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Business Processes &Enterprise Systems Chapters1&2 (Magal & Word)Magal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 20091
AgendaoOrganizationalFunctionsandBusiness ProcessesoFunctional Information Systems andEnterprise SystemsoTypes of Data in Enterprise SystemsMagal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 20092
OrganizationalFunctionsMagal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 20093
Functions vs. ProcessesMagal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 20094
Primary Types of InformationSystemsoFunctional Information SystemsDesigned to support business processes for asingle functional area e.g. sales informationsystemTypically have rich functionalityData integration is NOT built-in and mayresultinprocessdelays,just-in-caseinventory and lack of visibility (causingSiloeffect)Integration of functional information systemsis extremely complex and expensiveBest-of-breed strategyMagal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 20095
Process Using Functional SystemsMagal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 20097AccountingReceivePaymentSendInvoiceWarehouseSendShipmentPrepareShipmentSalesReceiveCustomerOrderSend PaperworkSend PaperworkDelay!Delay!Enter/UpdateDataEnter/UpdateDataEnter/UpdateDataSalesInformationSystemWarehouseInformationSystemAccountingInformationSystemEnter/UpdateDataEnter/UpdateData
Primary Types of Information SystemsoEnterprise Information SystemsSupportallfunctionalareasprovidingsupport to all lines of businesses for allprocesses e.g. Enterprise Resource PlanningTypicallyhavelessfunctionalitythanfunctional information systemsData integration built-inIntegrated strategyMagal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 20096
Processes Using Enterprise SystemsMagal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 20098EnterpriseInformationSystemAccountingReceivePaymentSendInvoiceWarehouseSendShipmentPrepareShipmentSalesReceiveCustomerOrderEnter/UpdateDataEnter/UpdateDataEnter/UpdateDataEnter/UpdateDataEnter/UpdateData
Role of Enterprise Systems in organizationsoExecute the processAutomationoCapture and store processdataAutomatic and manual captureoMonitor performanceInstance level information(status)Process level informationMagal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 20099
Evolution of Enterprise Systems —Mainframe Systems10Magal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 2009
Evolution of Enterprise Systems — 3-tier Client Architecture11Magal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and InformationSystems | © 2009ApplicationServerClientClientClientClientClientClientClientClientClientApplicationServerClient

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Term
Fall
Professor
Bhattacharjee
Tags
Management, SAP AG, Business Processes and Information, Mainframe Systems

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