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BIS Club IT Week 4 - 1 2 Club IT Part 2 While doing research it was revealed that there are many opportunities for improvement with the Club ITs

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2 Club IT Part 2 While doing research, it was revealed that there are many opportunities for improvement with the Club IT’s information technology, data management, and decision-making capabilities. The first analysis discovered outdated technology and data security issues and recent interviews with Ruben and staff members uncovered problems concerning customer communication, ordering supplies, and insufficient information management. Along with specific IT solutions, these business problems have resolutions through Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Implementing a Joint Application Design (JAD) method in advancing their systems development would not only help to create a system that meets the needs of the Club IT staff, but also its clientele. If Club IT intends on gaining a competitive business advantage through active participation in e-commerce, they must take the appropriate steps to invest in their business information system. One of the most obvious problems that Club IT has is with its internet connection. Currently, Club IT operates using a dial-up connection. While dial-up connections are a considerably less expensive alternative to high speed connections, they are extremely slow. (Rainer, 2009) While it may appear that Club IT is saving money by not paying for a higher speed connection, it is likely that the savings is not as significant as they may think. Since dial-up connections require the use of a phone line, Club IT is unable to use the phone
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2011 for the course BIS 219 taught by Professor Chin during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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BIS Club IT Week 4 - 1 2 Club IT Part 2 While doing research it was revealed that there are many opportunities for improvement with the Club ITs

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