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3 - September 6 Telecommunications - The smallest good deed...

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The smallest good  deed is better than  the grandest good  intention.
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Handling the Present: Transaction Processing Systems Page  Reference
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I. S. In Organizations Information technology Information systems (IS) Information systems cycle Transaction processing system (TPS) Organizational memory Decision support systems (DSS)
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Order Payment Understanding Business Processes Customer Organization Shipment Invoice
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Transactions Processing Summary of TPS Characteristics Characteristic Explanation Large number of transactions TPS must quickly and efficiently handle a large number of transactions Correct transactions TPS must be able to validate correctness of transactions and correct invalid data Security problems Transactions involve transfer of funds, resulting in potential security problems Importance to organization If TPS fails, the organization can quickly cease to operate    474
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I. S. In Organizations Type Purpose Role Transaction processing system (TPS) Handles transactions and stores result in organizational memory Handle the present Organizational Stores data from TPS Remember the past Decision support systems Aids employees and managers to make decisions Prepare for the future
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Understanding Business Processes Revenue process Expenditure process Conversion process Financial process
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Understanding Business Processes Business Process Purpose Activities Revenue Process Generate revenue for organization Making a sale or accepting an order, shipping goods or providing services, sending invoices (bills) to the customer, or accepting payment at the time of the sale Expenditure Process Handle the transactions associated with the payment of expenses associated with running the organization Purchasing, receiving, and paying Conversion Process Handle the transactions associated with the production of goods Performing work order preparation, material requisition, manufacturing and cost allocation, payroll, and inventory Financial Process Keep track of all transactions Posting to general ledger and journals
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Understanding Business Processes Electronic data interchange (EDI) Computer-aided design (CAD) Computer-aided manufacturing  (CAM) Computer integrated  manufacturing (CIM)
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2008 for the course MIS 311F taught by Professor Cleveland during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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