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IT 210: Business Systems Analysis IT 210: Business Systems Analysis Final Paper Joann Tantillo Southern New Hampshire University
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IT 210: Business Systems Analysis 2 Contents Introduction 5 Problem Statement 5 Two Technologies 5 Business Requirements 5 Objectives 5 Project Description 5 Key Technology Requirements 6 Competitors and Technology 6 Wireless, Mobile Computing, and Mobile Commerce 6 Cloud Computing 6 Technology Solutions 7 Technology One 7 Technology Two 7 Recommendations 8 Technology Solution 8 Overall Benefit 8 Security Considerations 8 Security Features 8
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IT 210: Business Systems Analysis 3 Third-Party Vendors 8 Internal Safeguards 9 References 10 Tables 11
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IT 210: Business Systems Analysis 4 Final Paper Introduction Problem Statement 1 The problem facing most brick-and-mortar businesses today is finding an effective method to participate in the ever growing trend of consumers choosing to shop online verses at a physical location. The current brick-and-mortar business is looking to integrate the current physical location with an e-business through two specific technologies. Two Technologies The first technology; wireless, mobile computing, and mobile commerce, will open up a larger web presence and allow business to be conducted from virtually anywhere. The second technology, cloud computing, will permit a greater database without purchasing more equipment to better handle the higher number of customers, inventory, etc. By integrating wireless, mobile computing, mobile commerce, and cloud computing, the current brick-and-mortar business could expand its current operations to reach more customers, create better customer service, and expand and track current inventory. Business Requirements Objectives One objective of undertaking this project is to integrate wireless, mobile computing and mobile commerce into the current brick-and-mortar business as seamlessly as possible. Another is to move all operations to cloud computing. Both technologies will allow the business to add e- commerce to the operations. Project Description
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IT 210: Business Systems Analysis 5 To accomplish this project successfully and fulfill the objectives, research will need to be done on the competitors to see how the new technology is helping their business. This will show how implementing the new technology will not only grow the business by adding e-commerce but also be successful and competitive in the new market. Technology Requirements There are specific technology requirements needed to solve the problem of integrating brick-and-mortar and e-commerce. The new technology needs to be able to integrate online shopping, manage inventory and shipping, and provide order status checking and online payment processing. It would also need to facilitate collaboration internally and externally, manage customer contacts, and provide reporting. The last requirement is to be able to manage the current brick-and-mortar processes.
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