Information System Business Problems Dimensions-CheckPoint

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There are three dimensions of an information system; they are organizations, people, and information technology. An organization is one of the three parts of the information system and to put it simply; they are the businesses that have the information systems working for them. Organizations are structured with different levels and specialties, starting from laborers to all the way up the chain to the CEOs. Organizations are set up like a hierarchy or pyramid structure. An example of an organization is FedEx and UPS, which both pride themselves in customer service and timely deliveries. People are another big part of the information system; without people there would not be information systems. As the saying goes “A business is only as good as the people who work there and run it”. People are especially important in the information system because people are the only ones capable of business problem solving and turning that information into business solutions, but people are the most expensive part of the information system. An
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