01 Introduction - Sistem Informasi Enterprise.pdf

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26 Sep 2013 ... Sistem : sekumpulan elemen yang saling terkait atau terpadu yang dimaksudkan ... Supply Chain Management (SCM). Management ...

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Sistem : sekumpulan elemen yang saling terkait atau terpadu yang dimaksudkan untuk mencapai suatu tujuan

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Department Website

Sistem

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Elemen Sistem: Business Owner

 tujuan,  masukan,  keluaran,  proses,  mekanisme

pengendalian, dan  umpan balik.

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Sistem berinteraksi dengan :  Lingkungan

dan  Memiliki batas sistem

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Tujuan Sistem   

Setiap sistem memiliki tujuan (goal) Tujuan berfungsi sebagai pengarah sistem Tiga tujuan utama SI (Hall, 2000):   

untuk mendukung fungsi kepengurusan manajemen, untuk mendukung pengambilan keputusan manajemen, untuk mendukung kegiatan operasi perusahaan

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Secara lebih spesifik, tujuan sistem informasi bergantung pada kegiatan yang ditangani  

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Bank? Pasar Swalayan? Toko Buku Online? Perusahaan?

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Management Information Systems Enterprise Systems  EIS:  

Definitions Subsystems

 Model 



EIS:

Core Extended  Customer Relationship Management (CRM)  Supply Chain Management (SCM)

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Enterprise Information Systems Department

Applications

Sales & Marketing

• Lead generation • Lead tracking • Customer management

Operations

• Order entry • Order management

Manufacturing

• Inventory (raw materials, goods-in-process) • Planning

Customer Service

• Order tracking • Account tracking

• Customer support and training

Human Resources

• Recruiting • Compensation

• Assessment • HR Planning

Accounting

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• Finished-goods inventory mgmt.

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• Sales forecasting • Product and brand management

• Scheduling • Operations

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Accounts payable Cash management Budgeting Treasure management 8

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Enterprise Systems (Enterprise Wide Systems) Concepts and Definitions  Systems

that serve an entire enterprise including: watch a video clip 01: What is ERP/SAP Sales/Marketing Accounting/Finance Human

Resources

Manufacturing /Production/supply chains



Enterprise system applications automate processes that span multiple

business functions and and may extend outside the organization Video clip 02: case Study of ERP for managing world wide operations (LG) organizational levels

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Enterprise Applications Automate Processes that Span Multiple Business Functions and Organizational Levels and May Extend Outside The Organization

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Enterprise Systems: Subsystems  Enterprise

systems are built on a central repository common to all corporate users. Watch video (3) on data warehouse basics and video (4) data warehouse overview

 Subsystems:

Internally focused: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems (Core ERP)  ternally focused: SCM and CRM (Extended ERP) 

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Management Information Systems: Enterprise Applications and Business Process Integration ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS

What Are Enterprise Systems?

Enterprise System Architecture

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