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ch02globalEBusiness - Global E-Business How businesses use...

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Global E-Business How businesses use information systems
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Info Systems joins Tupperware Party
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Tupperware: airtight containers Sales: Multilevel compensation structure Home demonstration party Challenge A sale consultant becomes successful Responsible for her own paperwork Responsible for paperwork from people she recruit
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Solution Web-based order management system No need for distributors to enter orders from people they recruit Authorized user can access info from many related systems with a single sign-on Easy to communicate for specific groups » Sales promotion, training, …
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Four levels of access Consumers » Product information Sales consultants » Order entry, emails, calendar, … Sales consultants » Pay a fee, create their own e-commerce website Sales consultants » Additional promotion activities Technology Oracle Collaboration Suite, Oracle portal
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2.1 Business processes and Information systems 2.2 Types of business information systems 2.3 Systems that span the enterprise 2.4 The information systems function in business
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2.1 Business processes and Information systems Business process The manner in which work is organized, coordinated, and focused to produce a valuable product and service Hire employees New products development
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Business process Source of competitive strength Source of liabilities Tied to a specific function area Identify new customers Cross many different functions Order fulfillment process
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Order fulfillment process
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How information technology enhances business processes: Efficiency and transformation Increase efficiency of existing processes Enable entirely new processes Change the flow of information » More people to access and share info » Replace sequential steps with simultaneously in parallel » Eliminating delays in decision making
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2.2 Types of business information systems Even small firms have a collection of
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