DR. ILAN (DANIELS) RAHIMI

DR. ILAN (DANIELS) RAHIMI

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND HEAD OF PRE-ACADEMIC PREPARATORY PROGRAMS

Curriculum Vitae       

  • Professional Experience:
    Initiated and founded the company K2P; COO for ‎academic-technological development, Ono Academic College; president of Imagine, a developer of medical CRM solutions; CIO, Ono Academic College; founder, Daniels: Consulting and Systems Analysis; board member, Israel Chamber of Information Systems Analysts; board member, 60 Plus Minus Association; Israeli Academic Advocate in ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association); appointed by the Prime Minister to the State of Israel National Committee on Information Technology; government appointment to a committee for recognizing Holocaust survivors; member and academic advisor to Eyes on the Road Association to promote traffic safety. 

           
    Active partner in initiating and organizing educational and social events to promote a variety of sectors including special education, yeshivas that combine study with Army service, development areas, poor neighborhoods, etc.; Member of Israel Chamber of Information Systems Analysts and chairman of its professional committee

 

  • Education:
    2005: D.B.A., Manchester Business School, ‎University of Manchester, England
    1999: M.B.A. in marketing, Manchester Business School, ‎University of Manchester
    1997: B.A. in computer science and systems analysis, College of Management, Rishon Lezion, Israel

 

  • Subjects Taught:
    Project management for information systems analysis; information systems policy; programming; organization-wide information systems.

 

  • Research Interests:
    Organization-wide information systems like BI, ERP, CRM; assimilation of the EL systems. 

  • Publications:

    1. Rahimi, I. & Berman U. (2009). "Building a CSF framework for CRM Implementation", Journal of Database Marketing & Customer Strategy Management.

           
    2.
    Da Silva, R. & Rahimi, I. (2006). “A Critical Success Factor Model for CRM Implementation”, International Journal of Electronic Customer Management.
           
    3. Da Silva, R. & Rahimi, I. (2004). "Issues in Implementing CRM: A Case Study", Issues in Informing Science & Information Technology Journal, Vol. 1, p. 1053-1064.

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