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Chapters 1 - GIS is an acronym for A Generating Information Systems B Global-Positioning Information Systems C Geographic I nformation Systems D

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Unformatted text preview: GIS is an acronym for: A.) Generating Information Systems B.) Global-Positioning Information Systems C.) Geographic I nformation Systems D.) Google Information Systems Which of the following organizations does NOT use a TPS? a) Chevron (chemical products) b) AIG (Insurance brokers) c) Bumble Bee (Seafood industry) d) Raytheon (Defense research) e) None of the above Which model had the most percentage of customers buying from Honda? a. Civic b. CR-V c. Accord d. Element Which of the following is a disadvantage of voice recognition? a) Multi-tasking purposes b) Knowledge of speaking equals knowledge of writing c) No spelling errors d) Disability of the mouth Functional Business Areas, in-house services that support an organization’s main business, include: a) accounting b) finance c) marketing d) all of the above What is e-commerce? A. Advertising products or services over the internet B. Not being able to pay for a good or service over the internet C. Buying and selling goods and services through Internet D. An invoice from the buyer to the seller Information Systems are NOT meant to help: a) Gather the right information....
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This note was uploaded on 08/28/2011 for the course IS 300 taught by Professor Lutters during the Fall '08 term at UMBC.

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Chapters 1 - GIS is an acronym for A Generating Information Systems B Global-Positioning Information Systems C Geographic I nformation Systems D

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