MIS 535 Data Migration to and Enterprise System

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MIS 535 Data Migration to and Enterprise System
MIS 535 Data Migration to and Enterprise System Discussions 1 Week 3 All Posts 68 Pages Keller
MIS 535 Read the interactive session: Management: American Water Keeps Data Flowing…

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MIS 535 Data Migration to and Enterprise System

MIS 535 Data Migration to and Enterprise System

MIS 535 Data Migration to and Enterprise System Discussions 1 Week 3 All Posts 68 Pages Keller

American Water keeps data flowing (Users and database design)

Read the interactive session: Management: American Water Keeps Data Flowing (Laudon, 2015, pp.243-244).  What roles did the end users and information systems specialists play in the systems transformation project?  Were they appropriate?

Database capabilities?

What are the 3 capabilities a data base management system must have?

Select ONE from our text and describe it …. What does this capability provide?

Consider your position in your firm – are you (would you be) able to represent your discipline (department, division, organizational entity) on a task force to define the data base requirements for the unit?

-data from old to new

-vendor/supplier data

-new business reports

Briefly describe the process used in designing a database.
What are some of the reasons that moving to a database environment is such a costly, long-term process?

The company is a regional firm with a main office of about 100 people and a dozen sales offices of about 10-15 people in each. They are exploring a new HR database system to replace a series of home grown ‘systems’.
1- How long will it take to implement the basic HR functions throughout the firm?
2- How many people, of what background would work on the project?
3- How much ($’s)?

How CDOs Make Data Science Pay Off ?…

MIS 535 Data Migration to and Enterprise System

MIS 535 Data Migration to and Enterprise System

MIS 535 Data Migration to and Enterprise System Discussions 1 Week 3 All Posts 68 Pages Keller

American Water keeps data flowing (Users and database design)

Read the interactive session: Management: American Water Keeps Data Flowing (Laudon, 2015, pp.243-244).  What roles did the end users and information systems specialists play in the systems transformation project?  Were they appropriate?

Database capabilities?

What are the 3 capabilities a data base management system must have?

Select ONE from our text and describe it …. What does this capability provide?

Consider your position in your firm – are you (would you be) able to represent your discipline (department, division, organizational entity) on a task force to define the data base requirements for the unit?

-data from old to new

-vendor/supplier data

-new business reports

Briefly describe the process used in designing a database.
What are some of the reasons that moving to a database environment is such a costly, long-term process?

The company is a regional firm with a main office of about 100 people and a dozen sales offices of about 10-15 people in each. They are exploring a new HR database system to replace a series of home grown ‘systems’.
1- How long will it take to implement the basic HR functions throughout the firm?
2- How many people, of what background would work on the project?
3- How much ($’s)?

How CDOs Make Data Science Pay Off ?…