INTELLECTUAL ECONOMICS 2007, Number 1(1)REVIEWS
INTELECTUALIZED INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN THE ECONOMY
Mykolas Romeris University Publishing Centre. Vilnius. Lithuania 2007 Nr.1(1), p. 89-90
The objectives of this book are concerned with the development of intelligent information systems and information communication
technologies for better understanding and evaluating management processes. The aims of the monograph of professor doctor
Dalë Dzemydienë are to educate business leaders, specialists and information system developers that will function as agents for
change toward sustainable development, and promote the role of eco-efficiency, innovation and corporate technological, social
The book discusses the application and impact of information systems, how to make them to work by methods of artificial intelligence and support many different decision making processes.
The management of sustainable development of processes should be evaluated via the three perspectives: of economic growth, ecological balance, and social progress. The book reveals some aspects of management of sustainable development processes. Properly set strategic plans and information infrastructure will make it possible to reduce costs, improve work conditions, minimize the risk, and create new opportunities, when analysing existing and evolving business entities. In addition, the analysis of artificial intelligence methods and systems design possibilities will make it possible to clearly define the situation for decision support, at the same time, making it possible to assess potential investment projects, the nature of the economic development, and ecological balance.
The book is well designed and contains many useful components, which will be helpful to students and teachers, management specialists and conceptual designers of information systems.