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Application Systems: In-Class Exercise prepared my Richard Kesner for MISM 2301 and other Management Information Systems (MIS) Courses offered at Northeastern University
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A Business Typically Pursues 5-6 Core Business Processes a core process is one of a limited number of key activities pursued by the business that define its operations among these core processes, two that apply to all organizations are: resource management (financial and other assets) people (internal staff) management
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In the Case of FastFit their core processes include: resource management people management procurement (customer intimate) product sales customer/product support note that a core process may include any number of discrete activities, each with its own supporting application- specific software.
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Apply the Integrative Framework to ID Core Processes and their Allied Application-Specific Software A. Business Drivers/ Needs/Results (e.g., 1.Operational Excellence, 2.Customer
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