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  • Foundation Of Information Systems In Business
    • Understand the concept of a system and how it relates to information systems.
  • What Is An Information System?
    • An Information System can be any organized combination Of:
    • - people,
    • - hardware,
    • - software,
    • - communications networks,
    • - policies.
  • What Is An Information System? (continued)
    • People rely on modern information systems to communicate using a variable:
    • - physical devices (hardware).
    • - information processing instruction and
    • procedures (software).
    • - communications channels (network).
    • - stored data (data resources).
  • How Information Systems Are Transforming Business
    • Increase in cell phone usage,
    • Increase in Internet usage,
    • Internet shoping,
    • Online payment,
    • Advertisement on the Internet,
    • Awareness of prices,
    • Etc.
    • Businesses invest in IT to achieve six important business objectives
      • Operational excellence
      • New products, services, and business models
      • Customer and supplier intimacy
      • Improved decision making
      • Competitive advantage
      • Survival
    Business Drivers of Information Systems The Role of Information Systems in Business Today
    • Improved efficiency results in higher profits
    • Information systems and technologies help improve efficiency and productivity
      • Efficiency: It is the using resources in such a way as to maximize the production of goods and services.
    Operational Excellence: The Role of Information Systems in Business Today
    • Information systems and technologies enable firms to create new products, services, and business models
      • Business model: How a company produces, delivers, and sells its products and services
      • Product : Any commercial good.
      • Service : Non-material equivalent of a good in economics and marketing.
    New products, services, and business models: The Role of Information Systems in Business Today
  • New products, services, and business models: The Role of Information Systems in Business Today With its stunning multitouch display, full Internet browsing, digital camera, and portable music player, Apple’s iPhone set a new standard for mobile phones. Other Apple products have transformed the music and entertainment industries.
    • Customers who are served well become repeat customers who purchase more
      • Mandarin Oriental hotel
        • Uses IT to foster an intimate relationship with its customers, keeping track of preferences, etc.
    • Close relationships with suppliers result in lower costs
      • JCPenney
        • IT to enhance relationship with supplier in Hong Kong
    Customer and supplier intimacy: The Role of Information Systems in Business Today
    • Real-time data improves ability of managers to make decisions .
      • Data may be about:
        • Production,
        • Selling,
        • Customer complain,
        • problems,
        • Etc.
    Improved decision making: The Role of Information Systems in Business Today
  • The Role of Information Systems in Business Today Information Builders’ digital dashboard delivers comprehensive and accurate information for decision making. The graphical overview of key performance indicators helps managers quickly spot areas that need attention.
    • Often results from achieving previous business objectives
    • Advantages over competitors:
      • Charging less for superior products ,
      • B etter performance, and
      • B etter response to suppliers and customers
    Competitive advantage: The Role of Information Systems in Business Today
  • The Role of Information Systems in Business Today In a Toyota factory, the assembly line produces a superior product in less time, using less inventory, and having fewer defects than the competition. Toyota uses information systems to monitor inventory levels and manage production scheduling.
    • Businesses may need to invest in information systems out of necessity ; simply the cost of doing business
      • Keeping up with competitors
        • Citibank’s introduction of ATMs
      • Federal and state regulations and reporting requirements
        • Toxic Substances Control Act and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
    Survival: The Role of Information Systems in Business Today
  • Perspectives on Information Systems and Information Technology
    • Information technology: The hardware and software a business uses to achieve objectives
    • Information system: Interrelated components that manage information to:
      • Support decision making and control
      • Help with analysis, visualization, and product creation
    • Data: Streams of raw facts
    • Information: Data shaped into meaningful, useful form
    What Is an Information System?
  • The Fundamental Roles Of Information System In Business
    • There are three fundamental reasons:
    • 1. Support of its business processes and operations.( like keeping inventories record or payment details etc.)
    • 2. Support of decision making by its employees and managers.
    • 3. Support of its strategies for competitive advantage.
  • Trends In Information Systems:
    • 1. Data processing: 1950s – 1960s
    • - electronic data processing systems
    • -- transaction processing, record keeping,
    • and traditional accounting applications.
    • 2. Management reporting: 1960s – 1970s
    • - management information systems
    • -- management reports of pre specified
    • information to support decision making.
  • Cont.
    • 3. Decision support: 1970s – 1980s
    • - decision support systems
    • 4. Strategic and User Support: 1980s – 1990s
    • - end user computing systems
    • - executive information systems
    • - expert systems
    • - strategic information systems
    • Electronic Business and Commerce: 1990s – 2000s
    • - internet based e business and e
    • commerce systems
    • Many business today are using internet technologies to Web enable business process and to create innovative e business application.
  • Types Of Information Systems Operations Support Systems Specialized Processing Systems Transaction Processing Systems Process Control Systems Enterprise Collaboration Systems
  • Management Support Systems Management Information Systems Decision Support Systems Executive Information Systems Specialized Processing Systems
  • Types of IS
  • Different kinds of systems
    • Operational-level systems
    • Knowledge-level systems
    • Information systems that monitor the elementary activities and transactions of the organization .(like TPS)
    • Information systems that support knowledge and data workers in an organization. (KWS, OAS)
    • Management-level systems
    • Strategic-level systems
    • Information systems that support the monitoring, controlling, decision making, and administrative activities of middle managers. (DSS, MIS)
    • Information systems that support the long-range planning activities of senior management . (EIS)
  • Major Types of Systems
    • Executive Support Systems (ESS)
    • Decision Support Systems (DSS)
    • Management Information Systems (MIS)
    • Knowledge Work Systems (KWS)
    • Office Automation Systems (OAS)
    • Transaction Processing Systems (TPS)
    • Transaction Processing Systems (TPS)
    • Basic business systems that serve the operational level
    • A computerized system that performs and records the daily routine transactions necessary to the conduct of the business
    • EXAMPLE: payroll, accounts payable
  • TYPICAL TPS APPLICATIONS Sales & Marketing Systems
    •  Sales Management ;
    •  Market Research ;
    •  Promotion ; Pricing ; New Products
    •  Sales Order Info System ;
    •  Market Research System ;
    •  Pricing System
  • TPS
    • Manufacturing
    •  Plant scheduling
    •  Material movement control
    •  Machine control
    • Finance
    •  Securities trading
    •  Cash management
    • Accounting
    •  Payroll
    •  Account payable
    •  Account receivable
    • Human Resources
    •  Compensation
    •  Training & development
    •  Employee record keeping
    • KWS – knowledge work systems
    Information systems that aid knowledge workers in the creation and integration of new knowledge in the organization . Example: Engineering work station
    • OAS – office automation systems
      • Computer systems, such as word processing, electronic mail systems, and scheduling systems, that are designed to increase the productivity of data workers in the office .
    • MIS – Management Information Systems
      • Information systems at the management level of organization that serve the functions of planning, controlling, and decision making by providing routine summary and exception reports .
        • Example: Annual budgeting
  • MIS
    • Structured and semi-structured decisions
    • Report control oriented
    • Past and present data
    • Internal orientation
    • DSS – Decision Support Systems
      • Information systems at the management level of an organization that combine data and sophisticated analytical models to support non-routine decision making .
    • Example: Contract cost analysis
  • MIS & DSS
    • Sales and marketing
    •  Sales management
    •  Sales region analysis
    • Manufacturing
    •  Inventory control
    •  Production scheduling
    • Finance
    •  Annual budgeting
    •  Cost analysis
    • Accounting
    •  Capital investment analysis
    •  Pricing / profitability analysis
    • Human Resource
    •  Relocation analysis
    •  Contract cost analysis
    • ESS – Executive Support Systems
      • Information system at the organization’s strategic level designed to address unstructured decision making through advanced graphics and communications
      • Example: 5-year operating plan
  • ESS
    • Sales and marketing  Sales trend
    • forecasting
    • Manufacturing  Operating plan
    • Finance  Budget forecasting
    • Accounting  Profit planning
    • Human Resource  Personnel planning
  • Characteristics of Different Types of Information Systems
    • Information inputs
    • Processing
    • Information outputs
    • Users
  • Systems from a Functional Perspective
  • Sales and Marketing Systems
  • Manufacturing and Production Systems
  • Financing and Accounting Systems
  • Human Resource Systems