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Case Study 5: NZ Health Board Written By: Maha Shakir, Zayed University, United Arab Emirates Dennis Viehland, Massey University, New Zealand
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Describe the NZ Health Board and the environment in which it operates. One of the largest health care providers in NZ Non-profit organization Structured around 7 business units Sub-divided into 21 DHBs Each DHB is self managed Funding is allocated depending on size and population of the district Board comprised of 11 members
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TABLE 1 Organizational profile
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Why did it need a new enterprise system? To improve functionality and efficiency Finances to the current system, Oracle 10.7 were to be de-supported by Oracle
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TABLE 2 ES Project Table
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Discuss the pros and the cons of selecting Oracle11i ERP applications and Windows NT for the operating system for the Health Board’s new enterprise system.
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Pros Oracle 11i was a newer version and was web enabled It meant not having to make another upgrade in a very short period of time
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