Week 1 - Information System Business Problem Dimensions Checkpoint

Week 1 - Information System Business Problem Dimensions Checkpoint

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Information System Business Problem Dimensions Checkpoint Within an information system, there are three key dimensions. These dimensions are comprised of people, technology, and organizations. These dimensions are also called “business problems”. The people aspect of the information system is incredibly important. Without a knowledgeable and highly skilled staff, the system would begin to fall apart at the seams. For example: A cashier must process groceries on a register. If the [employee] is not adequately trained on the register software, the job would not get done. Technology is used by the people to enhance productivity and deal with change. There are various pieces of hardware and software that help people do this. Read the following to catch a glimpse on the benefits of technology: A business that sells car parts world-wide is having trouble keeping track of its customer database. By instituting a computer with consumer database software installed, the previously difficult to track records are now a click away. Organizations are the glue that holds the people and technology together. These
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Week 1 - Information System Business Problem Dimensions Checkpoint

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