eNatis - What went Wrong?
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eNatis: What Went Wrong?

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CASE STUDY. On 31 May 2007, Werner Koekemoer, project manager for the eNaTIS (a new national traffic information system) in the Department of Transport, and Johan Vorster, project director of Tasima (the consortium that had developed the system), met to reflect on the highly publicised failure of the new traffic information system on 12 April, just over a month before.

Produit

Abstract

On 31 May 2007, Werner Koekemoer, project manager for the eNaTIS (a new national traffic information system) in the Department of Transport, and Johan Vorster, project director of Tasima (the consortium that had developed the system), met to reflect on the highly publicised failure of the new traffic information system on 12 April, just over a month before. However, in view of the excellent transaction statistics for the month of May, they were inclined to believe that the system had experienced only “normal technical teething problems” during April. Yet, could it be that other factors contributed to the national crisis, they wondered?

Teaching Objectives

To generate learning about the success factors and pitfalls involved in implementing large-scale information technology systems.

Information complémentaire

Année

2008

Éditeur

Wits Business School Case Centre

Format

PDF

Industrie

Information technology, IT system implementation, traffic information

Institution

Wits Business School

Langue

Anglais

Nombre de pages

24

Taille

557 ko

Annexe

Oui

Numéro centre de cas

WBS-2008-7

Notes pédagogiques

Non

Licence

Enseignement par professeur, Utilisation personnelle

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