• 2 Pages Project-3-Phases-3 (2)
    Project-3-Phases-3 (2)

    School: Temple

    Project 3 Phase 3 Google Analytics Results 1. My total visits are 112 which means my E-portfolio has been viewed 112 times. My bounce rate is 49.11% which means about half of the people who looked at my E-portfolio left and visited a different website aft

  • 5 Pages Chapter 10 Lecture Notes
    Chapter 10 Lecture Notes

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    Chapter 10 Lecture Notes 1. Primary threats to information systems security a. Natural disasters b. Accidents c. Employees and consultants d. Links to outside business contacts e. Outsiders 2. Computer crime a. The act of using a computer to commit an ill

  • 3 Pages Review Quiz 1 questions and answers
    Review Quiz 1 Questions And Answers

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    Review Quiz #1 1. An enterprise system that has not been customized is commonly referred to as _. a. A vanilla version b. A root version c. A core version d. None of the above 2. _ is a systematic, structured improvement approach by all or part of an orga

  • 3 Pages Review Quiz 2 questions and answers
    Review Quiz 2 Questions And Answers

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    Review Quiz #2 1. All the following are channels used for promotional campaigns except _. a. Twitter b. Telephone c. Direct mail d. All of the above are used 2. Categorizing customers based on statistical analysis of past behavior is _. a. Illegal b. Unet

  • 2 Pages Chapter 7 lecture notes
    Chapter 7 Lecture Notes

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    Chapter 7 Lecture Notes 1. Core business processes a. Traditional business functions: a.i. Marketing and sales a.ii. Supply chain management a.iii. Accounting and finance a.iv. Human resources b. Not distinct independent silos, but instead highly interrel

  • 2 Pages Chapter 8 Lecture Notes
    Chapter 8 Lecture Notes

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    Chapter 8 Lecture Notes 1. Supply chain is a collection of companies and processes moving a product 2. Benefits and problems with supply chains a. Potential benefits a.i. Just-in-time production (JIT) a.ii. Vendor-managed inventory (VMI) b. Potential prob

  • 3 Pages REVIEW NOTES Chapter 9
    REVIEW NOTES Chapter 9

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    REVIEW NOTES Chapter 9 Developing & Acquiring New Information Technology Systems 1. Justifying IT Systems requires making a Good Business Case: a. Build a strong, integrated set of arguments based on facts and evidence b. Prove that an information system

  • 3 Pages REVIEW NOTES Chapter 10
    REVIEW NOTES Chapter 10

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    Chapter 10 Securing Information Systems 1. Primary Threats to Information System Security: a. Natural disasters a.i. Power outages, hurricanes, floods b. Accidents b.i. Power outages, fire c. Employees and consultants (stealing confidential information) d

  • 4 Pages REVIEW NOTES Chapter 7 and 8
    REVIEW NOTES Chapter 7 And 8

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    REVIEW NOTES Chapter 7 Enhancing Business Processes Using ERP 1. Traditional functions: (primary focus of ERP systems; not silos, but highly interrelated) a. Marketing and sales b. Supply chain management c. Accounting and finance d. Human resources 2. Or

  • 2 Pages MIS Notes 1
    MIS Notes 1

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems In Organization

    MIS Notes Flattener #7 Supply chaining o Ex: Wal Mart o Integration of retailers, suppliers, and customers o Increases efficiency Flattener #8 In sourcing o Delegation of companys key operations to a subcontractor o UPS can engineer your wear house Flatte

  • 2 Pages MIS2101 NOTES 5
    MIS2101 NOTES 5

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems In Organization

    MIS2101 NOTES Bandwidth is the capacity to transmit information Servers, clients and peers Servers make sure everything goes to the right place, manage flow of information, replacing mainframes Internet created as an alternate communication in case of war

  • 6 Pages Chapter 9 Lecture Notes
    Chapter 9 Lecture Notes

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    Chapter 9 Lecture Notes 1. Business Case Objectives a. Build a strong, integrated set of arguments and evidence b. Prove that an information system adds value to the organization or its constituents c. Ferret out systems that are not adding value d. Propo

  • 3 Pages Review Quiz 4 questions and answers
    Review Quiz 4 Questions And Answers

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    Review Quiz #3 1. _ maintenance involves making enhancements to improve processing performance or interface usability or adding desired (but not necessarily required) system features. a. Preventive b. Perfective c. Corrective d. Adaptive 2. A _ is a repor

  • 4 Pages Part 2 Screenshots Plans A-D
    Part 2 Screenshots Plans A-D

    School: Temple

    Plan 1 Plan 2 Plan 3 Plan 4

  • 4 Pages Part 2 Spreadsheets Plan A-D
    Part 2 Spreadsheets Plan A-D

    School: Temple

    PLAN 1 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 490,000 490,000 980,000 1,075,000 1,401,667 2,803,333 1,660,000 2,594,444 5,188,889 900,000 2,629,630 5,259,259 140,000 1,893,086 3,786,173 70,000 1,332,058 2,664,115 0 888,038 1,776,077 0 592,026 1,184,051 0 394,684 7

  • 4 Pages Project-1-Business-Applications1
    Project-1-Business-Applications1

    School: Temple

    MIS 2101 Project 1 Business Applications Name PART A Customer Relationship Management QUESTIONS YOUR ANSWERS Developing a CRM strategy is discussed in chapter 8 of the Valacich book. What changes are necessary for an organization to successfully implemen

  • 43 Pages MIS 2101 Test2 Review
    MIS 2101 Test2 Review

    School: Temple

    Information Systems Today, 4e (Valacich/Schneider) Chapter 4 Managing the Information Systems Infrastructure 1) Google's data center has been set up in The Dalles, OR due to all of the following EXCEPT: A) high-speed connectivity. B) access to unlimited w

  • 3 Pages MIS 2101 Test 1 Review
    MIS 2101 Test 1 Review

    School: Temple

    MIS Test 1 MIS Question Answer Information is when data/ facts are used in a meaningful and What is Information? useful context What are the 5 fundamental The five components of a computer based information system components of a computer based are: Hardw

  • 18 Pages MIS 2101 Project-1-Business-Applications
    MIS 2101 Project-1-Business-Applications

    School: Temple

    MIS 2101 Project 1 Business Applications Name xxxxxxxxxxxx Instructions This assignment has three major parts. Each part involves reading, interacting with some software, copying computer screen images into your assignment to demonstrate your work, and re

  • 10 Pages MIS 2101 finalguide
    MIS 2101 Finalguide

    School: Temple

    MIS 2101 Final Exam Study Guide: Carey ODonnell Sections 005 & 401 Chapters 7 thru 10 Chap 7: Enhancing Business Processes Using ERP Traditional business functions: (primary focus of ERP systems; not silos, but highly interrelated) Marketing and sales S

  • 1 Page mis google anayltics
    Mis Google Anayltics

    School: Temple

    Brittany Bardo MIS 2101 4/5/2013 Project 3 - Google Analytics Community.mis.temple.edu/bbardo

  • 1 Page google analytics
    Google Analytics

    School: Temple

  • 3 Pages Review Quiz 3 questions and answers
    Review Quiz 3 Questions And Answers

    School: Temple

    Course: Management Information Systems

    Review Quiz #3 1. Which of the following is not one of the five phases of the systems development life cycle? a. Systems analysis b. Systems implementation c. Systems design d. Systems resource acquisition 2. Which of the follow is the correct order of ph

  • 2 Pages MIS Note 2
    MIS Note 2

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems In Organization

    MIS Notes Medium size world- New world Small world-railroad Tiny sized world-tech Triple convergence o Enables work, together, enhancing collaboration o Move from vertical to horizontal collaboration o Inclusion from vertical to horizontal collaboration o

  • 2 Pages MIS2101 Notes 6
    MIS2101 Notes 6

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems In Organization

    MIS2101 Notes ERP= enterprise resource planning; an IS that integrates business activities across detrimental boundaries, including planning, manufacturing, sales, marketing and so on SCE= Supply Chain Execution System implementation and Conversion strate

  • 1 Page Inclass_Classifying_Information_Systems
    Inclass_Classifying_Information_Systems

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems Organization

    MIS070 In-Class Exercise Classifying Information Systems Overview Weve discussed several different types of information systems: Transaction Processing Systems (TPS) Management Information Systems (MIS) Decision Support Systems (DSS) Executive Support Sys

  • 5 Pages mis2101_spring-2009-syllabus-ambler
    Mis2101_spring-2009-syllabus-ambler

    School: Temple

    MIS 2101 - Information Systems in Organizations - Syllabus Fall 2008 Instructor Information Office Information Office Hours Class Location Prerequisite Sunil Wattal 209D Speakman Hall (swattal@temple.edu) Ph: 215 204 3059 Monday 7:10 8:10pm at Ambl

  • 28 Pages week-9-accounting
    Week-9-accounting

    School: Temple

    Accounting process MIS2101: Management Information Systems Week 10: 1 Based on material developed by C.J. Marselis Agenda Introduction to Accounting Problems due to lack of Information Enron Case ERP and Sarbanes Oxely 2 Introduction

  • 34 Pages week-11-evaluating-emerging-technology-trends
    Week-11-evaluating-emerging-technology-trends

    School: Temple

    MIS 2101 Week 11: Evaluating Emerging Technology Trends 1 E.T. Emerging Technologies New and developing technologies, especially in the Information Technology fields Sciencebased innovations that have the potential to create a new industry o

  • 1 Page project-2-erp-instructions
    Project-2-erp-instructions

    School: Temple

    MIS 2101 Project 2 ERP Project using SAP Due Date: April 14th, 2009 Introduction This project gives you an opportunity to try SAP, considered to be the industry leader in ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems. Create a Word file containing your

  • 3 Pages mis-2101-midterm-study-guide
    Mis-2101-midterm-study-guide

    School: Temple

    MIS 2101 Midterm Study Guide Spring 2009 The exam will consist of all the topics that we discussed in the class, as well as the questions posted on the discussion board under Question Bank. Here is the list of relevant topics. While I have tried to m

  • 6 Pages sample-midterm
    Sample-midterm

    School: Temple

    MIS2101 SampleMidtermExam Spring2009 Maximumpoints:45 Time:50mins Thissampleexamisintendedtoprovideamodelforthetypeofquestionsaskedduringthe midterm.Thenumberofquestionsandthetimedurationmaybedifferentintheactual exam.Theremaybeabonusquestionworth2

  • 58 Pages week-7-enterprise-information-systems
    Week-7-enterprise-information-systems

    School: Temple

    Week 7: Enterprise Information Systems MIS 2101: Management Information Systems Agenda Graham Cracker Video Introduction to Enterprise Systems Enterprise Resource Planning Introduction to SAP Class Project Midterm Exam 2 Functional Busin

  • 56 Pages jeopardytomidterm
    Jeopardytomidterm

    School: Temple

    Jeopardy 2101 The World Electronic Internal Business IS Trends Commerce Inf. Systems Processes is Flat Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100

  • 41 Pages week-12-information-systems-ethics-and-crime
    Week-12-information-systems-ethics-and-crime

    School: Temple

    Week 12: Information Systems Ethics and Crime MIS 2101: Management Information Systems No Place to Hide Video What are benefits to companies or govt of information use? What are some factors for increase in privacy concerns? What are the harms

  • 1 Page Inclass_Describe_a_Complex_Business_Process
    Inclass_Describe_a_Complex_Business_Process

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems Organization

    MIS070 In-Class Exercise Describe a Complex Business Process Overview In a previous exercise, you described a relatively simple business process. In this exercise, youre going to describe a business process that is more complex. Remember, a business proce

  • 2 Pages Inclass_Describe_a_Simple_Business_Process
    Inclass_Describe_a_Simple_Business_Process

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems Organization

    MIS070 In-Class Exercise Describe a Simple Business Process Overview Weve discussed that a business process is essentially a series of steps that make up a function that the business must perform. Some examples include: Ordering a pizza for delivery Proce

  • 2 Pages MIS Note 3
    MIS Note 3

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems In Organization

    MIS Notes Clearly a need for people who know the tech side and business side of business Purpose of strategic info systems is to help gain or sustain competitive adv. Key ethical concerns o Info privacy Identify theft, dont give out SS, medical/family his

  • 2 Pages MIS note 4
    MIS Note 4

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems In Organization

    MIS notes Need to use tech to make new innovations Innovation is often fleeting o Adv gained are often short lived Innovations often risky o Sometimes even superior products can lose the race Innovation choices are often difficult o Hard to forsee future

  • 5 Pages MIS_Study_Guide
    MIS_Study_Guide

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems In Organization

    MIS Study Guide Ch. 1 o 3 Waves- Information age, Industrial Revolution, Agricultural and handwork o Knowledge Worker- An individual who is relatively well educated and who creates, modifies, and/or synthesizes knowledge as a fundamental part of a job o

  • 2 Pages MIS Notes
    MIS Notes

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems In Organization

    MIS Notes MIS=Management information systems Business lose their status due to inability to adapt to change The integration of systems and business processes is now a global issue and opportunity The idea of charging for calls belongs to the last century-

  • 6 Pages MIS day to day
    MIS Day To Day

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems In Organization

    8/30/12 MIS=Management Information Systems Business lose their status due to inability to adapt to change The integration of systems & business processes is now a global issue and opportunity The idea of charging for calls belongs to the last century-

  • 10 Pages final_study_guide
    Final_study_guide

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems In Organization

    MIS 2101 Final Exam Study Guide: Carey ODonnell Sections 005 & 401 Chapters 7 thru 10 Chap 7: Enhancing Business Processes Using ERP Traditional business functions: (primary focus of ERP systems; not silos, but highly interrelated) Marketing and sales S

  • 2 Pages Assignment-7-SAS-2-Decision-trees
    Assignment-7-SAS-2-Decision-trees

    School: Temple

    Course: Data Analytics

    Assignment 7 - SAS #2 Decision Trees Due date: April 23 (Please submit a hard copy of your answers) Youll be working on the project you created in the previous assignment. Remember, this project used the Organics data set. When you open SAS Enterprise Min

  • 1 Page Data analytics ass. 5
    Data Analytics Ass. 5

    School: Temple

    Course: Data Analytics

    NAME: _Ayana Pendergrass_ Answer Sheet (enter your answers below and submit a hard copy of this on the due date) Question 1: Which customer doesnt have data when you apply the VLOOKUP() function? The customer that doesnt have data is Max Kindle. Question

  • 10 Pages Final Study guide MIS
    Final Study Guide MIS

    School: Temple

    Course: Basic Computer Literacy

    MIS 2101 Final Exam Study Guide: Carey ODonnell Sections 005 & 401 Chapters 7 thru 10 Chap 7: Enhancing Business Processes Using ERP Traditional business functions: (primary focus of ERP systems; not silos, but highly interrelated) Marketing and sales S

  • 2 Pages Inclass_Evaluating_Information_Systems
    Inclass_Evaluating_Information_Systems

    School: Temple

    Course: Information Systems Organization

    MIS070 In-Class Exercise Evaluating Information Systems Overview During the course weve discussed broad types of information systems, like transaction processing systems, decision support systems, and management information systems. Weve also discussed sp

  • 10 Pages sample-final-exam
    Sample-final-exam

    School: Temple

    Name MIS 2101 Sample Final Exam Fall 2008 Time Allotted: 2 hours Instructions: This sample exam is designed to demonstrate the type of questions that will be answered in the final exam for MIS 2101. The actual questions and number of questions in

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