GREEN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE
Ma³gorzata Pañkowska () and
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Ma³gorzata Pañkowska: The University of Economics in Katowice
Anna So³tysik-Piorunkiewicz: The University of Economics in Katowice
Polish Journal of Management Studies, 2013, vol. 8, issue 1, 220-229
Green or environmentally friendly Information Technology (IT) refers to goods and services considered to inflict minimal or no harm to the environment. Enterprise information systems undoubtedly should undertake the burden of facilitating the waste emission and electric power usage reduction by pursuing a low waste supply chain management practice and energy cost-efficient IT. The paper aims to present co-packing enterprise information system case study for support of that thesis.
Keywords: green IT; management information system; greening information system; logistics enterprise (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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