COMM391 103 Phase 7

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COMM391 103 Phase 7 by Mind Map: COMM391 103 Phase 7

1. Group 318

1.1. Biometric Scanners for physician log in

1.1.1. A PC system compatible with biometric technology

1.1.2. Biometric security software

1.1.3. biometric scanners

1.1.4. Finances to implement system Favorable cost benefit analysis

1.2. HID Key Cards

1.2.1. Pc system

1.2.2. Hid Cards

1.2.3. System to make cards

1.2.4. HID card readers

1.2.5. Software to coordinate cards with required accesses

1.2.6. Very expensive, can use keys, doesn't add value to our business

1.3. Speech to text

1.3.1. A microphone (preferably using bluetooth)

1.3.2. computer system

1.3.3. advanced speech recogntion software that interfaces with our charting system

1.3.4. Technology is more widely available, need to do cost benefit analysis

1.4. Barcode Scanning System

1.4.1. PC system

1.4.2. Barcode creating software

1.4.3. Barcode scanners

1.4.4. Database

1.4.5. Inventory management software to interface with collected scan data

1.4.6. Barcode systems are common and less expensive than alternatives such as rfid tags

1.5. Written Recognition

1.5.1. PC system

1.5.2. written recognition hardware (pen and pad)

1.5.3. Software system to input handwriting, analyze and connect to the appropriate patient charts

1.5.4. Technology is more widely available, need to do cost benefit analysis

1.6. Jonokomed

1.6.1. PC System Every doctor will require a laptop We will need a wireless network

1.6.2. The software

1.6.3. Systems to interface with our technologies and other programs like pharmanet

1.6.4. Storage requriements Data will need to be stored securely on site and backed up off site

2. Group 319

2.1. ERP

2.1.1. Functional  Accurately retrieve information  Has to have an automated backup and recovery system; this can likely be provided by the cloud service provider though we should have a local backup  Automatically manage payroll and generate cheques/direct deposit  Reports for CEO: customer satisfaction, making success, monthly/quarterly/yearly, accounting (rev and cost) per customer, analyze costs and profits  Reports for Hiring Directors: employee tracking, satisfaction of clients, sales pipeline, potential candidates for open position  Forms: input data from the websites for clients as well as employee-side form; candidates must be able to update their profiles  Information-oriented Make sure that all staff are seeing the same information Ensure that it has web platform for clients to access their information Process-oriented Connect job-profiles, candidate profiles, etc. to achieve matching

2.1.2. Non-functional  Have it accessible from mobile devices  Must maintain security of client data; there are likely legal constraints around this  Different security levels and users to maintain data security and a customer privacy; achieve this through different authority levels of users  Must have a secure and constant connection; have to consider going with a LAN rather than a wifi

3. Group 320

3.1. RFID

3.1.1. Functional requirements Information oriented- we must obtain information regarding instock products must be cost effective in order to improve the supply chain

3.1.2. non-functional performance- should take no longer than a few seconds

3.2. ECommerce

3.2.1. Functional requirements - system must record the sales and transaction history of its users - system must show detailed information regarding our products, and allow users to order these products Must have access to online banking services to pay for products

3.2.2. Non-functional Security- subscription uses should have access to recipies while everyone can access the catalogue

3.3. Recommendation agents

3.3.1. non-functional the data we collect and use the users must agree on the use of the information

3.3.2. functional need information from data mining to come up with cross-selling solutions that we can send through newsletters to the cx - not accessing all the databases, just the database concerning cx info

3.4. computer terminals

3.4.1. Functional requirements Needs to detect the bar code and automatically show the information on the data base regarding that info of that item

3.4.2. Non-functional performance- should take no longer than a few seconds

4. Group 317

4.1. Knowledge Management Technology

4.1.1. What can it show? Summarize information given to company by employers and workers- analyze patterns, identify potential matches, organize by target segment and industry, maintain relationships with customers who are no longer using the service, retrive information from past matches made.

4.1.2. Functional Requirements Provide City Workforce with the information it needs in order to make decisions and match employers with workers. Share valuable information throughout organization as well as offices across Canada.

4.1.3. Non-Functional Requirements Speed, easily accessable, reliable

5. Group 316-MoveIT

5.1. GPS

5.1.1. Functional Requirements: Must be able to link right customer information with right address Must be able to precisely locate address

5.1.2. What can it show: productivity of workers Location of trucks

5.1.3. What can it do What can it do: locate moving trucks and the progress of the move

5.2. Cell Phone

5.2.1. What can it do: Connects employees with the firm and customers with the business

5.2.2. Functional requirements Must be able to have a secure connection

5.2.3. What can it show: how many customers are contacting us via phone rather than our website

5.3. Cloud Computing (Dr. Mover & Sales Force)

5.3.1. What can it do: connects business with partners and allows them to share data

5.3.2. What can it show: data points, trends

5.3.3. Functional Requirements: Must allow users to search up customer/partner information Must have good security

6. Group 315 - DataMed

6.1. ID Card

6.1.1. Allows patients to access online profile using number on ID card along with user name and password Allows clinic to pull up patient information in their internal system

6.1.2. Brings up all patient information past and current Must be able to bring up all patient information

6.1.3. Doctors are able to update information in system which will be reflection when ID card is used

6.1.4. If patients lose card they will need to have security questions to access patient information and to give them a new card

6.2. Wireless Technology

6.2.1. Need secure system so that database and patient information cannot be hacked into

6.2.2. Be able to pull up the patients profiles using there ID card through the internet

6.2.3. should be portable so that physiotherapists/doctors can move from room to room with ease

6.2.4. Physiotherapists and doctors need there own login to access the system

6.3. Online Patient Profile

6.3.1. profile should be able to be open on portable device (i.e. cell phone, ipad...)

6.3.2. Only patients and their physiotherapist/doctor should be able to access there private profile

6.3.3. Other patients should only see what each individual patient wants them to see (i.e. patients can make quesitons and comments public if they wish to share them or get advise)

6.3.4. Implement security system to make sure patients and their doctors only, have access to the private information posted on profile

6.3.5. Need to update immediately - so as soon as physiotherapist update exercises patients can access this new information

6.3.6. Doctors are able to update certain things that patients aren't allowed to (ex. Physiotherapist is able to update exercises whereas patient can't)

7. Group 314

7.1. SugarCRM

7.1.1. Cloud Computing Integrated database [from local source] uploaded to SugarCRM fulfills real-time editing capabilities for customer information SugarCRM application installed on computers/mobile phone gives versatility on providing information needed from the database SugarCRM plugin applied to all Office softwares for real-time updates provides the capability to generate forms or simple charts to give detailed analysis The need for security is provided by local firewall and SugarCRM/Partner certified secure online database - also access via username/password can be put into tiers limiting the ability to view/edit information

7.1.2. Social CRM SugarCRM social networking integration fulfills company's ability to look through client profiles and address personal issues through messaging, also fulfills the need to make in-profile network announcements/updates through Facebook/Twitter SugarcCRM fulfillfs the need to centralize emails to and from the firm SugarCRM's capibility to integration with different online meeting/chat programs fulfills the need for the firm to be able to communicate with clients whenever needed

7.2. Financial Tools

7.2.1. NOTE: Investor NeuroMaster has been bought out by Track n Trade

7.2.2. A running operating system and database Track n' Trade collects all information from clients' about their background and investments and stores it all on any running database thus creating individual portfolios The program has an external application that can be installed on mobile phones to give information to the clients when needed It has a ability to integrate with any operating system since it is a open source program

8. Group 312

8.1. CEM

8.1.1. Knowing Expectations Flexibility High - can record changes in customer customization and personal information Performance  High – IT solution is very well suited to improve customer customization by improving/organizing communication Scalability High - can buy more servers to adapt to volume increase of customers Availability  High – software; can easily access by turning on computer

8.1.2. - What information we need to implement CEM? o Resources such as customer data and servers  Customer data is the main source to maintain our competitive advantage which is to personalize our moving service according to customers’ wants. We need to know what they want in order to tailor the service accordingly. o Likes vs. dislikes –> analyze needs, wants

8.1.3. - People o Monitor and develop CEM o Show employees how to direct customers to the website to input info that will eventually be collected through the site for CEM

8.1.4. Functional o Information-oriented  Customer customization - customer data (personal information (name, address, DOB, contact info, etc…), wants/desires in moving service, requests, changes to data o Process-Oriented  Needs to be able to sort, input, hold, search, recall custom customization (as stated above) Create automatic back-up for customer data instantly o Has to be able to network and take data from Move IT’s other mediums of media (website, telephone, e-mail, etc…)

8.1.5. - Non-functional Operational  Has to be able to network and take data from Move IT’s other mediums of media (mail, smartphones, computers, tablets, etc…) o Performance  Should be able to load individual customer customizations within 5 seconds o Security  Only authorized personnel should be able to access Move IT`s database and records o Cultural, Political, legal  Customer data collected for Move IT`s CEM should be secured to ensure personal data isn`t improperly used and comply with privacy laws

9. Group 311

9.1. Web ERP

9.1.1. Acquisition of open source software New node

9.1.2. Implementation of the system across all stores Database needs to be updated frequently and accurately

9.1.3. Suppliers have to be notified and facilitated into this system System should be easy to access and use in order for suppliers to understand and be able to utilize the information that they are provided

9.2. POS System

9.2.1. Points system Should be easy for customers to view the amount of points they have accumulated Customers should be given straight-forward information on how to redeem their points, and the benefits they will reap... CRM system - automatic email alerts to notify how many points customers each have

9.2.2. New node

9.3. Website

9.3.1. Customizable Recipes

9.4. Pick-up service

9.4.1. Information that customers input in the website should be quickly and reliably relayed to the store

10. What are the requirements for implementing the technology you proposed in phase 5 in your company?"

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19. Group 306 - City Workforce

19.1. integrated talent techonlogy

19.1.1. Non functional Performance match should take no more than 2 seconds should have a large capacity to hold data Security Requires a password to access account (customers) Only employees in City Workforce can see complete profiles Separate log in information Firewall/antivirus programs should be in place legal data gathering should comply with privacy laws

19.1.2. Functional process oriented functional requirement, need to allow user to match profiles of employers and employees based on available information through various criteria Need be able to search career information and history on our clients to better serve the customer

19.1.3. It is a technology that uses a search engine to match all existing profiles that exist online of a customer (company and worker) to match customers

20. 307 VanRealty

20.1. Cloud Computing

20.1.1. Tangible Money Computers IT personel Training for employees Showing the agents that CC hosts economic benefits

20.1.2. Intangible Access to google maps Done through salesforce

20.1.3. Functional Hosts the entire company platform under one database Objective: Organization, Efficiency, Communication, etc.

20.1.4. Non Functional Realtime Data can be accessed quickly and at a realtime rate Lower bandwidth (for smartphones) Quickness for browsing Security Privacy of information Ease of access Efficiency Company organization

20.2. MLS Application

20.2.1. Tangible Money Smartphone

20.2.2. Intangible

20.2.3. Functional Connects potential buyers with their potential purchases Objective: $

20.2.4. Non Functional Variety and Efficiency in browsing Quality MLS data Usable information --> Client knowledge Deal of the day Promotions Use customer information to suggest properties of interest Based on information that looks at the clients past browsing (RECOMMENDED FOR YOU)

21. Group 308


21.1.1. REPORTS AND forms The type of produce needs to be recorded in the report, while the forms fill out harvest date, arrival date

21.1.2. Startup Costs/ continuous costs are feasible Tags cost 0.14$ each and the reader is a one time cost of 1,245$

21.1.3. Availability -- many firms have already implemented this technology, will not be hard for produycders ad they will be familiar with this

21.1.4. How to measure performance? If the food is kept fresh, and customers are satisfied (comment cards)

21.1.5. Business Process 1) data warehouse to store all the information regarding the product 2) trained personnel to monitor the information to ensure freshness and timely delivery 3) communicate to the suplliers and ensure they understand out demands

21.1.6. Functional requirements Process-oriented, this process performed by the system will allow users to scan the RFID tags and obtain information about harvest and delivery date Information oriented: the system has accurate information about harvest date and delivery date

21.1.7. NON Functional requirements Operational: This information will be available via the scanners, and computers (Where staff will input them in later) Performance: The dates will show up on the scanner immediately, they can also be accessed later on the computer Security: Cannot be turned off, but without the scanners, the data on the RFID tags cannot be read. Also the information on the RFID tags are not a form of competitive information CULTURAL POLITICAL LEGA:L This data gathering complies with privacy laws

21.1.8. Architecture Data -- will be backed up, disaster recovery will be possible because there will be more than one copy of the file (many computers in the store will have this data Security -- every employee will have a passcode, where they need to input it before they can access the data

21.2. Smart Phone App

21.2.1. Infrastructure Architecture Technical platform: iPhone (ioS) and Android Both of these platforms are widely used and popular in the smart phone market. Therefore it is readily available, scalable, and reliable Possible issue regarding Apple's apps being a controlled market, ie. they must be approved by Apple before being released. Android is relatively more open, and does not require the same level of approval

21.2.2. Application Architecture Very common ecommerce application, so it should be easily reusable, the software architecture should already be present There will be an issue with getting our databases to connect with two different sources of information such as the android and the iOS, rather than the database only communicating with one OS Expansion of services should be easy as there is a lot of flexibility in both platofrs, but it can be costly as it needs to be updated on both apps, andorid and ios

21.2.3. Data Architecture One database on customer information, one database on current inventory, one database on recently purchased products When a person uses the smart phone app, the app will gather information from the other databases to show the current inventory that is available to purchase. They can view their purchase history, which may speed up their shopping process. Lastly, we will keep their customer information on hand for when they purchase

21.2.4. Functional Requirements Process Oriented: Our app must allow customers to browse and purchase groceries through the app

21.2.5. Non-Functional Requirements Operational The app should be viewable on iPhones and Android devices. Performance The app should load quickly, without dead links, images, etc. The app should be able to handle a large capacity, so that it does not crash if there are a lot of users accessing the app at one time Security It has to be using a secure encryption method, as it may be possible that credit card information is being sent over wirelessly so we can charge them If we run user specific promotions, and if we do implement it into the application, then we need to make sure the appropriate access rules are granted for the specific prootion We have to make sure that people are only seeing what they are supposed to see, so we have to ensure that in the recently purchased items, it is what they have recently purchased, rather than things which they hvaent purchased, which could also create some sort of legal information, as it could be someone else's data we are spreading around to our users Cultural Polital Legal The system will be gathering a lot of data on the user, particularly information which could be sensitive, so all the data which we recieve must be secured to save us from the legal issues

22. Group 302- Good Foods Canada

22.1. Website (which utilizes CRM: operational and analytical)

22.1.1. Money to install the CRM oftware New node

22.1.2. Employees to manage the system include training

22.1.3. In order to implement an effective CRM system the requirements for the following steps should be consider: 1.collection of information 2. Storing information 3. Accessing information 4. Analysing customer behaviour 5.Marketing more effectively 6. Enhancing the customer experience step one requirment: surveys and questionnaires. sign up forms for the online store. Data about past consumers behaviour . step two: storing information- data base is required. step three: accessing information: set up analytical CRM, requirments: buying the software. step 4: analysing consumer behaviour.

22.1.4. Functional Requirements Informative requirements The system must be able to record who our buyers are, who our most notable consumers are and what they buy

22.1.5. Non-functional requirements Security: Protect the privacy information of consumers such as their billing information Be able to store the past information of purchasing behavior to implement the Personalization system Must be able to link pages properly (sequential--> choose your products, add to the cart, billing information)

23. Group 305- VanRealty

23.1. 0

23.2. data architecture

23.2.1. functional backup and recovery system

23.2.2. functional make sure that clients information is kept private

23.2.3. New node

23.3. infrastructure architecture

23.3.1. flexibility functional everyone can use it because its online

23.3.2. reliability functional easy to update

23.3.3. availability functional can use 24hrs

23.3.4. performance functional needs to be quick and efficient

23.3.5. scalability non functional need a developer to monitor the website and update

24. Group 304

24.1. App

24.1.1. Internal Application Functional Managing Monitoring Clients Data input Sending information to clients\ Non Functional Security

24.1.2. External Application Functional News feed Financial Tools Communication w/ advisors Investment Information Performance of investments Non Functional Security cross platform

25. Group 303: VanRealty

26. Group 309 - MoveIT

26.1. DATS - Will need:

26.1.1. Functional Informational must show employee certifications must show employee jobs Process head office/ location to store computers employee access to computers people to implement

26.1.2. Non-Functional should comply with privacy laws/company policy only managers should be able to see all employee files, even though all employees will have limited access will likely need windows and pc

26.2. GPS

26.2.1. Functional must have traffic receiver must be satellite based must be cost effective

26.2.2. Non Functional should help with weather conditions should have an easy to use interface should calculate routes quickly should calculate the most efficient routes based on traffic,fuel efficiency and time

27. Group 310 - City Workforce

27.1. Recommendation Agent

27.1.1. Functional Requirements Access all database information Sort through database to find optimal matches between employers and employees Able to be accessed by certain employees and managers to over-ride and create changes in its structure

27.2. Payroll Technology

27.2.1. Functional Requirements Automatically pay employees for clocked hours Provide a system for employees and employers to submit and track worked hours Automatically charge employers monthly fee's based on work package

27.3. Cloud Computing

27.3.1. Functional Requirements Provide uploading capabilities of all profile information for companies and employees into the database Be accessible from multiple locations and by multiple people at the same time

27.3.2. Non-functional Requirements Mobile access for managers and decision makers

27.4. Knowledge Management Software and Infrastructure

27.4.1. Functional Requirements Allow certain employees to access database Store information regarding jobs, employees, and employers Continually add new user data through our website to our database Be organized and have a user-friendly interface to perform queries, etc.

27.5. Security MGMT and Confiirmation System

27.5.1. Functional Requirements Make sure only certain employees of our organization have access to certain information

27.6. Mobile Application

27.6.1. Functional Requirements Allow a user to update profile information Allow a user to look for new work opportunites

27.6.2. Non-Functional Requirements Accessible on multiple devices and formats

28. Group 301 ver.2

28.1. GPS

28.1.1. Functional Navigation system - Direct drivers to the designated place Tracking - Moving process + supervision of employees Capability - The system needs to be compatible with the company database

28.1.2. Non-Functional Connection between drivers and management needs to be consistent to ensure security Accuracy (updated)

28.2. ERP

28.2.1. Functional Customer data and employee data need to be recorded Help match employee skills with the right customer Make service quotes and estimates on moving costs

28.2.2. Non-Functional Integration of different IS, all pieces of data are synchronized, so management and employees can update profiles more efficiently Reduces unnecessary communication

28.3. Knowledge Management System

28.3.1. Functional Reliability of records, need to make sure the info provided is valuable for us to make use of Must obtain reference of past success and failure Must obtain records of completed projets

28.3.2. Non-Functional Scalability of past success and failure, so management can decide on which areas to focus on or to improve

29. New node

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31. New node