F09_class_25_Ch7_Bus_Process_RFID_Case_Prep

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Business Process Management Chapter 7 MIS 301 Introduction to IT Management
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Class Business Revised MIS 301 Schedule – biggest change Metro at RFID case due date moved to Mon, 11/9 RFID case overview MIS 301 Extra Credit Opportunities MIS Career Networking big success – sorry to students who got turned away Dan Ranta, ConocoPhillips - Monday, 10/26, 5:15-6:15pm in GSB 2.126 Bob Johansen, Institute for the Future – Thursday, Nov. 5, 5:15-6:15 in GAR 0.102 Ch. 7 – Business Process Management MRV has a problem Defective business process = unhappy customer (no tent) MRV business process needs fixing
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RFID Enables Supply Chain Efficiency (differentiation) Wal-Mart now mandating RFID at pallet level for Sam’s Club suppliers RFID now call EPC – electronic product code
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RFID at Metro Case Analysis 4 pages TOTAL – 2 text – 2 spreadsheet Can work alone or with one partner Metro (German retail stores) has invested in rolling out RFID technology at their Extra Stores at the pallet level Recommend one of 3 business strategies Continue rollout to pallet level at all stores Move to RFID at the case level Stop all RFID technology and go back to classic BP Must do PROCESS and $$ analysis to recommend strategy What can RFID can do for business?
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RFID at Metro Financials Financial data in Exhibits; also throughout case, also in Exhibits, but not everything is in the Exhibits As you read, underline anything about cost or savings to help you make key assumptions Typical Extra Store receives 24-36 pallets per week RFID savings calculated per pallet To get savings, make assumption • # of pallets X # weeks X # stores = total pallets • Do the same for other key factors that tie into costs and savings • Show us your Excel skills with anchored formulas Financial analysis requires (1) assumptions (2) pallet- level rollout costs (3) case-level rollout costs What about capital investment and depreciation?
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Business Process at REI
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Tasks for processing an order Why Is BPM Important to Organizations?
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Processing orders crosses departmental boundaries Credit card processing, shipping, scheduling extend to other companies Business processes and IS must evolve as business changes Why Is BPM Important?
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BPM - Systematic process of creating, assessing, altering business processes 1. Create model of business process components Users review and adjust model “as-is model” documents current process; it is
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course MIS 301 taught by Professor Mccleod during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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