Businesses must organize work activities that use information about business processes to operate efficiently. Information systems make it possible for firms to manage all their information, make better decisions, and improve the execution of their business. The manner in which work is organized, coordinated, and focused to produce a valuable product of service. The collection of activities required to produce a product or a service. Supported by flows of material, information, and knowledge among the participants in business processes. The unique ways in which organizations coordinate work, information, and knowledge. The performance of a business is determined by how well the business processes are designed and coordinated. This can be a source of competitive advantage for the company if the process is designed better than the rivals. One simple order actually requires many different business processes for it to be completed successfully.