عنوان مقاله [English]
Identifying appropriate decision-making methods shapes one of major concern of Information technology managers. Fuzzy analytical hierarchy process (FAHP) can be a good option in this field. Developing FAHP model, in this research 2 Information technology management capability criterion options is evaluated and reported, including information technology capabilities and Data quality. In this study Polling Expert opinion on options and criteria weights, shapes inputs of the model. According to obtained results, Fuzzy AHP is applicable in such decisions and is an appropriate apparatus. Findings indicate that human resource is the most important organizational information technology capability. Also, intrinsic criteria of data are the most critical dimension of Data quality.
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