From Business Models to IT-Systems - A Systematic Literature Review of Methods to How Produce IT-Systems Fit-for-Purpose

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School of Business | Bachelor's thesis
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2018
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Tieto- ja palvelujohtaminen
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en
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25+1
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Research has shown that companies with IT-systems aligned with its business strategy are achieving competitive advantage, but the process of developing fit-for-purpose systems is not a trivial task. Development methods are studied both from the business domain by IT-alignment research and from the software engineering domain by requirements engineering research. Both domains approach the problem slightly differently, but with the shared outcome, and as a result, the domains are interrelated. Modern literature proposes a variety of new approaches that interestingly combine the fields in the hopes of building IT-systems that serves the business strategy, or more increasingly to build completely new business models with IT as a central component. This systematic literature review seeks to uncover methods proposing to solve these problems.
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Bragge, Johanna
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IT-alignment, requirements engineering, business model, IT-system
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