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Managing It Solutions Architecture Presentation Main Managing It Solutions Architecture Presentation Main Presentation Transcript

  • Group 1
    Managing IT Solutions ArchitectureGIKA From Home
  • Requirements
    Create customer information system for marketing.
    Need to be ready within 3 months – before Christmas.
    Linked to local electricians.
    Flexibility to tailor offers online.
    Order management application.
    Integrated with 3rd party systems.
    Decided on mini warehouses after discussions.
    Scope to migrate CIS to corporate systems.
    Train 3rd parties i.e. call centre with new system
    CFO wants good ROI within 18 months.
    Get rid of credit card negotiation lag.
    Standalone shops to be integrated.
    Operational server and master server for redundancy.
    Mean time to recovery of four hours.
    Reach new customers in places where there was no presence.
  • Non-Functional Requirements
    Security
    Highly secure authentication of cards – banks
    IDE mix used for reliable authentication
    Confidential data secured by DMZ
    Availability
    Much greater availability
    No planned outages until Christmas
    Reliability
    Mainframe reliability not possible
    4 hours mean time to recovery
    Redundancy by operational server and master server
  • Non-Functional Requirements
    Performance and Scalability
    User limited by internet speed
    Currently 7000 users per day, 20000 predicted
    Usability and accessibility
    Different languages for overseas trade
    Designed to comply with legislation for handicapped users
    Data management
    Backup – Master server updated daily
    Currency – Real time updates for stock
    High Integrity – Validation by smart components
  • Non-Functional Requirements
    Systems Management – Analytics service for monitoring traffic and demographics
    Alerting – Black listed cards rejected in real time
    Non runtime properties
    Modularised for maintainability
    W3C compliant for compatibility with portable devices
    Constraints
    Technology – Bandwidth, Lack of data mining, Old back end.
    CBA limits budget, Reliability compromised by cost
    Legal – Sensitive information must be kept secure
  • Business Environment Analysis
  • Value Net Model
    Competition
    Pricing strategies- competition can play hard ball in charging customers for products. After sales service quality can have a effect in what GIKA can provide.
    Customers
    “Consumer is King” - they have a high bargaining power, enabling them to chose and play GIKA and other competitors against each other. The solution enables them to have a lot more channels of distribution and cost cutting methods.
    Suppliers
    Suppliers bargaining power can be argued, this is because firms want to sell cheaply, they can be looking out for more options and better cost cutting relationships with them.
    GIKA
    Influencers
    Product sales can be influenced by organisations that review products, use of interior designers, etc.
    This can directly influence the stocks, designers and brands supplied to customers.
    Word of mouth in services and product ranges can also influence.
  • Five Forces Model
    Product and technology development
    Not a manufacturer
    Technology limited to lowering costs and increase throughput
    Can strive for customer service as differentiator
    Five Forces Model
    Supplier power
    Low power- many competitors
    Tied to long term commitments
    Threat of forward integration
    Buyer power
    High buyer power
    Low risk of backwards integration
    Price sensitivity
    Competitive rivalry
    High competition
    Stable industry
    Low value added
    Low exit barriers
    New Entrants
    Low barriers to entry
    E-businesses
    Selling commoditised goods
    Substitutes
    Low switching costs
    High substitute products
    Price performance ratio
  • Use Cases
  • Add Order Item
  • Submit Order
  • Architecture Overview Diagram
  • Users
    Delivery
    Channels
    E-Business Services
    Resources
    Registration
    Customer information management system
    Customer
    Authentication
    Internet Browser
    Online Checkout
    Product Management system
    Delivery
    Call Centre Worker
    Stock Replenishment system
    Online product Search
    Telephone
    Notification and advertising
    Delivery System
    Administration
    Intranet Browser
    Delivery Worker
    Payment System
    Re-stocking
    Security
    Key
    New Modules
    Old Modules
    Credit Agency
    Credit Check
    Bank
  • Component Model