Foundations of Information Systems
The text is written for the Management Information Systems course taught either at undergraduate level in the Junior year, or at MBA-level. Many students will NOT be MIS majors, but need to know what IS can do for them as managers. Vladimir Zwass is a distinguished and respected author in the MIS field.
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analysis applications applications software area network business processes capabilities Chapter company's competitive components computer system corporate costs customers database decision support systems devices discuss disk documents electronic electronic commerce electronic data interchange employees end users end-user environment ethical example executive executive information systems expert system firm firm's fourth-generation languages functions global graphics groupware hardware implemented information technology input interface Internet inventory knowledge languages main memory mainframe manufacturing marketing mation systems microcomputers multimedia object-oriented objective on-line operating system organization organizational output packages performance personal computers principal problem processor prototype query redesign screen secondary storage server shown in Figure specific stored strategic information systems structure subsystems suppliers systems development telecommunications networks tems tion transaction processing systems value chain vendors virtual workstations