Session9-INFS1000-S2-2016-preview [Slides Format].pdf

Offer pre paid option no create customer account yes

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Offer pre-paid option + No Create customer account Yes Send out SIM card Order Phone Phone model Customer details + X + eXclusive Decision: Only one outgoing path can be followed. Parallel fork: Both outgoing paths must be followed. Join: Both incoming paths must be fulfilled to proceed
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Example: Fire emergency notification process Receive fire emergency message Detector message: Fire! Fight fire + Notify USYD fire fighters Notify Campus security Notify Newtown fire brigade + X Location, Incident details Arrive at scene Merge: Process proceeds when any of the incoming paths are fulfilled. Do the gateways need to match … are they always matching? Arrive at scene Arrive at scene
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Agenda for today 1. Repetition W8: BPMN modeling 2. Activity: MCQ & $RU BPMN model 3. Internet Business and Web 2.0 4. Activity: Products & digital assets in E-Commerce
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Activity W8(3): Model another BPMN for $RU This is a graded assignment Kerrie is in charge of processing Planners’ expense claims. Due to problems with the current way of handling claims she proposes to Murray a new (to-be) process. Please model the business process that Kerrie proposes using BPMN in swim lane layout. Pay special attention to including all data/document flows in the model. $RU: Expense claim process
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W9(1): Multiple Choice Repetition
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Agenda for today 1. Repetition W8: BPMN modeling 2. Activity: MCQ & $RU BPMN model 3. Internet Business and Web 2.0 4. Activity: Products & digital assets in E-Commerce
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Learning objectives: At the end of this workshop you will have a much better understanding of… Internet Business Selling stuff online and the business opportunites Challenges and huge opportunties (Fintech example) Web 2.0: engagement & the internet What are implications and opportunities for businesses? Digital assets/products Characteristics of digital assets Reading guide: Course Reader Chapter 8 (except Q2, Q3)
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Quick Question… What is the largest and most popular e-Business in the world today?
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Google Circa 1998
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Google today $14.44b in profit in 2014 : Main revenues from advertising 96% , and also Search engine Mail client (Gmail) Cloud computing (Google apps) Web analytics (Google trends, Google analytics) Maps & navigation (Google maps, Google earth) Social media (YouTube, Google+) Operating systems and browsers (Android, Chrome) Transportation (Google driverless car) Google X (Google ‘moon shot’ R&D wild ideas research)
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A Quick Exercise… Come up with at least one example of e-Business in each of these categories: Books MP3s Online Auctions Social Networking Video Sharing VoIP What do they have in common?
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Exponential advancements in technology The commercialisation of the Internet - mid 1990s (based on HTTP and TCP/IP) Processing power – Moore's law Number of transistors on computer chips doubles every 24 months. Data transmission and broadband networks: NBN Data storage » And… potential for financial gains is massive!
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Largest companies by Market Cap in the USA
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How do Companies participate in e-Business?
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