BUMT3450 Business Information Technology
October 22, 2013
1. In what respect does business strategy resemble military strategy? In war strategy is a framework of an approach to obtaining advantageous position. In business a strategy is an approach designed to an organizations performance competitors, unlike battle plans, however business strategy often takes the form of opportunity rather than beating rivals.
2. Refer to chapter 1’s discussion of different types of information system. Which types of IS’s can gain strategy advantage and which types of IS’s cannot? And why? IS’s that can gain a strategic advantage would be, supply chain management systems; innovative products/services are what consumers are interested in and the convenience. Customer Relationship Management; customers like to build a business-customer relationship; with a consumer bond you can receive loyalty and revenue. Geographic Information Systems helps with your location/demographic for whom you’re going to sell to. Transaction Processing System can not gain you a strategic advantage because this program is to keep track of our own, not to real in consumers and gain a competitive edge.
3. What should an information system achieve for an organization in order to be considered a strategic information system? An Information system should be innovate web-based system that give a company competitive advantage is a strategic information system.
4. What strategic goal can IS attain that does not involve wresting market share from competitors? For example American Apparel is a clothing brand that is known for being self-interactive. Having its own Manufacture, Testing and fabric/print develop warehouse, even locations and websites. Being Self supplied can keep you from being a wrest market.
5. What conditions must exist in an organization planning an SIS? First, the information system must serve an organizational goal rather than simply...
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