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Business Driven Information Systems (PREOWNED COPY - PLEASE READ NOTES IN DESCRIPTION)

by: Paige Baltzan, Amy Phillips, Kathy Lynch, Peter Blakey

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PRE-OWNED - Limited stock! This book is not new. Please see description for details on the condition of this copy. Feel free to contact Bookware customer service for more information.
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Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL,31.10.09

Category: Business Information Systems Level:

ISBN: 0070277273
ISBN13: 9780070277274

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THIS IS A PREOWNED COPY - IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. PAGES ARE NOT MARRED BY HIGHLIGHTING OR UNDERLINING. SOME WEAR TO COVERS, BUT OTHERWISE IN GREAT CONDITION. PLEASE CONTACT BOOKWARE CUSTOMER SERVICE IF YOU REQUIRE ANY FURTHER INFORMATION,

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Business Driven Information Systems (BDIS) took the US market by storm in its first edition thanks to cutting edge content and an unparalleled range of technical resources. Australian and New Zealand academics have optimised the text for the global and local environment whilst retaining its content and technology strengths.

The Baltzan and Phillips approach firstly discusses various business initiatives and secondly outlines how technology supports those initiatives. The premise for this unique approach is that business initiatives drive technology choices in a corporation. This approach takes difficult and often intangible MIS concepts, brings them down to the students' level, and applies them using a hands-on approach to reinforce the concepts. BDIS provides the foundation that will enable students to achieve excellence in business whether they major in operations management, manufacturing, sales or marketing. BDIS is designed to give students the ability to understand how information technology can be a point of strength in an organisation.

As educators, Baltzan and Phillips know that time is a scarce resource for lecturers. So, they have built MIS Forum - an online forum that hosts additional current content and links to topical news clips that can be used in lectures. Students can bring the whole thing together by applying their skills to an online cohesion case ? the Broadway Cafe. Here lecturers can assign pre-made individual or group assignments as students take the role of small business owners with MIS challenges.
Key Features

# author narrated Captivate videos that walk students through technology
# video suite
# MIS Forum, access additional current content and collaborate with instructors from around the world
# technology plug-ins for Microsoft applications
# Apply your Knowledge project and data files
# Multiple-choice revision quizzing online

Table of Contents

Business-driven information systems: Australasian Edition
Part 1: Business-driven information systems
Chapter 1: Information systems in business
Chapter 2: Strategic decision making
Chapter 3: E-business
Part 2: Essentials of information systems
Chapter 4: Ethics and information security
Chapter 5: Enterprise architectures
Chapter 6: Databases and data warehouses
Chapter 7: Networks, telecommunications and mobile technology
Part 3: Enterprise information systems
Chapter 8: Operations management and supply chain management
Chapter 9: Customer relationship management and business intelligence
Chapter 10: Enterprise resource planning and collaboration systems
Part 4: Developing information systems
Chapter 11: Systems development and project management
Chapter 12: Globalisation, innovation and 21st century organisational trends