Enterprise information systems - 17752

An enterprise information system (EIS) is any kind of information system which improves the functions of enterprise business processes by integration. This means typically offering high quality of service, dealing with large volumes of data and capable of supporting some large and possibly complex organization or enterprise. An EIS must be able to be used by all parts and all levels of an enterprise.[1] The word enterprise can have various connotations. Frequently the term is used only to refer to very large organizations such as multi-national companies or public-sector organizations. However, the term may be used to mean virtually anything, by virtue of it having become the latest corporate-speak buzzword

DATE : 9.11.16
ACC: 18394
NEW ACC: 16424
AD.YEAR: 2016-2017
SEMESTER: FALL'16
COURSE: Inf. Tech
SUBJECT: Information Systems
TITLE OF THE BOOK: Enterprise information systems
AUTHOR: David Olson
YEAR: 2010
CALL NO.: 658.40380 OLS
PRICE: 378
PUBLISHER/PLACE OF PUBLISHER: Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific Pub.
EDITION: NOT AVAILABLE
STATUS: Shelf
LEVEL: BSIT
ISBN: 9.78981427315E+12