Jeopardy 2101. Enterprise Systems. Accounting Ethics, Privacy . Security and Valuing IT. Emerging Techs. ERPs. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400.
Systems which support sales,
marketing, and customer service
What are Customer Relationship
Replacement for standard bar
code systems which does not
require line-of-site reading
What is RFID (Radio Frequency
What is Master Data?
Information systems which
have grown over time and
are difficult to integrate
What are Legacy Systems?
What is The Value Chain?
Phase in sales order cycle during which
a quotation is prepared for a
What is pre-sales processing?
Calculated by dividing
What is capacity utilization?
A type of planning which determines
purchases of materials
based on production schedules
What is Materials Requirements
This refers to the magnification of demand
fluctuations in a supply chain
What is the BullWhip Effect?
The primary competitor of SAP
Who is Oracle?
A type of ledger storing all of
a company’s accounts
What is the general ledger?
This refers to the practice of registering a domain name and later reselling it at a profit.
Who is cybersquatting?
Requires that a public company’s
Annual report contain management’s
internal control report
What is the Sarbanes-Oxley act?
Accounting firm indicted for
destruction of Enron documents
What was Arthur Andersen?
A mechanism in SAP which
sets limits on the size of
transactions which employees
High when buyers have many
choices of whom to buy from
and low when their choices are few
What is buyer power?
An auction format in which increasingly
lower bids are solicited from
organizations willing to supply the
desired product or service at an
increasingly lower price
What is a reverse auction?
This refers to the line of reasoning where
people argue that Information Systems
do not lead to any benefit for a company
What is the Productivity Paradox?
This is a collection of techniques used
manipulate people into divulging
What is a social engineering?
A cost benefit analysis methodology
which considers the time value
What is a present value analysis?
A local high speed wireless
technology replaces wired local
What is Wifi?
A low powered low range
technology which connects
What is Bluetooth?
A field of science whose goal is
to control individual atoms and
molecules to produce new products
What is nanotechnology?
This type of emerging technologies
generally favor new entrants over existing companies
What are Disruptive Technologies?
Presents a graph of the visibility
of new technologies vs time
What is the Gartner Group
In the TV Series “The Office”,
the name of the new Web-Based Dunder-Mifflin service for purchasing paper.
In the TV Series “Lost”,
the plane crashed on a flight between the United States and this country.
What is Australia?
Out of town guests stay at
The Conwell Inn
Distinctive Lodging at The Temple University Campus
Prizes provided by
The MIS Department and
The Irwin L Gross Institute for Business and Information Technology