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3Corresponding to Problem and Exercise questions 8 and 9. Read question 8 and them make your lists. After making your lists, do P&E 9, which is: for each one of the following categories, create the most plausible matrices for Timberline Technology: function-to-data entityand information system to data entity(to simplify things, you don’t need to do process-to-information system or process to data entity). What information systems not listed is Timberline most likely to need?
NOTE –You can make the matrices in an MS Word table, or in Excel and then copy andpaste that into this Word document. Also, when creating your matrices, you should realize that the column headings (top row) should be the same for both matrices, as the column headings represent the data entities, which are the SAMEfor both matrices.2
WBIT 3110, Fall 2015, Unit 2 HWFunction-to-Data Entity MatrixPlace it hereCustomerVendorOrder EmployeesInvoiceWorkorderMarketingxxxProductdevelopmentxxxFinance andaccountingxxxxxxHumanResourcesxProduct OperationsxxxInformation System–to–Data Entity MatrixPlace it here3
WBIT 3110, Fall 2015, Unit 2 HWCustomerVendorOrder EmployeesInvoiceWorkorderMarketingOrderFullfillmentXXXProductdevelopmentDesign & TestingXXXFinance andaccountingAccounts PayableXXXXXHumanResourcesHiring &TraingingXProduct OperationsFabricationXX4
WBIT 3110, Fall 2015, Unit 2 HWFrom Chapter 54.Corresponding to Problem and Exercise question 3. Assume you are put in charge of launching a new website for a local non-profit organization. What costs would you need to account for? What benefits would you achieve?These are tangiblecosts and benefits, i.e., those that you can affix a dollar value to. Make a list of expected costs andbenefitsfor the project. You don’t need to list dollar values, just the costs and benefits. For the costs only, indicate those that are one-timecostsand those that will be recurringcosts.Consider and list those that are one-time and recurring costs. This question is worth 8% of the assignment.CostsBenefitsUtilities (Recurring)Gives you water, power, and phonesRent (Recurring) if you need a placeGives you a place to run the non profitSupplies (Could be Recurring if nodonations)Gives you supplies to work with.Initial startup (One time costs)Gives you the startup money to get going.IT equipment (One time costs)Gives you computers to do your non profitwith.User training (One time costs)Gives training to users.IT Maintenance (Recurring)Maintains your IT5SIMILAR to Problem and Exercise question 11. This SAME IDEA, but totally different numbers. USE THE NUMBERS BELOW!! Assuming monetary benefits of an

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