The Contribution of Enterprise Systems (revised)

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The Contribution of Enterprise Systems Answer the following questions in 200 to 300 words: What are enterprise systems? Provide examples of organizational functions supported by enterprise systems. Enterprise systems consist of a number of software modules that are available and applicable. An enterprise system is classified as a system of integrated application-software packages that use data storage and transmission to support the flow of information, reporting, and analytics within the company and, in some cases, outside the company to colleagues and clients. In short, an enterprise system manages the flow of data relevant to those within the company and those outside the company privy to certain information. Case in point, if a company has multiple lines of products and information relevant to all the products (like statistical data) needs to be shared with all those within the company, an enterprise system exists to enable the sharing of this information. Customer relationship management (CRM) is one of the most popular examples of an enterprise system. It is a popular marketing system that is used to optimize the customer experience and improve marketing efficiency. It relies on software
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course IT 242 taught by Professor Clark during the Spring '11 term at Art Inst. Phoenix.

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