| Unit 26 Managing Business Information | BTEC L3 Diploma/Ext. Dipl. - Business | | Salindu Sadishan | 12/5/15 | Assignment 1 of 1: Know how organisation use business information and maintaining an information system | Content Introduction 2 Task 1: Explain the sources of information needed in a selected organisation. 2 1.1 External and Internal Sources of Information 2 1.2 Primary and Secondary Sources of Information 3 1.3 Qualitative and Quantitative Data 3 1.4 Source of Information 3 Task2: Describe the characteristics of the information needed in a selected organisation. 5 Task 3: Input and manipulate the data entered into data management software (P5) 0 Produce Information in suitable format to support business decision making (P6) 0 3.1 A table 0 3.2 Create a form 0 3.3 Create a query 1 3.4 Create a report 1 3.5 Delete one of the records 2 3.6 Give a brief description of the query function and give an example of how it could assist Mr. Qureshi in his everyday tasks 3 Task 4: Describe how information is used for different purposes in a selected organisation (P3) Explain how business information is used for different purposes in a selected organisation (M1) 0 4.1 Differentiation of computerized and paper based ledgers 0 4.2 The Benefits of Using Database 1 Task 5a) Compare the features of different types of software used in producing information to support business decision making (M2) 1 Task 5b) Analyse information produced in different formats to support business decision making (M3) 2 Task 6: Describe the legal issues an organisation must consider in using business information (P4) 3 Task7: Recommend how a selected organisation could improve the quality of its business information to support decision making.
(AC1.3) Evaluate the factors which influence the nature and structure of accounting systems of Tesco Plc. (Task 1 covers assessment criteria AC1.1, AC1.2 & AC1.3 under LO1)4 Task 2 (LO2: Be able to analyse the management control systems of a business) Scenario: According to the
[pic] Chronological flow of activities (Business Process): 1. Customer delivers…………. 2. 2. a) List the specific items of information that are usually gathered at the POS (Point of Sale terminal or cash register) and recorded when a customer checks out (excluding obtaining the identity of the customer which is covered in Q3)? b) What are three important uses of this information at
Information Systems Paper Tommy Jordan CIS/207 June 10, 2012 Professor Ike Shia Information Systems Paper This paper will indentify and describe how information systems support the business processes in an organization. The paper will provide examples of some business processes that happened within the organization of a former employer. Finally the paper will describe the strengths and weaknesses of the information systems that have been chosen and how to improve on those systems. Information Systems Identity and Description There are several information systems that support business processes. For this paper two were indentified, highlighted, and described.
Research approach PART 2 INFORMATION GATHERING AND BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING TECHNIQUES 1. Sources of information used in the research report 2. Description of methods applied in collecting information 3. Limitations of my information gathering methods 4. Ethical issues encountered during the information gathering and how they were resolved 5.
Physical database design – to decide how the logical structure is to be physically implemented (as relations) in the target Database Management System (DBMS). See Section 14.1.2 for complete definitions. 14.3 Identify important factors in the success of logical database design. • Work interactively with the users as much as
3 Chapter three Methodology 3.1 Introduction This chapter describes the procedures used to accomplish the objectives of our project and some data gathering techniques applied. The chapter accounts for all programming tools and languages used to carry out this project. We also described the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Model used to complete this project. 3.2 The Model Used for the Project within the Software development Lifecycle The software development life cycle (SDLC) is a technique used through the software business to design, improve, and test excessive great software. The SDLC ambitions are to provide amazing software program that meets or surpasses client desires, reaches of entirety within instances and price estimates.
Sprague defines quantitative analysis as “an analysis technique used in finance, business, and research to assess and understand process behavior with the use of mathematical and statistical modeling. Quantitative reasoning is used as a mathematical means of assessing the reality of a current system or process” (2008). In this paper, I will discuss how statistics and other quantitative tools will apply to business and how the University of Phoenix’s Quantitative Reasoning for business course will help students in their roles as manager. Application to Business Mid and upper level managers are typically expected to answer questions and make decisions. Those questions and decisions require using as much analysis as possible.
Technology allows businesses to deliver goods and services whenever and wherever the customer wants them. You can order books and clothes, arrange a home mortgage loan, and buy music or a car online, anytime you choose. (Nickels, 2013). We can look at the operational activities of a bank as an example of how technology has changed the relationships we have with certain businesses. In the past, the customer had to depend on the working hours of their bank in order to conduct several different transactions including, but not limited to, depositing checks, withdrawing funds, transferring money, or even opening an account.
In the section 3.1, it is discussed how Enterprise Architecture can influence strategic planning. In particular, section 3.1.1 presents an innovative solution to relate operational data with architecture to enable senior management to make more accurate decisions. Section 3.2 investigates the role that EAM can have in the project life cycle. In section 3.3, it presents an online survey that tests the consideration of Enterprise Architecture Management in