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MIS for Business


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MIS for Business

  1. 1. Information Technology Capital Investment • Information technology capital investment, defined as hardware, software, and communications equipment, grew from 32 percent to 52 percent of all invested capital between 1980 and 2009.
  2. 2. How information systems are transforming business
  3. 3. • Increase in wireless technology use, Web sites. • Database systems for storage of huge data. • Saving time and money for business. • Security of the data. • Cloud computing, mobile digital platform allow more distributed work, decision-making, and collaboration. • Globalization • Internet not only add challenges to the existing firms but it also give opportunities to them. • Internet has drastically reduced costs of operating on global scale. How information systems are transforming business
  4. 4. • Growing interdependence between ability to use information technology and ability to implement corporate strategies and achieve corporate goals • Business firms invest heavily in information systems to achieve six strategic business objectives: 1. Operational excellence 2. New products, services, and business models 3. Customer and supplier intimacy 4. Improved decision making 5. Competitive advantage 6. Survival Business Objectives
  5. 5. The Interdependence Between Organizations and Information Technology
  6. 6. Supermarket
  7. 7. The Business Information Value Chain
  8. 8. Database Management
  9. 9. Implication of E-business
  10. 10. A Accounts Receivable System
  11. 11. A Sales Information System
  12. 12. A Inventory Control System
  13. 13. A Employee Record-Keeping System