Chapter 4 Categories of IS 1 - 1 Business Processes 2...

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a. Procurement Process 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 8 1. Business Processes 2. Examples of Business Processes
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b. Inventory Management Process An Overview of the various good movement in an organization
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c. Order Fulfillment Process An overview of Order Fulfillment Process 1 2 3 5 4 6
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3. How IS Enhance Business Processes 1. Increasing the efficiency of existing processes. 2. Enabling entirely new processes that are capable of transforming the business 4. Reorganisation Workflows
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5. Changing Management Process 1.Information Accessibility . 2.Leading 6. Redefining Org. Boundaries
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Chapter 4: Categories of IS Part 1 BACS1713 Information Systems
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1. Overview of ISs Groups Served Kind of Information Systems Strategic Level Management Level Knowledge Level Operation al Level Senior Manager s Middle Manager s Knowledge and Data Workers Operation al Managers Sales and Marketing Manufacturing Accountin g Finance Human Resources
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a) Definitions o Senior Management. o Make long-range strategic decisions & ensure financial performance of firm. o Middle Management. o Execute programs & plans of senior management. o Operational Management. o Monitoring daily activities of
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o Knowledge Workers. o Engineers, scientists, architects - design products/services and create new knowledge for firm. o Data Workers. o Secretaries and clerks assist with paperwork. o Production or Service Workers. o Actually produce product and deliver the service. a) Definitions (cont…)
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2. IS By Organisational Levels TPS KWS OAS MIS DSS EIS
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TPS KWS OAS MIS DSS EIS a) Operational Level Systems o Staff supported . Operational managers o Purpose .
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