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Cross-strait information integration application strategy planning-A case study of Kinmen-Xiamen

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1 Author(s)
Tsai Cheng-Wang ; Dept. of Tourism Manage., Quemoy Univ., Kinmen, Taiwan

Due to the ever-increasingly evolution of the Cross-Strait economy and tourism communication, the Cross-Strait IT integration-application for the purpose of supply Cross-Strait three sides precise and real-time electronic information communication and improving service quality have become not only indispensable for Kinmen regional economic development critically but also essential for Cross-Strait interexchange. Hopefully, the case study conclusions and results of this research could be adopted by relevant competent authority as references. By reason of the concerns mentioned above, it has thus been devised in this research with a range inclusive of Kinmen and Xiamen regions, planning for the establishment of Cross-Strait information integration- application web platform in response to futuristic development.

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Computer Science and Information Processing (CSIP), 2012 International Conference on

Date of Conference:

24-26 Aug. 2012