Business Development and Management
Business Information Systems
Course Code: BU86
Today, ideas and partnerships that were once unlikely leverage ICT in innovative ways to drive the industry. This course describes the role of network technologies and information systems in the integration of a range of functions in large businesses and supply chains. The structure and internal functions of business are discussed, followed by an examination of the development of business systems software such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), and supply chain management (SCM) systems, and their role in the trend towards a more information-dependent economy and business process integration. The concept of the N-tier architecture is also covered.
- Role of networked technologies and information systems
- Structure and internal functions of a business
- Business systems software: enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM) and supply chain management (SCM)
- Network-centric world and business process integration
- N-tier architecture.
Business and technical managers or engineers who need an understanding of the convergence of networks and information technologies, integrated information management systems, and how integration can lead to new business opportunities.
This course can be organised on request. To receive further information or to request this course to be organised for your organisation, please use the booking form below.