MISM2301 Functional Info Systems Overview (Session 14)-Sec4(1)

MISM2301 Functional Info Systems Overview (Session 14)-Sec4(1)

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Functional & Enterprise Information Systems MISM2301 Thursday February 6, 2014 Assistant Professor Martin Dias 1
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Functional vs Enterprise IS Enabling IT IT architectures Types EIS Business Considerations Next Session Planning Agenda 2
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MIS Integrative Framework Business Problems MIS solutions People Process Technology Information Problems Alignment Drives Enables Drives Enables Alignment Innovation Integration 3
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Functional vs. Enterprise Systems Functional: primary focus on transactional processing secondary focus on local management and control chosen to meet the unique input/output needs of a department/function/unit Localized data management solutions sufficient Enterprise: primary focus on enterprise management and control secondary focus on enterprise planning and learning devoted to integrated functional/departmental and business unit data across the enterprise (process view) requires data to be standardized across enterprise Adapted by Martin Dias from original by Mike Zack, Bruce Russell, and Richard Kesner 4
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5 What if business units all implemented their own customized, isolated informations systems? Michael Porter’s Value Chain Model - *Image  ©  Michael Porter
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When you don’t have enterprise- wide systems you become… Misaligned (across departments, with customers and suppliers/partners) Disconnected (handoffs, silos) Non-integrated (slow, poor quality info sharing) Adapted by Martin Dias from original by Mike Zack, Bruce Russell, and Richard Kesner 6
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Enterprise Information Systems can enable… People to be more aligned Processes to be more seamless Technology to be more integrated Adapted by Martin Dias from original by Mike Zack, Bruce Russell, and Richard Kesner 7 WGD
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Enterprise Information Systems Function-specific User interface, business rules, and reporting 8
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Suppliers Human Resources Finance and Accounting Demand Planning Manufacturing Planning Logistics Planning Distribution Planning Order Entry Enterprise Information Systems Customers Purchasing & Accounts Payable MRP Inbound Inventory Plant Mgmt. Manufacturing & Production Scheduling Inventory Control & Warehousing Distribution & Accounts Receivable Information Systems across the enterprise
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10 Enabling Technologies: Hardware Input – Process - Storage– Output Web cam
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ERP/CRM/SCM Enabling Technologies: software The Enterprise Customers Suppliers CRM SCM ERP 11
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Enterprise Software Enabling Technologies: software HR Marketing features Sales features Shared data in database Shared data in database Systems software – operating systems, security software, drivers and utility software, data management and network management systems ERP CRM HR Sale s Mar- ket- ing Sale s Data HR Data Market . data Data Fin- ance
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