Sometimes not all organizations are able to serve or can economically afford the implementation of an EISA. In this scenario information system is the best need for the organization. However, if an organization cannot afford the enterprise approach it should implement an alternative strategy for management of the organizational information system implementation.
This section presents some alternative strategies for meeting the need for information systems. It will specify some strategies that could support in handling and implementing the new technology structures. In this scenario the initial approach we will use is purchasing pre-written software. In this scenario we will purchase off-the-shelf software packages that are freely obtainable on the marketplace and are written by the software developers as well as tested systematically before being released into the marketplace. In this alternative approach comprehensive help and managing manuals, software technical and user support are also available (Doherty, Marplesa, & Suhaimi, 1999) & (Babu, Singh, & Sachdeva, 2000).
Another alternative approach is the use of application development tools. In this scenario our corporation can make use of the computer aided software engineering (CASE) tool that can help analyze as well as design the new application and information systems/ software (Hirschheim, livari, & Klein, 1997).
Another approach is the use of software houses or bureaus services. In this scenario we will use the facilities of the software house in resolving software and computer hardware related issues for the short-term for data processing, system development and as well as for back up facilities. To do this, we will establish a contract for the overall development of the information system. This will be helpful in resource handling and management of the overall corporate resources. In this way the business will be able to assess the requirements of the