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Title:Assessment of the use of information management systems in the banking industry: a case study of Nigerian commercial banking system
Author:Abubakar, TijjaniISNI
Year:2005
Periodical:African Research and Documentation
Issue:98
Pages:61-68
Language:English
Geographic term:Nigeria
Subjects:information management
commercial banks
information technology
Abstract:Using the survey method, this study investigates information management in commercial banks in Nigeria. The population constituted the 365 and 248 branches of First Bank and Union Bank respectively. Both purposive and random sampling procedures were used to select the two oldest banks and 129 branches as samples for the study and the 279 samples of the respondents surveyed. The findings revealed that information sources generated are technical reports, statistical data and articles from magazines and newspapers. The technology most used to manage information is electronic mail and computers. Information technology is most important in the storage of data and dissemination of information. The findings indicate that information is used in managerial functions such as planning, controlling, organizing, directing and staffing. Bibliogr., sum. [Journal abstract]
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