Business and Information Systems (Pie)

9780130901224: Business and Information Systems (Pie)

For courses in Introduction to Information Systems, Introduction to Computer Information Systems, and Management Information Systems.

This text takes the unique approach of integrating both the fundamentals of information systems and technology with the essentials of business operation and management. The importance of information systems to end users is emphasized throughout the book. An early presentation of business concepts provides students with a solid foundation to understand information systems. A broad view of information systems takes a look at individual, workgroup, organizational, interorganizational, and international perspectives.

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Because information systems are essential to the operations of business today, students need to understand information systems and technology, and their integration into business activities. But how can a student understand the role of information systems in business without first understanding business and its functions?

This question prompted the writing of this text. Chapter, "Business Fundamentals", provides students with patient, clear explanations and numerous illustrations of basic business concepts that they need to know in order to fully comprehend the role of information systems in business.

Features of the Second Edition.

  • Expanded coverage of the Internet and Electronic Commerce
    Both the Internet and Electronic Commerce introduced in Part I, and then integrated throughout the book. Chapter 1 introduces EC applications students are likely to know; Chapter 6 explores the technology behind Electronic Commerce; Chapter 12, "Electronic Commerce and the Strategic Impact of Information Systems," examines the topic from an organizational perspective; and Chapter 13 discusses developing systems for Electronic Commerce.
  • Streamlined introduction to Information Systems Fundamentals
    Chapter 3 emphasizes the business need for the technological and other components of the information system.
  • Chapter 8: Personal Productivity and Problem Solving
    Chapter 8 focuses on the need for improved personal productivity in the workplace and explores common end-user software to improve productivity and to solve business problems.
  • Chapter 13: Problem Solving and Information System Development
    Chapter 13 focuses on the business need for systems development, including those designed for Electronic Commerce.
  • Real-World Cases and Bookmarks Updates
    Cases adapted from sources such as Computerworld and Infoworld reflect today's hottest issues. The Bookmarks sections of the book provide students with relevant, current scenarios to illustrate key text concepts.

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Robert C. Nickerson
Published by Pearson (2000)
ISBN 10: 0130901229 ISBN 13: 9780130901224
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