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Information Systems by Mind Map: Information Systems
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Information Systems

How is it built?

What are the steps to build it?

Information Systems Development Methodology, Requirements Gathering, Interview, Observations, Document Review, Analysis, Process Modeling using DFD, Design, Design Tools, Programming Languages, Implementation, Maintenance and Support

Who are part of building it?

Users

Systems Analyst

Programmers

Project Leader

What does it take for a profession/s to build one?

Teamwork

Time Management

Project Management

Communication Skills

Interpersonal Skills

Leadership

What benefit does an organization get out of it?

Organizational Productivity

Effectively

Efficiently

Any Time

Anywhere

Any Device

What are its elements?

Process

Data & Information

People

Information Technology

Hardware

Software

Network Communications

Storage

What does it provide?

Data

Information

Storage

What is it?

Solution for Organizations

What problems it solves, Organizational Provlems, It happens because there is something wrong in the flow of information., Information needed to assist people in making decisions, performing functions may be absent, wrong, takes time to produce, cannot be used., Information-Based Problems, Understanding of the Life Cycle of Information, Problems in Data Storage, Problems in Data Capture, Problems in Data Processing, Problems in Information Distribution, Problems in Information Presentation, Qualities of Good Information, Complete, Accurate, Accessible, Secure, Reliable, Flexible, Verifiable, Relevant, Economical, Timely

How do you detect these problems?, Understanding the current situation, It is when you compare the current situation with what should be normally happening that you can understand if is a problem or not., Understand what should be happening, Management Functions, Planning, Organizing, Leading, Controlling, Requires regular monitoring through reports, Detailed Report, Summary Report, Incident or Exception Report, Business Processes, Sales, Marketing, Production, Product Development, Customer Service, Finance and Accounting, Distribution, Human Resources, Inventory and Purchasing, Levels of Management, Executive Management, Tactical Management, Operational Management

General purpose

Management Information Systems

Transaction Processing Systems

Decision Support Systems