Information System Resources and Organizational Performance: Case of Apparel Sector in Sri Lanka

Aynul Sowmiya Badhurudheen


Identifying the business value of Information System (IS) resources has been a major concern of managers in Sri Lanka due to the large-scale investments they do for planting IS resources in firms. In the past decade, Sri Lankan organizations have increased their investments in IS significantly with the expectation that these investments will improve firm performance. So, understanding whether IS resources significantly contribute towards the growth of performance is critical at present and if the IS investments doesn’t contribute in improving the firm performance it is useless to do heavy investments on IS resource. Thus, aim of this research is to identify the effects of IS resources on firm’s performance in Sri Lankan context seeking evidence from the apparel industry. Findings of this research revealed that IS resources significantly contributing to improved organizational performance in Sri Lanka.

Keywords: Human Capital, Infrastructure Flexibility, Relationship Quality, Information System Resources.


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