Which of the following is MOST likely to result from a business process reengineering (BPR) project?
An increased number of people using technology
Significant cost savings, through a reduction in the complexity of information technology
A weaker organizational structures and less accountability
Increased information protection (IP) risk will increase
A BPR project more often leads to an increased number of people using technology, and this would
be a cause for concern. Incorrect answers:
As BPR is often technology oriented, and this technology is usually more complex and volatile
than in the past, cost savings do not often materialize in this areA.
There is no reason for IP to conflict with a BPR project, unless the project is not run properly.