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Club IT 1 1 Club IT part 1 Ann Tracy University of Phoenix
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Club IT 1 2 Product for the club is purchased on line. This can comprise the clubs security system when the size of E-commerce is put into consideration one way to reduce problems would be to conduct transactions on a Business-to-business basis. This reduces operational costs. Customers are able to use the business-to- Consumer system to purchase the items the club has for sale through the clubs website. For a business Like the club it is good to have a website to sell their item they might want to set up some kind of store Front as part of the club to sell their items to people who might not have a computer or for those who Rather go to a store front to purchases there item instead of on line. The club uses the organizational information system to promote there club, and to sale the merchandise They also use it to pay bills they use it to do schedules for their employees. They uses it to promote and Schedule the music and entertainment for the club. Like most businesses the information system is a big
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2010 for the course IT 2 taught by Professor Rodigaze during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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