Criteria for Information Systems Evaluation (CISE)

The Criteria for Information Systems Evaluation (CISE) model is a set of criteria for discussing and thinking about information systems.

Below, you can find a table consisting all of the criteria. Hover with mouse pointer over links to see a description of the criterion. Click the link to see the description and a literature hint (where applicable).

As an alternative to the table there is also a graphical representation.

The CISE model is one of the major findings presented in the thesis Organization-level information systems: Tools for supporting the development process. Please refer to this text for more information on how to use the CISE model.




Class (5) Topic (17) Criterion (88) C W O
Organization Control Decision accuracy      
Decision speed      
Explicit roles      
Flexibility      
Follows laws      
Knowledge management      
Manageability      
Overview      
Standards      
Support      
Economy Competitiveness      
Customer satisfaction      
Productivity      
ROI      
Running costs      
Sufficient resources      
Mood Employee commitment      
Maintenance      
Management commitment      
Sanctioned      
Performance Congestion      
Fail rate      
Transmission      
Underfeed      
Individual Communication Belonging      
Competence      
Informedness      
Social interaction      
Emancipation Democracy      
Influence      
Learning      
Satisfaction      
Ergonomy Control      
Overload      
Stress      
Underfeed      
Information Access Accessibility      
Format      
Searchability      
Durability Archivability      
Evidence      
Movability      
Original look      
Portability      
Traceability      
Quality Accuracy      
Freedom of bias      
Importance      
Relevance      
Reliability      
Uniqueness      
Technology Hardware Management      
Performance      
Scalability      
Security Channel redundancy      
Secrecy      
Stability      
Supplier activity      
Validity      
Software Administration      
Availability      
Changeability      
Compatibility      
Licensing      
Replacability      
Saliency      
Standard components      
Usability Configurability      
Effectiveness      
Efficiency      
Errorproneness      
Learnability      
Memorability      
Systemics Cybernetics Amplifiers      
Feedback      
Filters      
Requisite variety      
Sensors      
Viability      
Model conformance ITIL      
Living systems      
SSM      
VSM      
Systems properties Congruence      
Cultural feasibility      
Efficacy      
Process support      
Systemic desirability      


The contents of this page is Copyrighted (C) 2010 by Joel Palmius. Its contents may not be reprinted without written permission. In the case the CISE model is to be used, referred to or extended, this is ok as long as proper references are made to the thesis in which it was originally published. The current page should not be used for literary references.