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Excel presentation chapter 3

Excel Presentation

Chapter 3

How Does Competitive Strategy Determine Business Processes and Structure of Information Systems?


Q6 how does competitive strategy determine business processes and structure of information systems

Q6 – How Does Competitive Strategy Determine Business Processes and Structure of Information Systems?

Fig 3-10 Business Process & Information System for Bike Rental


Q6 how does competitive strategy determine business processes and structure of information systems1

Q6 – How Does Competitive Strategy Determine Business Processes and Structure of Information Systems?

  • Each business must first analyze its industry and choose a competitive strategy. Will it be a low-cost provider or differentiate its products from competitors?

  • Then it must design its business processes to span value-generating activities.

  • Once those decisions have been made, a business can structure an information system that supports its business processes.


Three examples of decisions that management might make

Three examples of decisions that management might make.

1. Sell all LiteLift Pro’s because the product does not rent well even with a lower price and has lost Resort Bicycle Rental money.

2. If stock outs have lost them money they should buy more LiteLift Racer’s and maybe LiteLift Ladies and Wonder Bike II also.

3. To set productivity Benchmarks for every product to meet like:

Revenue as percent of Cost of Inventory to be over 200%.


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