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Making decisions about acquiring software aren't an "easy business". Who are the stakeholders who would be involved in the decision? Who might be responsible for the final decision?

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Making decisions about acquiring software aren't an "easy business". Who are the stakeholders who would be involved in the decision? Who might be responsible for the final decision?

There are two main groups of stakeholders involved in this decision, the internal, and the external stakeholders. The internal stakeholders include the employees who will be both implementing and working with the software. This group is significant because based on the software ...

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Making decisions about acquiring software aren't an "easy business". Who are the stakeholders who would be involved in the decision? Who might be responsible for the final decision?

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