This course is designed for future managerial end users of e-business information systems who will both use and manage information technology (IT). The course addresses the strategic, tactical and operational uses of IT in business for problem solving and identifies and explains MIS applications including customer relationship management systems, enterprise systems, e-commerce applications, transaction processing systems, business analytics, and emerging technologies. Computer assignments complement the topics discussed in class.
Introduces management of information systems, a core business function. Examines how information systems (information technology, people, and processes) can be used to achieve corporate objectives. Utilizes current business cases to illustrate how companies have identified and solved key business challenges using information systems and technologies. Prerequisite: None required; MGMT 212 or MGTX 212 recommended