CSE-3621-Lec0319.ppt - INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN CSE-3621 L E C T U R E 3 DUET INFORMATION SYSTEM BUILDING BLOCKS Professor Dr M.A

CSE-3621-Lec0319.ppt - INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND...

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DUET Professor Dr. M.A. Kashem,CSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN CSE-3621 3 L E C T U R E INFORMATION SYSTEM BUILDING BLOCKS
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DUET Professor Dr. M.A. Kashem,CSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN CSE-3621 Learning Map
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DUET Professor Dr. M.A. Kashem,CSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN CSE-3621 Lesson Map
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DUET Professor Dr. M.A. Kashem,CSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN CSE-3621 Data and Information Data are raw facts about the organization and its business transactions. Most data items have little meaning and use by themselves. Information is data that has been refined and organized by processing and purposeful intelligence. The latter, purposeful intelligence, is crucial to the definition—People provide the purpose and the intelligence that produces true information.
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DUET Professor Dr. M.A. Kashem,CSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN CSE-3621 Information Systems & Technology An information system (IS) is an arrangement of people, data, processes, communications, and information technology that interact to support and improve day-to-day operations in a business as well as support the problem-solving and decision making needs of management and users. Information technology is a contemporary term that describes the combination of computer technology (hardware and software) with telecommunications technology (data, image, and voice networks).
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DUET Professor Dr. M.A. Kashem,CSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN CSE-3621 Front- and Back-Office Information Systems Front-office information systems support business functions that reach out to customers (or constituents). Marketing Sales Customer management Back-office information systems support internal business operations and interact with suppliers (of materials, equipment, supplies, and services).
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