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  • Ici l’accent est à mettre sur les données puis à la façon et moyen pour les traiter. Peut être mettre ici les objectifs d’un SII (accroitre l’efficience de l’entreprise, performance « métiers » et économique…)
  • Détailler en séance 2, 3 et 4 – Base de données – procédures, application, workflow, BPR – infrastructure technique
  • A voir si on ne peut pas faire évoluer Enfin à retravailler
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    • 1. Introduction to the management of information systems Sup de Co - PCM English Track Year 2008-2009 Diana Mangalagiu Strategy and Management Department – Reims Management School
    • 2. Introduction to the management of information systems
      • Definitions of Information Systems (IS):
      • Alter (1996): “ An IS is a system using information technologies for entering , transmitting, storing, retrieving, treating and/or displaying the information to be used in management processes.”
      • Robert Reix (2000): “ An IS is an organized set of resources  : hardware, software, personnel, data, procedures which makes possible the acquisition, treatment, communication of information (as data, text, images, sounds etc.) in the organizations .”
      • Mélissa Saadoun (2002):   “ An IS is a system composed by various elements of information gathering and treatment . The main goal of an IS is the access, at the right time, at the right information in order to take the right decision . The communication at the right time and the accuracy of the information flow are essential feature of an IS dynamics .”
      Credits: Annie Falantin, Diana Mangalagiu
    • 3. Data Gathering and Entry Transmission Storage Retrieval Treatment Transmission Display Diffusion Communication Human & Hardware Hardware Human & Hardware Network Network Data : text, digits, sound, image, video Database Software (basic and applicative) Input Processing Output The elements of a Computer-Based Information System (CBIS)
    • 4. Introduction to the management of information systems
      • An objective-oriented set:
      • An CBIS is oriented, by nature, to the execution of the information basic treatments.
      • i.e.:
      • data entry
      • data treatment
      • data storage
      • data communication/transmission
      • for:
      • the automatization of the information treatment tasks
      • the decision-aid
      • the communication inside and outside the firms
      • in order to achieve economic performance.
      Credits: Annie Falantin, Diana Mangalagiu
    • 5. Introduction to the management of information systems
      • The CBIS contributes to the:
      • Optimization of functions, operations more or less
      • repetitive and of applications
      • Synchronizations of functioning
      • Analyses and decisions
      • Competitive challenges
      Credits: Annie Falantin, Diana Mangalagiu
    • 6. Introduction to the management of information systems Commercial Delivery Invoicing Purchasing Production Accounting Applicative software 1 – Customized 2 – Integrated (ERP) Other functions … Credits: Annie Falantin, Diana Mangalagiu Applicative software
    • 7. Introduction to the management of information systems
      • Individual
      • In a group (service, project)
      • In an organization
      • Inter-organizational
      Data processing BPM The CBIS: Credits: Annie Falantin, Diana Mangalagiu
    • 8. Introduction to the management of information systems
      • Associated to B to B commerce
      • Associated to B to C commerce
      EDI Extranet E-Marketplace Internet Online services Credits: Annie Falantin, Diana Mangalagiu
      • Internal databases
      • Internal & external databases
      Decision-aid: - Datawarehouse - Datamart Workflow
    • 9. Introduction to the management of information systems - Security of CBIS - Outsourcing Credits: Annie Falantin, Diana Mangalagiu - Management of Projects
    • 10. Introduction to the management of information systems
      • What are the criteria to be used by firms in order to implement new computer-based information systems?
      • New economic perspectives (exchanges, partnerships, etc.)
        • (E-COMMERCE)
      • Delays and process length reduction
      • (JUSTE-In-TIME)
      • Cost control and increasing volume of data to be handled
      • (PRODUCTIVITY)
      • Outsourcing and internationalization of the activities and personnel
      • (INTERNATIONALIZATION, GLOBALIZATION)
      • Traceability and sustainability of the current management processes
      • (QUALITY, norms ISO 9000, …)
      • External norms to be adopted (IAS-IFRS)
      Credits: Annie Falantin, Diana Mangalagiu
    • 11. Introduction to the management of information systems An CBIS has 3 dimensions: ORGANISATIONAL DIMENSION INFORMATIONAL DIMENSION TECHNOLOGICAL DIMENSION Credits: Annie Falantin, Diana Mangalagiu
    • 12. KEY SUCCESS FACTORS OF AN CBIS 1 - Privilege information control over technology Maîtrise d’ouvrage Maîtrise d’œuvre 2 - Deliver solutions in conformity with “Q / D / C” Delays Costs Quality Specifications 3 - Extract the best return on investment (ROI) Introduction to the management of information systems Credits: Annie Falantin, Diana Mangalagiu