Management Information Systems-Information systems professionals must be able to find, propose, and justify using various types of information systems to fix, enhance, and/or introduce new business processes. These business processes would directly support the business’ strategic or tactical goals.see project attachment and rubic for the project
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Course Project
Management Information Systems
COURSE OBJECTIVES
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
1. Explain the basic terminology and technical challenges in the use of information systems
2. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of different types of information systems
3. Analyze how information systems are used strategically in business
PROJECT DESCRIPTION (OR BACKGROUND INFORMATION)
Information systems professionals must be able to find, propose, and justify using various types
of information systems to fix, enhance, and/or introduce new business processes. These
business processes would directly support the business’ strategic or tactical goals.
Think about the following business strategic and tactical goals:
A. Improve profitability
a. Improve efficiency across the value chain
b. Target key customers with merchandise they want, when they want it, and at a
profitable price
c. Ensure that all proposed information systems have a justifiable ROI
B. Reduce operating expenses
a. Decrease the cost of the implementation and support of information systems
b. Reduce errors and improve the speed of data interactions
c. Reduce office space costs by enabling employees to work from home
C. Improve data security
a. Reduce the threat of corporate espionage
D. Improve corporate image
a. Support government environmental guidelines
E. Expand the business
a. Listen to the customer to find new uses for existing product
These tactical goals can be met through various types of Information Systems best practices,
technology, and e-commerce support. As you complete the project, consider the following tools:
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Course Project
Management Information Systems
1. Business software packages:
a. Enterprise Application Software
b. Desktop Software
c. Business Intelligence Systems
2. Information Systems Best Practices
a. Total Cost of Ownership
b. Reducing e-waste
3. Information Systems Technology
a. Open Source Software
b. Software as a Service
c. Distributed Computing
d. Grid-computing
e. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
4. E-Commerce Support
a. Social Networks
b. Encryption
PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS
You will submit a document of approximately 10-15 pages formatted according to APA
guidelines. Your paper should clearly list each business objective and your suggested IS
solution. You must fully define each solution, describe its advantages and disadvantages, and
provide adequate rationale that explains why the solution fits and supports the business
objectives.
Prompt:
Review the list of business strategies and objectives. Consider what kinds of information
solutions would best support the objectives from the list of Information Systems packages, best
practices, technology, and e-commerce support provided.
A. Match each business objective with an Information system package, best practice,
technology and/or e-commerce support.
1. Provide an in-depth description of the Information Systems solution from a
technology viewpoint (What type of technology is this, and what is its primary
purpose?)
2. Discuss at least one inherent advantage and one disadvantage of each solution.
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Course Project
Management Information Systems
3. Explain what business role would most likely make use of the information solution
and for what business process it would be used.
4. Explain your rationale as to why you believe this system will enable the business
objective to be accomplished.
B. Provide an explanation of Porter’s Five Forces. Next, explain why Information Systems
Leaders would use it to help define technology solutions to take advantage of market
opportunities.
Provide appropriate support for your suggestions and properly cite or paraphrase material using
APA style.
PROJECT SUBMISSION
1. A title page is not required for project submissions. Because evaluators do not see student
names when reviewing student work, it is important that students not include any personal
identifiers in their project submissions.
2. Save your document as a PDF file. In Microsoft Word, you can use the Save As option to
select PDF as your file format.
3. If your project requires a video, you should post the video to a free video hosting site like
www.youtube.com, www.photobucket.com, or one of the other free webhosting websites.
The following website maintains a list of video hosting sites; http://www.videohostings.com/.
In the written materials that you submit as part of the assignment, you should include the
title of the video and a link for the faculty member to use to grade your submission.
4. Upload the PDF file in your course.
5. Your assignment will not be returned to you, so keep a copy for your files.
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written permission. Students are expected to maintain the integrity of the assignment by refraining from
reproducing or posting the assignment or their completed work where it can be viewed by current or
future students.
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Project Information
Start preparing for the Course Project
1. Download the project assignment
Management Information Systems Project.pdf
2. Keep the project requirements in mind as you learn
3. Review the Project Rubric

Project Rubric
Concepts and Terminology = 12.0%
Evaluation Item
Unsatisfactory 0‑59%
Below Expectations 60‑69%
Meets Expectations 70‑89%
Exceeds Expectations 90‑100%
Points
Explain theories, concepts, methods and terminology used in information systems
(IS)
For each information solution chosen, the definition of the Information systems, theory,
concept and methodology is incorrect and the technological makeup of the IS solution
and the purpose for the solution is missing
For each information solution chosen, the definition of the Information systems, theory,
concept and/or methodology is partially correct and/or the technological makeup of the IS
solution and the purpose for the solution is missing
For each information solution chosen, a full definition of the Information Systems theory,
concept, method or terminology is provided; includes the technological makeup of the IS
solution and the purpose for the solution
For each information solution chosen, a full definition with credible examples of the
Information Systems theory, concept, method or terminology is provided; includes the
technological makeup of the IS solution and the purpose for the solution
12
Advantages = 12.0%
Evaluation Item
Identify the advantages of each information system
Unsatisfactory 0‑59%
An incorrect advantage is provided for each information solution chosen
Below Expectations 60‑69%
A partially explained advantage is provided for each information solution chosen
Meets Expectations 70‑89%
An advantage is provided for each information solution chosen
Exceeds Expectations 90‑100%
Several correct advantages are provided for each information solution chosen
Points
12
Disadvantages = 12.0%
Evaluation Item
Identify the disadvantages of each information system
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Unsatisfactory 0‑59%
An incorrect disadvantage is provided for each information system chosen
Below Expectations 60‑69%
A partial or limited explanation of the disadvantage is provided for each information
solution chosen
Meets Expectations 70‑89%
A disadvantage inherent in the solution is provided for each information solution chosen
Exceeds Expectations 90‑100%
Several disadvantages inherent in the solution are provided for each information solution
chosen
Points
12
Supporting Business Processes = 12.0%
Evaluation Item
Explain how information systems support business processes
Unsatisfactory 0‑59%
For each solution, provides an incorrect description of how the system would be used by
the business, and the role of the user and business process is missing
Below Expectations 60‑69%
For each solution, provides an incomplete description of how the system would be used
by the business, and/or the role of the user and business process is missing
Meets Expectations 70‑89%
For each solution, provides a complete description of how the system would be used by
the business, including the role of the user and how the solution would be used in a
business process
Exceeds Expectations 90‑100%
For each solution, provides a complete description with credible examples on how the
system would be used by the business, including the role of the user and how the
solution would be used in a business process
Points
12
Enabling Business Objectives = 12.0%
Evaluation Item
Unsatisfactory 0‑59%
Below Expectations 60‑69%
Meets Expectations 70‑89%
Exceeds Expectations 90‑100%
Points
Describe how an information system will enable a business objective to be met
For each solution chosen, provides an incorrect explanation on how the business
objective would be addressed through the use of the IS solution and specifics on how the
supported business process will produce the desired effect are missing
For each solution chosen, provides a non-credible explanation on how the business
objective would be addressed through the use of the IS solution and/or specifics on how
the supported business process will produce the desired effect are missing
For each solution chosen, provides a credible explanation on how the business objective
would be addressed through the use of the IS solution, including specifics on how the
supported business process will produce the desired effect
For each solution chosen, provides a credible explanation with examples on how the
business objective would be addressed through the use of the IS solution, including
specifics on how the supported business process will produce the desired effect
12
Porter’s Five Forces = 24.0%
Evaluation Item
Define Porter’s Five Forces Model
Unsatisfactory 0‑59%
Provides a limited or incorrect explanation of Porter’s Five Forces Model
Below Expectations 60‑69%
Meets Expectations 70‑89%
Exceeds Expectations 90‑100%
Points
Provides a partial explanation of Porter’s Five Forces Model and/or some of the five
forces definitions are missing
Provides a full explanation of Porter’s Five Forces Model with definition of all five forces
Provides a full explanation with credible examples of Porter’s Five Forces Model with
definition of all five forces
12
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Evaluation Item
Unsatisfactory 0‑59%
Below Expectations 60‑69%
Meets Expectations 70‑89%
Exceeds Expectations 90‑100%
Points
Explain why Porter’s Five Forces Model is used to find market opportunities
Provides an inaccurate explanation of why Porter’s Five Forces can help an IT leader to
identify market opportunities and does not mention IT solutions that can be used to
address the opportunity
Provides a limited explanation of why Porter’s Five Forces can help an IT leader to
identify market opportunities and/or does not mention IT solutions that can be used to
address the opportunity
Provides an accurate explanation of why Porter’s Five Forces can help an IT leader to
identify market opportunities that can be solved with IT solutions
Provides a detailed explanation of why Porter’s Five Forces can help an IT leader to
identify market opportunities that can be solved with IT solutions; enhances answer with
business examples
12
Writing Standards = 16.0%
Evaluation Item
Unsatisfactory 0‑59%
Below Expectations 60‑69%
Meets Expectations 70‑89%
Articulation
There are multiple writing convention errors that severely impede comprehension of the
work
There are multiple writing convention errors that somewhat limit comprehension of the
work
There are some writing convention errors, but they do not impede comprehension of the
work
Exceeds Expectations 90‑100%
There are no detectable writing convention errors
Points
8
Evaluation Item
APA Format and Referencing
Unsatisfactory 0‑59%
No attempt to cite resources in APA format is evident
Below Expectations 60‑69%
The source citations have multiple APA formatting errors
Meets Expectations 70‑89%
The source citations have some APA formatting errors
Exceeds Expectations 90‑100%
Points
Either the source citations follow APA formatting guidelines with no detectable errors, or
no source citation was required for this submission
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