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1 Copyright I. Splettstoesser-Hogeterp 1 Welcome to … ADMS 2511 Management Information Systems, Session 2 . Copyright I. Splettstoesser-Hogeterp 2 Session 2 Learning Objectives Examine information system (IS) components and interrelationships Explain how IS links to competitive advantage Identify and consider how IS support organizations and their structures Describe and use Porter’s competitive chain forces model Discuss and analyze cases and videos Copyright I. Splettstoesser-Hogeterp 3 Illustrating web site links Let’s take a look at what the physical reorganization of a web system might look like Please purchase PDFcamp Printer on http://www.verypdf.com/ to remove this watermark.
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2 Copyright I. Splettstoesser-Hogeterp 4 The relationship between hardware and software As hardware capabilities increase, software becomes more advanced which results in expanding roles of information systems in business and management processes. greater participation needed of end users and managers in information systems. Copyright I. Splettstoesser-Hogeterp 5 People, technology and decisions create IT (Text, Figure 2.1, p. 35) PODS: Provide an example of two jobs for each employee type. Copyright I. Splettstoesser-Hogeterp 6 Let’s look at grocery systems (see text p. 33-34, defining CBIS) Hardware: touch screens, laser scanners, integrated weighing equipment, portable hand-held scanners, products with radio frequency chips Software: product price look-up, bill calculation, integration to inventory systems Counting machines provide sorting and wrapping for a fee What is the role of database, network, procedures, people? Please purchase PDFcamp Printer on http://www.verypdf.com/ to remove this watermark.
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3 Copyright I. Splettstoesser-Hogeterp 7 The Software Time Line 1950's-1960's: Data Processing (transactions and record keeping) 1960's-1970's: Management Information Systems (to support decision making) 1970's-1980's: Decision Support Systems (interactivity) 1980's-1990's: Strategic and End-User Support (end user computing, groupware, EIS, Expert Systems, SIS) 1990's-2000+: Internetworking and E- Commerce Moving on: terabytes of storage in a square inch and organic screens -> cereal boxes that know your name?
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