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The result may be an organization with fewer hierarchical levels and smaller staffs. Further, it will be necessary to strongly integrate the DTS with other information systems that: (a) provide the data for the decision analyses (such as transaction processing and management information systems) and (b) communicate findings and suggested actions to affected parties (such as groupware and other management communication systems). While such intersystem integration is commonplace among the individual decision making and the data processing and communication systems, this intersystem sharing will be even more crucial for DTS success.
Access to Justice, Denial of Justice and International Investment Law by Francesco Francioni