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Financial Accounting
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MGAC70H3
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Bill Mc Conkey

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MGTC11 Week 12 Last Class April 5, 2011
Review Class
Final Exam M/C only from post-midterm
Short answer bias on second half
-Not ask same kind of question again, possible major topics from first half
Ch. 7 Enterprise Infrastructure
-2nd half (missed a lot)
-1st half talked a lot of SoA concept
-Avail for plug-in
-Design use interchangeably with different software
-SoA design software, info needs, hardware (what type of input)
-Know environment operating in
- Modules need to be in standard format
-Tone of discipline of how data is input into system
-How data set up
-Interfaces written that translate
-Checks on data to make sure valid (numeric things should not allow alpha, eight
digits only)
Hardware
-Ideally if you have PDA or mobile device or laptop, actually want to be quite flexible
-Want ppl with diff types of hardware to still be able to access information
ERP Revisited
-Broad enterprise of functions
-Supply focus: forecasting, inventory, SCM
-Demand side: forecasting, marketing, sales reporting
- Multi-billion dollar systems, SAP
ERP Evolution
- Materials requirement planning: how much, when, pricing, which supplier
-Supply set of tools, not integrated with CRM or forecasting modules, sales tools
ERP and SoA
-Dont wait for SAP, or PeopleSoft to come out with service or module to add to ERP
systems
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-Idea is to order for services of software, as long as SoA style, should integrate into
broad ERP system into company
-Plug-and-play: standard interfaces b/w pieces of software
-Design with SoA, should be Plug-and-play with SAP system
-Share information with underlying database and modules within ERP system
-If not SoA, translation engines to allow one system to work with another, adds
through overheard into system
ERP systems: Adv vs. Disadv
-Throw out those that dont fit as coherent set
-ERP systems go over budget
-Take way longer
-Disrupts business
-Not good for indiv company as might as thought
-Practical limitations
-Big scaled company can handle ERP
-ERP has hard time with flexibility, good for large and stable environment
-Kind of information want to input doesnt vary tremendously
Supporting Network Infrastructures
Decentralized: applications not shared b/w, users do not have shared info and apps
-As personal computing progressed, companies added intelligence to peripherial
-Computers would spit up processing to dumb terminal
-Watch out for decentralized vs. distributed
Centralized: huge behemoth of computer in center serving computing needs
- Mainframe accepting jobs from users through dumb terminal
-Report on certain number of sales per region
- Mainframe would schedule diff processes needed for diff reports
-Show up in print room, find printout with login user id on it
Distributed: more modern term, talking about information and software being shared in
various sophisticated teams across teams and geography
-Client-server providing variety of tools, data, software
-Typical view of client server setup
- Multiple servers, each one has focus job (manage use of physical database)
-Server used to imply big box that would handle certain input/output
-Today server concept is logical; servers are software
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MGTC11 Week 12 Last Class April 5, 2011 Review Class Final Exam MC only from post-midterm Short answer bias on second half - Not ask same kind of question again, possible major topics from first half Ch. 7 Enterprise Infrastructure - 2 half (missed a lot) - 1 half talked a lot of SoA concept - Avail for plug-in - Design use interchangeably with different software - SoA design software, info needs, hardware (what type of input) - Know environment operating in - Modules need to be in standard format - Tone of discipline of how data is input into system - How data set up - Interfaces written that translate - Checks on data to make sure valid (numeric things should not allow alpha, eight digits only) Hardware - Ideally if you have PDA or mobile device or laptop, actually want to be quite flexible - Want ppl with diff types of hardware to still be able to accessinformation ERP Revisited - Broad enterprise of functions - Supply focus: forecasting, inventory, SCM - Demand side: forecasting, marketing, sales reporting - Multi-billion dollar systems, SAP ERP Evolution - Materials requirement planning: how much, when, pricing, which supplier - Supply set of tools, not integrated with CRM or forecasting modules, sales tools ERP and SoA - Dont wait for SAP, or PeopleSoft to come out with service or module to add to ERP systems www.notesolution.com
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