1112MANAGEING GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS THE COKE COMPANY (3) - RUNNING HEAD THE MANAGING GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSIGNMENT 1 Managing Global

1112MANAGEING GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS THE COKE COMPANY (3)

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RUNNING HEAD: THE MANAGING GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSIGNMENT 1 Managing Global Information Systems Assignment Christy Moseley MGT 497 Strategic Technology Planning for Organizations Dr. Aileen Cole November 10, 2019
RUNNING HEAD: THE MANAGING GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSIGNMENT 2 INTRODUCTION Coca Cola is the known for its popular brand and has carried this title across the globe. The accomplishments are the results of an operating framework. The bottling company known as the Enterprise Coca- Cola is Western Europe’s exclusive bottling company. Their goal is to be the best beverage in the market. This is a challenge for long term sustainable growth and faces obstacles in the development and shipping industries. The main idea is to replace outdated systems with a new infrastructure that creates streamlined processes. The Enterprise is a substantial market for producers and distributors. Coca Cola manufactures product many parts of the world from Belgium to Sweden. In 2010, the company finished an essential transaction with Coke, by selling the North American operation, and retaining territories in Europe. The need for a uniform IT program across the entire organization is critical for growing the market in Europe. The problem they faced is the need for a set of constraints, standards, and processes. It is needed to expand the plants in the new locations quickly and efficiently. THE FIRST CHALLENGE Coca Cola Enterprises designed a new supply chain management department in all the current facilities. The new IT system replaces and automates most of the supply chain processes; therefore, training must be implemented to guarantee this speedy process. After the initial deployment of the systems, the business joined the front office businesses and management into a back office, which delivers technology. This process includes processing, manufacturing, financial services, HR, procurement, and many other technical issues. This is the company’s business transformation. The day to day operations work in unity now, and the processes and