Business-information systems strategic alignment readiness maturity level: Corporate and business-technology driver perspective

Asep Wahyudin, Risna Desmayanti, Munir, Harry B. Santoso, Zainal A. Hasibuan

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Alignment between business and information system strategies is considered as an important aspect that brings critical information for many determining indicators of the undertaking organisation. Relevant to the statement, this study used Strategic Alignment Maturity Model (SAMM) as the basis for determining the utilization level of information systems in the overall business operations. Instruments-designed preparation and description of strategy recommendations were determined through expert judgment. Software was designed to facilitate the assessment process and automate recommended strategy is needed as the result. Through this software, organisations were able to find out the position and level of information systems align with business objectives while they were also able to find out recommendations for developing future strategic plans based on their performance situation with a focus on their critical areas. Lastly, we also conducted a conformity analysis with the idea of business and technology driver in information system strategic planning. The results are useful for strategic planning. Therefore, determining the level of readiness by using a more serious combination of SAMM with business/technology driver would be a further study to be focused.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1260-1270
Number of pages11
JournalJournal of Engineering Science and Technology
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2019


  • Business/ technology driver
  • Information system strategic planning
  • Readiness level
  • Strategic alignment maturity model


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