The Role of Information Management Systems in the Implementation of the Digital Economy Development Strategy
Keywords:Information Systems, Management, Strategy, Digital Economy, Business Processes
Purpose: The aim of this study is to demonstrate the role that management information systems can play in developing the digital economy.
Theoretical framework. The theory of optimal discrete-continuous control, the principles of Pontryagin, Bellman and Markov and the theory of the development of digital interactions were used.
Design/methodology/approach: The systematic literature review was built from the content analysis of papers from the Web of Science and Scopus database. The papers were analyzed from descriptive, bibliographic, methodological, results and citation characteristics.
Findings: From the results, it was noted that Russia is the absolute position in studies related to digital economies and the role that management information systems can play in developing and achieving strategic development, growth and efficiency.
Research, Practical & Social implications: Many more publications could not be included for generalisation reasons because the study included data from two databases. Additionally, our research shows that there aren’t many journals that have written about cause-related digital economy.
Originality/value. A model of digital control and development of digital interactions has been proposed and investigated, which takes into account the influence of the "white noise" effect in the system.
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