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Using Information Technology for Competitive Advantage. Karina Adhitia 105030200121015. The Firm in Its Environment. supply the material, machines, services, and information that used by the firm to produce the products and services. place that the firm marketed their services and products.

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Using information technology for competitive advantage

Using Information Technology for Competitive Advantage

Karina Adhitia

105030200121015


Using information technology for competitive advantage

The Firm in Its Environment

supply the material, machines, services, and information that used by the firm to produce the products and services

place that the firm marketed their services and products

the organizations of both skilled and unskilled workers

  • consist of institutions that influence the money resources that are available to the firm

  • those who invest money in the firm and represent the highest level of management

include all of the organization that compete with the firm in its market place

  • on the national, state or provincial, and local levels, provide constraints in the form of laws and regulation

is the geographic area where the firm performs its operations


The firm in its environment environmental research flows

The Firm in Its Environment[Environmental Research Flows]

Resources Flows


The firm in its environment environmental research flows1

The Firm in Its Environment[Environmental Research Flows]


Competitive advantages porter s value chains

Competitive Advantages[Porter’s Value Chains]

  • Margin is the value of the firm’s products and services, as perceived by the firm’s customers, less the costs

  • Firm create value by performing activities, which Porter calls value activities, that fall into two major categories:

Primary Value Activities

Support Value Activities

Those associated with producing and offering greater value to their customers than do their competitors

Provide the inputs and infrastructure that allow the primary activities to take place


The information resources types of information resources

The Information Resources[Types of Information Resources]

A firm’s information resources therefore consist of:

  • Computer hardware

  • Computer software

  • Information specialist

  • Users

  • Facilities

  • The database

  • Information


Who manages the information resources

Who Manages The Information Resources?

The CIO perform:

  • Spent time with the business and in business training

  • Build partnership

  • Focus on improving basic business processes

  • Explain Information Services (IS) costs in business terms

  • Build credibility by delivering reliable IS services

  • Be non-defensive

The Chief Information Officer


Strategic planning

Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning is long-range planning, since it identifies that are intended to give the firm the most favorable position in its environment and specifies the strategies for achieving those objectives


End user computing as a strategic issue

End-User Computing As A Strategic Issue

End-user computing is define as a tool designed for the purpose of extracting information and performing data manipulation prior to the transfer of and/or downstream of result to a book of record system. (i.e. financial report)


End user computing as a strategic issue levels of euc

End-User Computing As A Strategic Issue[Levels of EUC]

EU can use the command language of the software to perform arithmetic and logical operations on the data

EU are unable to create their own software, but they can communicate with prewritten software

EU can use such computer languages as HTML, Visual Basic

These functional support personnel are information specialist in every sense of the word, but they owe their allegiance to their particular user area


End user computing as a strategic issue benefit of euc

End-User Computing As A Strategic Issue[Benefit of EUC]


End user computing as a strategic issue risks of euc

End-User Computing As A Strategic Issue[Risks of EUC]

  • Poorly aimed systems

  • Poorly designed and documented systems

  • Inefficient use of information resources

  • Loss of data integrity

  • Loss of security

  • Loss of control


The information resources management concept definition

The Information Resources Management Concept[Definition]

Information Resources Management (IRM) is an activity that is pursued by managers on all levels of the firm for the purpose of identifying, acquiring, and managing the information resources needed to satisfy information needs


The information resources management concept irm model

The Information Resources Management Concept[IRM Model]


Using information technology for competitive advantage

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