Introduction of Information Systems Ch. 10 Notes

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Introduction to Information Systems Ch. 10 – Acquiring Information Systems and Applications [When Managers or Myself Decides to Buy IS] 10.1 Planning for and Justifying IT Applications 10.2 Strategies for Acquiring IT Applications 10.3 The Traditional Systems Development Life Cycle [Development of IS] 10.4 Alternative Methods and Tools for Systems Development 10.5 Outsourcing and Application Service Providers 10.6 Vendor and Software Selection 10.1 Planning for and Justifying IT Applications When a company examines its needs and performance, it generates a prioritized list of both existing and potential IT applications, called the application portfolio . These are the applications that have to be added, or modified if they already exist. The IT strategic plan is a set of long-range goals that describe the IT infrastructure and identify the major IT initiatives needed to achieve the goals of the organization. The IT steering committee is comprised of a group of managers and staff representing various organizational units, is set up to establish IT priorities and to ensure that the MIS function is meeting the needs of the enterprise. 10.2
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