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Information Systems in Business, Full Textbook Notes

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Texbook Notes, including all chapters from 1-10. Textbook: Enabling Business in a Digital World. Sem 1, 2017.

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Economy Marketing Business New media E-commerce Social information processing Web 2.0 Management Customer relationship management Supply chain management Digital marketing Online shopping
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It collects, process, store and distribute information. Information systems is used to support decision making, coordination and control. There are three interrelated changes in the technology area: 1) The emerging mobile digital platform 2) The growing business use of “big data”. 3) The growth in “cloud computing”, where more and more business software runs over the Internet Functions - Input – capture/collect data - Processing – convert raw input to meaningful information - Output – transfer of processed information A digital firm is one in which nearly all the organization’s significant business relationships with customers, suppliers, and employees are digitally enabled and meditated. Core business processes are accomplished through digital networks spanning the entire organization or linking multiple organi...
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