Reasons why organizations and companies turn to software:
- Occurrence of information explosion phenomenon and failure to provide appropriate and necessary information for decision making.
- The changing environments of organizations and the rapid growth of change.
- Reduce management complexity.
- Independence of different organizational units.
- Improving and increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization’s activities.
- Occurrence of information power phenomenon in employees and managers of lower levels in the organization.
- Busy managers and lack of time.
- Existence of improper communication in the organization.
- Lack of proper control systems in the organization.
- The need to speed up decisions.
- Lack of financial resources and cost reduction.
Now the question that arises is what is good software and what are its features? Some of the features that can be considered a good organizational software are:
- Provide information with appropriate features in terms of content, time and form for the manager.
- The manager’s goals and information needs are fully responsive and can help him in solving problems and decision making.
- Have the ability to develop and improve in the future because the information needs of managers change over time.
- To be accepted by its leaders, employees and users and to consider the human aspects well.
- The cost of design, installation, operation and maintenance is economically viable.
- The method of working with it is simple.
- In addition to being user-friendly, the system should establish a good relationship with its user and give him the necessary instructions when necessary.