NEW ALGORITHMS IMPROVING THE WORK OF AN INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR THE BAILIFF’S OFFICE
Piotr Ciechañski, (),
Marcin B¹ka³a and
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Piotr Ciechañski,: Lodz University of Technology Faculty of Electrical, Electronic, Computer and Control Engineering
Marcin B¹ka³a: University of Lodz, Faculty of Economics and Sociology
Anna B¹ka³a: University of Lodz, Faculty of Economics and Sociology
Polish Journal of Management Studies, 2013, vol. 8, issue 1, 45-56
The use of ICT enables enterprises to increase their overall efficiency and makes them more competitive. Bailiff office can be an example of a firm not from ICT branch, but widely using new information technologies. The idea of this paper is to show some modifications of existing algorithms of an information system for a bailiffs office to enhance its efficiency. This concerns selected processes essential for efficient work of the office. In the first part of the paper the needs and the opportunities of information technologies for the bailiffs are shown. The necessity of EDI use especially in a bailiffs office has been pointed. Some work areas of the application Komornik SQL where efficiency problems appear have also been presented. These caused lower work of the whole team. Then solutions tending to eliminate human error and manual data introducing as well as its verification have also been described. Four algorithms improving the mentioned system are presented.
Keywords: bailiffs; bailiffs office; efficiency; information system for the bailiffs (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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