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1 Business Information Systems and Applications presented by:Sema Demirtas Stefanie Müller Patricia Hilpert
2 Content 1.Business Information Systems 2.IS and IT infrastructure 3.Applications 4.Recent technologies
3 1. Business Information Systems Organization IT ( HW;SW;DBMS;NETWORKING ) Management BIS
4 Why do Businesses need Information Systems ? Operational excellence New services and new products Competitive advantages Customer/supplier intimacy Decision making Survival
5 Business Information Systems MIS ESS DSS TPS Executives Workers Senior Middle Operational
Business Information Systems CRM Customer Relationship Management ERP Enterprise Resource Planning SCM Supply Chain Management KM Knowledge Management 6
7 2. IS and IT Infrastructure 1.Internet platform (Apache, Windows) 2.Hardware platform (Dell, Sun, HP) 3.Operating systems (Unix, Mac, Windows) 4.Networking (Wi-Fi, Wi-Max) 5.Consultans (Accenture) 6.Database (SQL, DB2, ORACLE)
8 2. Applications E-commerce / E-business Government Basical life Universities Non profit organizations …
E-business / E-commerce B2B B2C B2B2C B2G B2E G2B G2C C2B 9
organizations Brick and mortar Click and mortar Pure play Digital vs. physical Product Process Delivery method 10
3. Recent technologies XML extensible markup language RSS really simple syndication Mashup Widgets Web services –UDDI, SOAP, SOA, WSDL 11
Recent technologies GIS Geographical Information Systems GPS Global Position System RFID Radio Frequency Identification 12
Ethical issues and internet security Lot of advantages BUT: Collecting every information about the customer and supplier –Are all information safe? Risk of virus, worms and trojans 13
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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم مقدمة الى نظم المعلومات الادارية Management Information Systems اعداد الطالبة : براءة احمد معطان الجامعة : جامعة النجاح الوطنية.
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1 CS5038 The Electronic Society Lecture 2: Overview of Electronic Commerce Lecture Outline Definitions Perspectives Variations Business Models Pressures.
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World Wide Web Conference May Synopsis Business Cases for using the Web based technology There is an increasing rate of natural convergence between.
To evolve into a globally reputed & profitable organization, delivering quality software solutions by understanding clients business challenges and market.
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MSIT:- Pichai Takkabutr DEC, What is Management Information Systems ? M-I-S What is Management Information Systems ? M-I-S.
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© 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.McGraw-Hill/ Irwin 2-1 INTRODUCTION Important IT applications businesses are using today Supply.
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