Double side - Information Systems - case

Essay by jasonmeesUniversity, Bachelor'sA-, July 2006

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Table of contents


Chapter 1 Approach plan

Chapter 2 Information planning

Part 1 Situation analysis

1. SWOT Analysis

2. Trends

3. Critical Success Factors (CSF)

4. Nolan

Part 2 Model of current situation

1. Organizational structure

2. Information Cross Cart

3. Flow of goods, money and data

4. Enterprise Relationship Diagram (ERD)

5. Circulation Chart

6. Technical infrastructure

Part 3 Policy desired situation (among other things view on control, requirements and limiting condi¬tions, (de)¬centralization).

Part 4 Model of desired situation.

Part 5 Policy concerning section to be realized (strategy, selection criteria)

Part 6 Program of action (project definition of projects to be executed, establishing priorities, ap¬proach).

Chapter 3 Balanced Score Card

Chapter 4 Systems development (e.g. e-Shop, ERP-implementation)

Part 1 Change analysis

1. List of problems

2. Interest groups within and outside of the organiza¬tion

3. Description of current activities with A-graphs

4. Project objectives

5. Change requirements

6. Description of the situation desired seen from the data perspective

7. Description of Change alternatives

8. Selection of a Change alternative and descrip¬tion thereof.

Part 2 Some functional design tests

Part 3 Technical design and construction

A website for Double Side

Chapter 5 Account (literature consulted, etc.)

Double Side Case


In order to improve the effectiveness and efficiency in current business, many companies are requiring high technology and advanced information system to help and run their businesses. But they face the risks and possibilities that the information system might be too old and out of time. The system might be wrongly operated and performed unexpectedly. The information might get lost or massed up due to the unexpected mistakes occur.

The information system could help with the company for each department and function, with different characteristics and features, and for different purpose and activities. As for as we could see,