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    • Business Systems: An Integrated Perspective George H. Bodnar William S. Hopwood Jay Heizer Barry Render Philip Kotler Gary Armstrong James W. Cortada Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Managing Legacy Systems and Choosing the Right Architectures
        • The Challenge Posed by Legacy Systems
        • Strategies for Managing Legacy Systems
        • How Transformation Strategies Are Implemented
        • The Role and Value of I/T Architectures
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Managing Legacy Systems and Choosing the Right Architectures (contd.)
        • Cats and Dogs: How Legacy Systems and Architectures Relate
        • Churn and Change, The Case of Telecommunications
        • The Promise of Object-Oriented Applications
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Managing Legacy Systems and Choosing the Right Architectures (contd.)
        • Wrestling with Issues, Leading with a Plan
        • Conclusions
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Aligning Business and Information Processing Cultures in a Techno-Centric Age
        • The World of I/T
        • Links Between I/T and the Corporation: The Case of Application Development
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Aligning Business and Information Processing Cultures in a Techno-Centric Age (contd.)
        • The Crucial Role of Training and Skills Management
        • Role of Rewards
        • Conclusions
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Gaining Support for an Enterprise Information Architecture
        • Natural Resistance in the Enterprise
        • Enterprise Architectures Primarily Provide Standards
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Gaining Support for an Enterprise Information Architecture (contd.)
        • A Historical Perspective on Standards
          • Ancient Standards as Building Blocks to Modern Standards
          • War Drives New Standards
          • Large Business Opportunities Drive New Standards
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Gaining Support for an Enterprise Information Architecture (contd.)
        • Technology Industry Standards
        • Not Everything Becomes a Standard
        • Danger Drives Additional Standards
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Gaining Support for an Enterprise Information Architecture (contd.)
        • Standards in Information Architecture
          • Resistance to Standards is Normal
          • Standards Fuel Growth and Create Jobs
          • Standards Increase Creativity
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Gaining Support for an Enterprise Information Architecture (contd.)
        • The Demand for Standards Comes from the Customer Base
        • What the Future Holds
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • The Business Views of Technology Architecture
        • Architecture Complications in Large Companies
          • Formula for Direct Connections
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • The Business Views of Technology Architecture (contd.)
        • So What’s the Other Alternative to Integrate across Information Systems
          • Information System Connectivity
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • The Business Views of Technology Architecture (contd.)
        • Third Parties Fitting info the Architecture
          • Option One
          • Option Two
          • Option Three
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • The Business Views of Technology Architecture (contd.)
        • We’re Done with the Business Views!
        • Remaining Levels of the Enterprise Information Architecture
          • Data Standards
          • Database Design is Critical
        • Are We Done Yet?
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Making it Happen
        • Step One: Take Control of the Current Architecture
          • Information Systems are Assets
          • Ally Ally In Come Free!
          • Enterprise Data Standards
          • Reducing the Number of Databases
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Making it Happen (contd.)
        • Step Two: Set Priorities
          • Architecture Dependencies
        • Step Three: Chart the Course
          • Isolating and Decoupling Legacy Systems through Data Hubs
          • Warehouses and Decision Support Systems as Interim Integrators
    • Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture
      • Making it Happen (contd.)
        • Managing the Architecture
        • There You Have It!
    • Business Systems: An Integrated Perspective Section Complete Section 10: Enterprise Systems Architecture