ch02globalEBusiness

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

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Unformatted text preview: Global E-Business How businesses use information systems Info Systems joins Tupperware Party 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 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, 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 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 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 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 Order fulfillment process 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 2.2 Types of business information systems...
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2009 for the course CSIS 2500 taught by Professor Parvaz during the Spring '08 term at Langara.

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