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Chapter 16 INTEGRATION, IMPACTS, AND THE FUTURE OF MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SYSTEMS
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Learning Objectives Understand the need for systems integration for MSS Describe the difficulties in integrating systems Describe major models of MSS integration Describe MSS integration with enterprise systems Describe organizational impacts of MSS
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Learning Objectives Learn the potential impacts of MSS on individuals Describe societal impacts of MSS List and describe major ethical and legal issues of MSS implementation Define the digital divide and discuss how to close it Provide an overview regarding the future of MSS
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Systems Integration: An Overview Types of integration Functional integration The provision of different support functions as a single system through a single, consistent interface Physical integration The packaging the hardware, software, and communication features required to accomplish functional integration
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Systems Integration: An Overview Why integrate? Implementing MSS Increasing the capabilities of the MSS applications Enhancing the capabilities of non-MSS applications Enabling real-time decision support Enabling more powerful applications Facilitating system development Enhancing with intelligent tools
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Systems Integration: An Overview Levels of integration Across different MSS Within MSS Embedded intelligent systems Integration and the Web
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Types of Management Support Systems Integration Models of Integrating ES and DSS Intelligent systems attached to DSS components 1. Database intelligent component 2. Intelligent system for the model base and its management 3. Intelligent system for improving the user interface 4. Intelligent consultant to DSS builders 5. Intelligent consultant to users
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Types of Management Support Systems Integration
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Types of Management Support Systems Integration Models of Integrating ES and DSS An ES as a separate component in a DSS ES output as input to BA Analysis output as input to ES Feedback Issues and Configurations in MSS integration Representative integration factors (see Table 16.3, p. 717 Sharing in the decision-making process Feedback loops in integrated systems
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Types of Management Support Systems Integration
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Integration with Enterprise Systems and Knowledge Management Integration with ERP and SCM Systems Integration with KMS Integration of KMS with Other business information systems Integrating DSS and Knowledge management Integration of Intelligent systems and knowledge management Other Knowledge Management–Related Integration
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Integration with Enterprise Systems and Knowledge Management
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Integration with Enterprise Systems and Knowledge Management
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Integration with Enterprise Systems and Knowledge Management Integration approaches 1. Second-generation ERP systems 2. Enterprise application integration 3. Comprehensive systems 4. Web services
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2010 for the course IS 425 taught by Professor Lemon during the Spring '10 term at University of Maryland Baltimore.

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