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Review Questions 1. What is information technology, and why is it important to a business? 2. Define business profiles, processes, and modeling.
3. Identify the main components of an information system, and describe the system’s stakeholders.
4. Explain the difference between vertical and horizontal systems packages.
5. How do companies use EDI? What are some advantages of using XML?
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transfer, usually over private telecommunications lines. Firms used EDI to plan production, adjust inventory levels, or stock up on raw materials using data from another company’s information system. As B2B volume soared, the development of extensible markup language (XML) enabled company-to-company traffic to migrate to the Internet, which offered standard protocols, universal availability, and low communication costs. XML is a flexible data description language that allows Web-based communication between different hardware and software environments.

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