Chapter 8 Enterprise Information Systems

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● Chapter 8
Enterprise Information Systems
● Learning Objectives
● United States Military Turns to Portals Vignette
● Enterprise Information Systems
● Information Flows
● Capabilities of Enterprise Information System
● Capabilities of Enterprise Information System, continued
● Comparing EIS to DSS
● EIS Data Access and Use
● Enterprise Portals
● Soft Information
● Organizational Decisional Support Systems
● Supply Chains
● Value Chains
● Value System
● Supply Chain Problems
● Supply Chain Problem Solutions
● Material Resource Planning
● Integration
● Enterprise Resource Planning
● Customer Resource Management Systems (CRM)
● CRM
● Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)
● PLM
● Business Process Management Systems (BPM)
● Business Activity Monitoring Systems (BAM)
● Frontline Decision Support Systems
● Future Developments

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system, information, customer, chain, business, management, datum, process, support, enterprise, ., improve,

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chapter ۸ enterprise information systems turban aronson and liang decision support systems and intelligent systems seventh edition learning objectives learn the basic concepts in enterprise information systems. determine how to extract information needs for a dss. compare features and capabilities of eis and dss. learn the relationship between and amongst business intelligence dss systems. understand the capabilities of enterprise information portals. examine supply chain management issues. discuss customer relationship management concepts. understand how the web impacts eis and vice versa. describe how eis has improved decision making. learn emerging and future eis. united states military turns to portals vignette implement web based portals to enhance communications allows quick dispersal of combat intelligence improve quality of life issues connect support applications with tactical applications enterprise information systems executive information system computer system that allows executives access to management reports drill down capabilities user friendly executive support systems comprehensive executive support system includes communication office automation analysis support business intelligence enterprise information systems corporate wide system not restricted to executives business intelligence information flows internal information from functional units external information from internet news media government environmental scanning capabilities of enterprise information system drill down paths supported by star or snowflake schemas critical success factors strategic managerial or operational sources organizational industrial environmental types of information monitored key problem narratives highlight charts top level financials key factors detailed key performance indicator responsibility reports capabilities of enterprise information system continued status access relevance of latest data of key indicators analysis built in analytical functions integration with dss products analysis by intelligent agents exception reporting management by exception to standards navigation of information large amounts of data can be analyzed audio and visual use of colors and sounds communications e mail gss news groups interface with voice mail comparing eis to dss eis supports upper management in discovering problems and opportunities repetitive analysis high speed gui based dss analyzes specific problem or opportunity ad hoc analysis effective may have gui integration uses eis output to launch dss data from same places integrates user roles third party software eis data access and use data usually comes from single warehouse advanced data visualization combines multidimensional analysis with olap spreadsheets and graphics slice and dice web ready enterprise portals corporate portals integrate internal and external applications web based interface effective distribution of information encourage collaboration data visualization tools customized search engines soft information information for questionable sources that is used informally vague unofficial news reports and external data sources predictions and speculations explanations and justifications opinions and gut feelings rumors and hearsay organizational decisional support systems focused on organizational task or activity affects several units cuts across hierarchy layers cuts across functional groups computer based communication technology can be integrated into a dss or eis supply chains old supply chain material flow from sources to finished product and disbursement within the organization demand chain order generation taking and fulfillment new flow of material information services from suppliers through manufacturer to end user supply chain management planning organization and coordination of supply chain activities increase effectiveness reduce risk decrease cycle time improve customer service supply chains upstream suppliers internal supply chain changing inputs to outputs downstream distribution value chains porter’s value chain model primary activities inbound logistics operations outbound logistics marketing and sales customer service support activities organization’s infrastructure human resource management technology development procurement value system value chain is part of larger stream called value system includes tiers of suppliers value chains of distributors buyers extended supply chain maximize and optimize total value of chain supply chain problems uncertainties demand forecasts delivery time quality issues need to coordinate activities other issues poor customer service obtaining real time data on chain status cultural problems supply chain problem solutions solutions inventory management shipping management efficient purchasing jit crm collaboration along chain strategic partnerships reduce number of intermediaries outsourcing material resource planning mrp system production plan for ۱ capacity inventory models master production schedule component lists crp system added factory and machine capacities mrpii system added financial and resource planning integration tangible benefits inventory reduction personnel reduction improved productivity cost reductions increased revenues delivery improvement order management reduction in maintenance intangible benefits visibility of information improved processes better customer service standardization flexibility globalization improved employee satisfaction increased business performance enterprise resource planning erp computer system that integrates all of an organization’s departments and functions shortens production times based on value chain view decreases costs in chain expensive increases customer service single interface facilitates business process changes automates key business processes scm provides intelligent decision support overlay erp advanced planning and scheduling modules enterprise resource planning options build your own off the shelf packages outsource application service providers problems high failure rate erp is a formal business process organization’s processes don’t match the erp’s software capability and needs vary customer resource management systems crm enterprise approach communication based focused on customer acquisition customer retention customer loyalty customer profitability empowers employees enables one to one marketing allows for proper allocation of resources to each customer class crm relationship technologies data warehouses foundation for crm business intelligence business analytics data mining predictive analytics determine relationships olap integrated with gis geographical preferences revenue management optimization software optimized pricing data mining workbench targets promotions crm benefits decrease expense of recruiting customer reduce sales costs greater profitability through targeting and segmentation increase customer retention increase customer loyalty improve customer service customer focused issues failure to use software integration organizational culture expensive adapting business processes retention of employees training allocation of time for deployment commitment from top management crm success often intangible improved customer satisfaction tangible reduced reporting cycle reduced expense of doing business reduced sales cycle increased productivity increased sale indications systems used to meet key customer needs make in depth analysis of customer costs and potential profits information linked from disparate business units employees empowered to handle customers’ problems product lifecycle management plm integrated information driven includes all aspects of product’s life goals streamline development increase innovation requires integration of independent databases shares information about product among different groups both inside and outside organization plm tracks electronic information about life of product links together all required processes integrates nodules and tools into single application suite enhances communication and collaboration product data is central component repository specifications requirements design documents manufacturing plans and support available to all stakeholders at all times plm benefits flexibility reduced change orders improved design reduced production times reduced time to market improved quality control collaboration centralized repository issues support from senior management user involvement training integration business process management systems bpm integrates data applications and people through business process streamlined automates processes less administration graphical map of processes enterprise information portal into business processes integrates systems provides view of organization’s health and progress unifies rules processes methods and workflows benefits links legacy systems to newer workflows issues forces review of processes business activity monitoring systems bam real time systems monitoring specific facility detects opportunities problems and threats modeling function for solutions collaboration fast response benefits …

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