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1 TIM 50 - Business Information Systems Lecture 9 Instructor: Terry Allen UC Santa Cruz 10/26/2011 Outline Announcements Review: ERP Student Presentation E- commerce (cont‘d) Student Presentation Information Technology Announcements Key for Homework 2 will be on web site MIDTERM next Wednesday, November 2 Announcements Reading for next class Messerschmitt Ch 5 (139-154) Sun-N Tier Case (145-164 + figs) SUGGESTION: Start with Messerchmitt This material will NOT be included in the midterm Midterm only through concepts in Chapter 4 Announcements Forthcoming presentations 10/28 ?? (news story) ?? (Case: Sun-N Tier) 10/31 ?? (news story) ?? (news story) Send me your slides the night before All presentations will be posted Open the presentation list and follow the links Review: ERP applications ERP applications support different business processes that are standardized across organizations Accounting, sales, HRM, material management, CRM, supply chain management, project management, etc… Key features: Multi functional Integrated Modular
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2 The application suite Magal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and Information Systems | © 2009 7 PLM: product lifecycle management SRM: supplier relationship management SAP ERP Solution Map Magal and Word ! Essentials of Business Processes and Information Systems | © 2009 8 Shared Service Delivery SAP NetWeaver End-User Service Delivery Analytics Financial Analytics Operations Analytics Workforce Analytics Financials Financial Supply Chain Management Treasury Financial Accounting Management Accounting Corporate Governance Human Capital Management Talent Management Workforce Process Management Workforce Deployment Procurement and Logistics Execution Procurement Inventory and Warehouse Management Inbound and Outbound Logistics Transportation Management Product Development and Manufacturing Production Planning Manufacturing Execution Product Development Life-Cycle Data Management Sales and Service Sales Order Management Aftermarket Sales and Service Professional-Service Delivery Corporate Services Real Estate Management Enterprise Asset Management Project and Portfolio Management Travel Management Environment, Health, and Safety Compliance Mgmt. Quality Management Global Trade Services Copyright SAP AG 2008 Student Presentations 10/26 ?? (case: Alibris) ?? (news story) ?? (news story) Review: E-Commerce Major Categories Consumer (B2C) Inter-consumer (C2C) Inter-enterprise (B2B) B2C Examples Consumer e-commerce (B2C) What are the advantages and disadvantages compared to a retail store or direct mail catalog?
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3 Some Advantages For the Consumer Check prices at many vendors with minimal effort Anonymity Mass customization Order tracking Recommendations For the Business Global reach Automate order taking (cost savings) Price Discrimination
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