Solutions Chapter 2

Solutions Chapter 2 - DQ -2 a. Collect customer number or...

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DQ -2 a. Collect customer number or name. If this is not an existing customer, Cliffs would need customer address, contact information, and so on. Cliffs would also need to collect the product codes and quantities that the customer is ordering. b. Information needed may include open orders, previous orders (for preferences), credit status, requested item availability and promised delivery date, ship-to address, bill-to address. c. An enterprise system makes this process timely and seamless. The customer would not see or experience problems related to the collection and display of this data. Although this would be true of well-integrated legacy systems, an enterprise system should be able to exchange more information with a Web server in a timelier manner with a higher level of data integrity. DQ -4 Who : Information identifying the customer and the salesperson. What: Information identifying the inventory items and quantities ordered. Where:
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2010 for the course ACG ? taught by Professor Bline+pascaerlla during the Spring '10 term at Bryant.

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Solutions Chapter 2 - DQ -2 a. Collect customer number or...

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