method is a pattern analysis conducted to measure organizational readiness or initial conditions. Both methods show a way that can be used to manage, classify and measure of the development of organizational information systems as a form of tourism carrying capacity.
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