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    • The Alternatives to Succession in the Family Business 

      O'Reilly, William (Dublin Business School, 1996)
      This project looks at the alternative options open to the owner of a family business in which there is no available or suitable successor. The traditional options of selling and liquidating the business are examined along ...
    • Analysing the changes in mobile technologies and how they have impacted on consumer purchase behaviour in clothing retailers 

      Kemple, Fiona (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      The researcher analyses changes in mobile technologies and how it has impacted on consumer purchase behaviour. As a result of the researchers findings they ultimately decided further investigation would broaden data available ...
    • An analysis of IT risk management within a hospital 

      O'Duffy, Daragh (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      The overall aim of this dissertation is to carry out an Information Technology risk management assessment within a hospital. This will form the basis of recommendations for a revised contingency proposal. In this instance ...
    • An analysis of some of the current technologies for Web-DBMS integration 

      Nolan, Susan (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The Internet is explained together with its Intranet and Extranet implementations and the important development of peer-to-peer environments. The areas of application are set in context, from E-commerce through E-business ...
    • An analysis of staff retention in the Irish Celtic Tiger economy 

      Healy, Alice (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The topic chosen for this dissertation is that of the issue of staff retention in the Celtic Tiger economy first made its appearance on the Irish economic landscape in 1994. This dissertation concentrates particularly on ...
    • An analysis of the benefits that expert system technology can offer the insurance industry 

      Murphy, Brian (Portobello College, 2001)
      The birth of Expert System Technology occurred over thirty years ago with the introduction of 'Dendral' to the chemical industry. Since then over 12,500 expert systems have been developed for many different types of ...
    • An analysis of the Irish commercial insurance market through the implementation of e-business by way of the internet. 

      Walsh, Gerry (Dublin Business School, 2000)
      The Irish commercial insurance industry had remained unchanged up until the late 1950's early 1960's which brought about the introduction of computer is at ion. E-commerce within the general insurance sector has been in ...
    • An analysis of the uses of information technology by the Allied Irish Banks group Ireland 

      Costello, Colin (Dublin Business School, 1996)
      Based on a relationship between myself and the AIB IT department, this project describes in detail the multitude of hardware and software systems used both nationally and internationally by the AlB group. The analysis ...
    • Analysis of VHI's e-business strategy within the context of the Irish healthcare sector 

      Prew, Paul (Portobello College, 2000)
      The internet is transforming the way in which most businesses operate. Healthcare is also a business, a life and death business. It is inevitable that sooner rather than later the Irish healthcare sector will be forced to ...
    • The application of a billing system in a key business - Esat Digifone 

      Malone, Mary (Dublin Business School, 2000)
      This dissertation is concerned with the implementation of a Billing System in a Telecommunications Company in Ireland, in particular Esat Digifone. Esat Digifone launched in 1997 and has grown from strength to strength in ...
    • The Application Service Provision model : could this be the future of software delivery? 

      Mullarney, Etain (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The Software Industry is set for an overhaul. Information Technology is further infiltrating the 'Value Chain' and creating new revenue streams for those who embrace it. A new, strategic method for software delivery and ...
    • Are call centres really the "dark, satinic mills"of the 21st century 

      Murray, Declan (Dublin Business School, 2000)
      "The growth in call centres in Ireland, the UK and Continental Europe is one of most remarkable phenomena of the nineties. At the start of the decade, few would have anticipated the expansion in this sector, let alone it ...
    • Barcoding - computer-aided distribution 

      Murphy, Deirdre (Dublin Business School, 1994)
      The main text this project is discussed under three main sections. Each of these is a "stage" of barcoding. Each section develops in logical progression from the previous. The project commences with a profile of Wessel ...
    • Biometrics : the future of security 

      Fleming, Marc (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      In today's ever changing world security is one of the main issues that both organisations and authorities have to look at in a more effective manner. The new wave of crime does not come from people wielding guns and wearing ...
    • The biometrics industry with emphasis on Ireland 

      Buckley, Conor (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      On September 11th 2001, a terrorist attack was launched on the United States of America, targeting one city in particular - New York. Two planes were hi-jacked and flown into the Twin Tower Office block. The devastation ...
    • Bluetooth & existing wireless solutions 

      Flynn, Robert (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      With the ever-increasing complexity and advances in technology comes a new type of wireless communication facility. Bluetooth is the name given to a wireless short-range radio wave communication technology aimed at removing ...
    • Bluetooth and its interconnectivity in the 21 st Century 

      Alshaikh, Yasmina (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The aim of this thesis is to provide a good overview of the Bluetooth technology concept. It strives to cover aspects concerning how Bluetooth will affect individuals and businesses in the twenty first Century. The ...
    • Bluetooth technology 

      Keating, Eoin (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      Bluetooth is the name given to a new technology using short-range radio links, intended to replace the cable(s) connecting portable and/ or fixed electronic devices. It is envisaged that it will allow for the replacement ...
    • Broadband communications in Ireland: availability for the corporate & SME market 

      Barry, Quentin (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      This thesis is concerned mainly with the delivery strategies for broadband technologies within Ireland. Through the course of the document I have analyses information on an Industry level, a Service Provider level and a ...
    • Budgetary planning and control systems within American Express Ireland Limited 

      Lyons, Meriel (Dublin Business School, 1993)
      The objective of this project is to discuss the Budgetary Planning and Control Systems of American Express Ireland Ltd, applying relevant theoretical and practical research to it's evaluation and all conclusions reached. The ...