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Mgmt/Acct 360: 02a Business Processes
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What’s a business process? A course of action, a series of operations, or a series of changes ISO 9000: Every organization exists to accomplish value-adding work, accomplished through a network of activities. Every process has inputs, and the outputs are the results of the process. Hammer and Champy: A business process is a collection of activities that takes one or more kinds of input and creates an output that is of value to the customer. Ivar Jacobson: A business process is the set of internal activities performed to offer each customer the right product or service, with a high degree of performance measured against cost, longevity, service, and quality.
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Business Process (A System) Process Input Output Feedback Control Mechanism
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Process: “The Organization”
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Business Processes
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A Particular Business Process Registration Request Registration Request Update Student List Class List Tuition Bill Balance Class Schedule Registration Student SSN Class Status Registration Request Balance Due Statement Balance Due Registration Request 1 Check Balance Due Student AR System 2 Check Space 3 Compile Schedule 4 Compute Bill 5 Compile Student List Class List Student Master File Faculty
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Information Systems in Context Data and Messages Data Data Data Rules _ Snapshot Data Data Shared Data Data Data Data 1 Transaction Processing System 2 Office Information System 3 Management Information System 4 Decision Support System 5 Executive Information System 6 Expert System 7 Personal Information System 1 Database 2 Data Warehouse 3 Rulebase 4 Personal Files 8
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“Line” Systems Transaction Processing Systems System applications that capture and process data about (or for) business transactions. Office Information Systems Systems that support business office activities that provide for improved work flow and communication between workers. Personal Information Systems Systems to meet the needs of an individual or a work group.
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“Management” Systems Management Information Systems MISs supplement transaction processing systems with management reports required to plan, monitor, and control business operations. DSS / EIS Supports unstructured decisions by… Identification of possible solutions or decisions Identification of problems (exception reporting) Analysis of possible decisions, or of variables that will impact decisions: “What if” Simulation of possible solutions and their likely results
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“Other” Systems Expert Systems Information system applications that capture the knowledge and expertise of a problem solver or decision maker, and then simulates the “thinking” of that expert for those who have less expertise.
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Enterprises An enterprise achieves its purpose through the effective performance of its business processes , which define the way in which it should conduct its business.
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Fact-Finding Techniques Sampling of existing documentation, forms, and databases.
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2010 for the course MATH 139 taught by Professor Tall during the Spring '08 term at SIU Carbondale.

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