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Information Systems Today

Information Systems Today

Author(s):
  • Joseph Valacich
  • Author: Joseph Valacich
    • ISBN:9789332549944
    • 10 Digit ISBN:933254994X
    • Price:Rs. 629.00
    • Pages:576
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


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    Bring current, real-world IS concepts into your classroom.


    One of the greatest challenges in teaching IS courses is keeping pace with what's happening in the real-world. Information Systems Today shows students how information technology and systems are continuing to expand within all aspects of today's organizations and society.

     

    Table of Content

    1. Managing in the Digital World
    2. Gaining Competitive Advantage Through Information Systems
    3. Managing the Information Systems Infrastructure and Services
    4. Enabling Business-to-Consumer Electronic Commerce
    5. Enhancing Organizational Communication and Collaboration Using Social Medi
    6. Enhancing Business Intelligence Using Information Systems
    7. Enhancing Business Processes Using Enterprise Information Systems
    8. Strengthening Business-to-Business Relationships Via Supply Chain and Customer Relationship Management
    9. Developing and Acquiring Information Systems
    10. Securing Information Systems
     

    Salient Features

    • One of the greatest challenges in teaching IS courses is keeping pace with what's happening in the real-world. Information Systems Today shows students how information technology and systems are continuing to expand within all aspects of today's organizations and society.

    • Show students how real, contemporary companies use IS: Multi-tiered case approach. There's no better way to make the course material relevant to students than by describing the IS issues of real companies and technologies at work. Each chapter of this text uses cases in a variety of ways to emphasize and highlight how contemporary organizations are using IS to gain a competitive advantage, streamline organizational processes, or improve customer relationships.

    • Chapter-opening Cases. All chapters begin with an opening case describing a real-world company, technology, and/or issue to spark students' interest in the chapter topic. Each opening case includes a series of associated questions the students will be able to answer after reading the chapter's contents.
    • Brief Cases. Each chapter also includes a brief case that discusses important issues related to companies, technologies, or society. These are embedded in the text of the chapter and highlight concepts from the surrounding chapter material.