Business+Requirements+Team+B (4 July 2011)

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Running head: BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS TEAM B 1 Business Requirements Team B Brian Johnson, Christopher Bontrager, Kevin Thieme, Shorty Torres CIS/205 Management Information Systems July 4, 2011 Frances Wand
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BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS TEAM B 2 Business Requirements Team B Although initially identifying poor communication between the three facilities as a source of review by our team of highly knowledgeable and dedicated experts at Team B, upon further examination we have determined there is a more urgent need for automation restructuring in the inventory and manufacturing process at Riordan Manufacturing. We have spent the last week identifying the business requirements of Riordan Manufacturing. The results of our findings along with an executive summary are explained in great detail. Business Requirements Identified In order to identify the requirements, first an understanding of the processes must be clarified. A generalized description of the inventory and manufacturing process follows: Process Defined Raw Materials. The beginning of the process starts here, at the collection of raw, plastic materials. Raw materials are collected from consumers at pre-determined drop off points where they are collected by trucks and hauled to the nearest sorting facility. This facility removes unwanted materials, separates plastics by color and type, and then bales the desired materials for shipment to the manufacturing plant. The bales are received at the plant, unloaded by dock workers and are stored until use. Manufacturing. This process starts when the plant collects the stored plastic bale and feeds it into the oven. Here it is melted and all impurities removed. It is then enhances with additional bonding compounds and is pored into molds. The molds are cooled, the product is removed, and the product is sanded and painted. The products are then assembled, if necessary, packaged for shipment to customers, and stored in warehouses.
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