The need for information and information processing in business management has not received much attention as a competitive tool in the past. Today, accurate, timely and on-site information can give businesses a competitive edge. Accordingly, the importance of information systems, which transfers the information gathered from the business environment to the business in a certain order and presents it to the relevant user groups, has started to increase for businesses. In fact, businesses that can use their information systems and strategies as a tool and support in practice have managed to go one step further in the competition race.
In order for businesses to survive in today's competitive and volatile world, they need to develop competitive strategies and flexibly adapt these strategies to suit the conditions of the day. To achieve this, one of the most important resources required for businesses is now "knowledge". In order to develop flexible and competitive strategies, the information to be collected from the external environment of the business must be transferred to the business in a certain order and used efficiently. This will only be possible with effective information systems management. The role of information systems is gradually increasing in developing future plans and increasing competitiveness in businesses. Businesses, that grasp this, have started to carry out planning and implementation processes related to information systems in parallel with the planning and implementation activities of organizational strategies. Accordingly, strategic information systems are gaining more and more importance for businesses.