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Describe strategic information system SISs and how information technology ;otter companies improve their competitive positions. The infrastructure for e-business is network computing, which connects computers and other electronic devices via telecommunication networks. These computers may be connected to the global networked environment, known as the internet, or to its counter part within organizations, called an intranet, many companies link their intranet to those of their business partners over networks called extranets.
Provide fast, accurate, and inexpensive communication within and between organizations.
Automate both semiautomatic business processes and manual tasks. Store huge amounts of rainr in an easy-to-access, yet small space. Allow quick and inexpensive access to vast amount of information, worldwide. Facilitate the interpretation of vast amounts of data Enable communication and collaboration anywhere, any time.
Increase the effectiveness and efficiency of people working in groups in one place or in several locations, anywhere. Facilitate work in hazardous environment. A vast array of digitizable product -data bases, news and information, books, magazines, TV and radio programming, movies, electronic games, musical CDs, and software- which are delivered over the digital infrastructure any time, ibformation in the world Yechnology and firm conducting financial transaction digitally-through digital currencies or financial tokens carried via networked computers and mobile devices Physical goods such as home appliances and automobiles that are embedded with microprocessors and networking capabilities.
Access campus web site PhotographyBuy film, use camera, take picture, take it for processing Use digital camera Paying for GasolineFill up your car, go inside, pay cash or credit card Use speed pass token wave over the sensor and go Paying the TransportationPay cash, metal tokensMetro cards electronic cards Paying for goodsVisit store, take the item, pay, goUse self — service kiosks Supplying commercial photos Use newspapers, paper, catalog or on line Use hub-like supply chain with digitized picture Organization are developing new models for business, the economy, and tl Name- your- Own- Price: Bidding Using Reverse Auctions: Via a request for quote, the buyer indicates a desire to receive bids on a particular introduvtion, and would-be sellers bid on the job Marketing partners place a banner ad for a company on their Web site Group Purchasing: The purchase orders of many buyers are aggregated, a small business, or even an individual, can get a discount E-Marketplace: Markets in which buyers and sellers negotiate online Significant changes in any of these factor are likely to create business pressure on organization.
The global economy and strong competition The changing nature of the workforce Powerful customers. Technological Innovation and Obsolescence Information Overload. An informationn over competitors in some measure such as cost, quality, or speed, leads to control porter a market and to larger- than average profits.
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