Managing Information Systems For Strategic Advantage (Part 1)
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(Week 11, Thursday 11/2/2006)
BUS3500 - Abdou Illia, Fall 2006
Explain Value Chain and Value Chain Analysis. Explain how IS can support Value Chain activities. Explain Competitive Forces and Porter’s Competitive Forces Model. Explain how IS can help dealing with Competitive Forces issues.
Purchase Price + Added Value + Profit Margin = Sales Price
Purchasing Processes Warehousing Processes Suppliers
Human Resources Processes
Internal Business Processes
Q1: Which internal processes are directly related to getting raw materials and transforming them into something of greater value?
Types of processes in Value Chain
1) Business processes directly related to:
getting raw materials transforming raw material into something of......
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