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If a company uses information systems, then they must also enact a company policy to protect that information. For instance, sensitive information cannot be made public to all employees.
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ISS is system helps organisations to manimize cost and maximise proft... And also make organisations work properly in modern way like fust easy to use and time
Information systems affect organization by creating a better working environment. They provide support for business operations, help with product development, build relati…onships with customers and suppliers, and help with the business model itself.
Because one of the references needed in decision making, may it be; to expand, to improve, to acquire, to drop or to position, is: accurate and reliable information.
One way to inform your customer about the company's holidays is to post signs in your establishment. Another way to is through the mail. You could have calendars printed u…p with your holidays noted.
Operations strategy is the collective concrete actions chosen, mandated, or stimulated by corporate strategy. It is, of course, implemented within the operations function. Thi…s operations strategy binds the various operations decisions and actions into a cohesive consistent response to competitive forces by linking firm policies, programs, systems, and actions into a systematic response to the competitive priorities chosen and communicated by the corporate or business strategy. In simpler terms, the operations strategy specifies how the firm will employ its operations capabilities to support the business strategy. Operations strategy has a long-term concern for how to best determine and develop the firm's major operations resources so that there is a high degree of compatibility between these resources and the business strategy. Very broad questions are addressed regarding how major resources should be configured in order to achieve the firm's corporate objectives. Some of the issues of relevance include long-term decisions regarding capacity, location, processes, technology, and timing. The achievement of world-class status through operations requires that operations be integrated with the other functions at the corporate level. In broad terms, an operation has two important roles it can play in strengthening the firm's overall strategy. One option is to provide processes that give the firm a distinct advantage in the marketplace. Operations will provide a marketing edge through distinct, unique technology developments in processes that competitors cannot match. The second role that operations can play is to provide coordinated support for the essential ways in which the firm's products win orders over their competitors, also known as distinctive competencies. The firm's operations strategy must be conducive to developing a set of policies in both process choice and infrastructure design (controls, procedures, systems, etc.) that are consistent with the firm's distinctive competency. Most firms share access to the same processes and technology, so they usually differ little in these areas. What is different is the degree to which operations matches its processes and infrastructure to its distinctive competencies.
Strategy is the thinking behind business actions. It answers the question: What is our plan for growing the business and attracting customers, operating, and achieving our fin…ancial and strategic objectives? Top managers need to decide the big questions such as:(1) who are our customers?, (2) what prodcts do we sell?, (3) what business do we want to be in?, (4) do we want tp merge or acquire orexpand or shronk?, (5) how is the market changing, and what are we doing to do to keep up? Itis really about, "What is the Plan?" Strategy is th big plan. Strategy is not "doing", it is the thinking, and answering "How will we achieve our goals." Strategy is the thinking strategically, working smart, whereas executing and day to day work is "working hard". (information from class lecture by Professor Joseph Patton, Summer 2011, FAU)
Information must be used in corporate planning. A history of monthly sales can help the Corporation plan for its yearly budget. Information regarding the average age of their …customer can help the Corporation plan for its product line.
depend on the security and access given to the authority and the maintence and security softwares installed upto date
Which audit can be performed by a company's accounting department on their information technology systems?
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