Sep.20 - Information Systems Information systems can be...

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Information Systems Information systems can be used in three ways to add value to an organization: 1. Automating 2. Informating 3. Strategizing Automating Automating is using technology as a way to help complete a task within an organization faster, more cheaply, and with, perhaps, a greater accuracy and/or consistency IS for Automating: Doing Things Faster With automation, tasks can be completed: Faster; Cheaper; More accurately; With greater consistency IS: Doing Things Better Information systems can also be used to: Learn about processes Improve processes Support organizational learning IS for Supporting Strategy: Doing Things Smarter IS used to gain or sustain competitive advantage: Turning benefits of automating and informating into strategic advantage Business Case Making the business case is the process of building and presenting the set of arguments that show that an information system is adding value to the organization
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Business Case One might present a business case to any of these: The IS manager, company executives, or a
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