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  • Computer Applications and Systems - Workshop II

    1. 1. BIS 220 Computer Applications and Systems WORKSHOP II, RAJI GOGULAPATI JULY 2014
    2. 2. Workshop I Review & Workshop II Transforming Business Data to Useful Knowledge Data Management Issues Role of Databases Data life cycle Applications Data, Information & Knowledge – Summary Benefits of collaboration tools Glimpses Into e business & e commerce Your activities for coming week Topics
    3. 3. Knowledge, Feedback, Respond http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OODA_loop
    4. 4. Workshop I Review – Quiz Transforming Data To Useful Knowledge Data Management Issues Role of Databases Data life cycle Applications Data, Information & Knowledge - Summary Benefits of collaboration tools Glimpses Into e business & ecommerce Your activities for coming week Topics
    5. 5. Applications Database ETL Data Ware house BI Data products Analytics Standard Data Management Architecture
    6. 6. Data Products Recommender Systems (Amazon)
    7. 7. Data Products Recommender Systems (Amazon)
    8. 8. Recommender Systems (Amazon)
    9. 9. System Request/ Problem Statement Input Output Integration Evaluation Data Products/ Recommender Systems
    10. 10. Timeliness ROI UsageSharable Enhancement Value of Knowledge
    11. 11. Business Data  Intelligence
    12. 12. F O C U S
    13. 13. • Structured • Transaction data from ERP, CRM Systems Traditional sources of data • Text from social media, clickstream transactions, weblogs • Sensor data (RFID), several unstructured sources New sources of data
    14. 14. BI Applications
    15. 15. Business Information Customer Productivity Trends Sales Supply Chain Activity
    16. 16. Tools Mobile devices, in memory systems Improved user interfaces for search Cloud for storage and processing Analytics software Sophisticated pattern recognition, optimization techniques Visualization tools and techniques
    17. 17. Handle large volume efficiently User friendly to consumer and IT people Be technically sound Meet security standards Affordable Choices to rent with cloud
    18. 18. Business Intelligence environment Transforming data to useful knowledge
    19. 19. Database Applications Role of databases
    20. 20. Workshop I Review & Workshop II Transforming Business Data to Useful Knowledge Data Management Issues Role of Databases Data life cycle Applications Data, Information & Knowledge – Summary Benefits of collaboration tools Glimpses Into ebusiness & ecommerce Your activities for coming week Topics
    21. 21. Distribution Heterogeneity Standards
    22. 22. Information Architecture Strategic applications High potential applications Support Applications Key Operational applications John Ward
    23. 23. Trends, tools and technologies that help databases more useful and accessible
    24. 24. A Data Base Management System is a software system designed to store, manage and facilitate access to databases. Database is a very large integrated collection of data.
    25. 25. Reporting Logical views Database administration Data integrity Data availability Application Support Web Access Device/ Mobile Access Human Access? What does a DBMS Do?
    26. 26. DBMS Concurrency control, Recovery, DBMS Simple, efficient, ad hoc queries DBMS Benefits of good data modeling
    27. 27. Disadvantages of a File Processing system Data Redundancy And Inconsistency Difficulty In Accessing Data Data Isolation Integrity Problem Security Problem Atomicity Problem Concurrent Access Anomalies
    28. 28. Dominant part of software industry Several related industries Relational products dominant • Oracle, Sybase, IBM, Microsoft • Data warehouse, storage, backup, BI • CRM, ERP, app integration • Open source Commercial Outlook
    29. 29. Data dictionary Data admin Access Services Database admin Integrity Security Elements of Information management
    30. 30. Data management vs Information management Data in a database and otherwise Data modeling and database modeling
    31. 31. Workshop I Review & Workshop II Transforming Business Data to Useful Knowledge Data Management Issues Role of Databases Data life cycle Applications Data, Information & Knowledge – Summary Benefits of collaboration tools Glimpses Into e business & e commerce Your activities for coming week
    32. 32. Results Data visualization Decisions, Knowledge management Data Analysis OLAP, Queries, Executive dashboard DSS, Data mining Data sources Internal External Personal Data life cycle applications
    33. 33. Strategy SCM, CRM, electronic commerce Document management Data life cycle applications - Solutions
    34. 34. Workshop I Review & Workshop II Transforming Business Data to Useful Knowledge Data Management Issues Role of Databases Data life cycle Applications Data, Information & Knowledge – Summary Benefits of collaboration tools Glimpses Into ebusiness & ecommerce Your activities for coming week Topics
    35. 35. Visible examples of collaboration on the web
    36. 36. Emerging better tools to work with…. Communication, Interaction • Free and easy • Several alternatives to channels No structure imposed • Natural emergence of structure New approaches
    37. 37. Collaboration at work Themes on how tools were built and used • Recommendation systems Building Wikipedia • Delicious tags RSS • How does structure emerge out of contributions?
    38. 38. Foster environments to encourage openness Ground rules with facilitators Self organization takes time Healthy community building is not easy What can organizations do with web 2.0?
    39. 39. Permeate the entire organization Evolution of Social business Impact of cloud services • Engage, connect • Adapt towards transparency • Social customer • Social brand • Social business • Social Media and Organizations
    40. 40. What is web 2.0?
    41. 41. What is web 2.0?
    42. 42. What is web 2.0?
    43. 43. Workshop I Review & Workshop II Transforming Business Data to Useful Knowledge Data Management Issues Role of Databases Data life cycle Applications Data, Information & Knowledge – Summary Benefits of collaboration tools Glimpses Into ebusiness & ecommerce Your activities for coming week Topics
    44. 44. E commerce vs E Business E COMMERCE buying and selling products and services on the internet E BUSINESS indicates the broader spectrum of business activities that can be conducted over the internet
    45. 45. E-commerce is a way to conduct, manage and execute business transactions using computer and telecommunication networks.
    46. 46. Electronic funds transfer Electronic data interchange Electronic publishing Electronic messaging Collaborative work Electronic commerce Frontiers
    47. 47. E commerce overview Convergence of previously disparate functions Scope Changes Attributes Drivers
    48. 48. E commerce business models Portals B2B (exchange, hub, spoke) B2C C2C C2B Value Chains Intranet at work place Houstonstreet.com Amazon.com, petsmart.com eBay.com Priceline.com
    49. 49. E commerce business models (contd) Brokerage model Infomediary model Direct (manufacturing) model Community model Utility model Advertising model Merchant model Affiliate model Subscription model
    50. 50. How does internet change the dynamics of markets? What are the effects of ecommerce and competitive implications on pricing? How would offline and online balance the needs of the digital consumer? Questions? More questions?
    51. 51. Work on the team assignments – proposal and summary Prepare and submit individual assignment as per syllabus. Read: Selected Readings specified in Materials page, Refer to your syllabus for details on activities during the workshop Your activities for the coming week
    52. 52. The chapters recommended from the electronic texts in Materials were used. Source for slides on Information Architecture and Information Management are from Principles of Information Systems Management by John Ward Source Material used in Workshop II

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