Nostalgic Record

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Systems Proposal For Nostalgic Record Store Title
Introduction 2
Five Potential Information Systems 3
Conclusion 4
Reference 5

Introduction When running a small, brick & mortar record store, there are multiple information systems that can be used. An information system processes any information from collection to processing products for this business. A computer based information system is intended to use computer technology for the task needed to do. Picking the wrong system can hurt the business; so make sure to use the correct information system to fit your needs. Rainer & Cegielski wrote; “Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are designed to correct a lack of communication among the functional area ISs. ERP systems were an important innovation because the various functional area ISs were often developed as stand-alone systems and did not communicate effectively (if at all) with one another. ERP systems resolve this problem by tightly integrating the functional areas ISs via a common database (2011).”

Information Software Requirements
When picking a system remember to look for software that will help in the areas below.
• Sales
• Inventory
• Savings
• Suppliers
• Customer Information

Five Information Systems Information systems use in a business is electronic systems, process systems, management systems, decision support system, and the supply systems. Each system maintains the production to run a business. Each system has its benefits and drawback that can help or hurt any business. The chart below will help with the advantages and disadvantages of each system.
INFORMATIONS BENEFITS DRAWBACKS
SYSTEMS
ELECTRONIC
SYSTEM SALES ONLINE COULD CAUSE PROBLEMS WITH INVENTORY IF SOLD ONLINE AND STILL SHOWING AVAILIBLE IN THE STORE.
PROCESSING…...

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