BUILDING INFORMATION SYSTEMS

  Building Information Systems (BIS)

According to Management Information Systems (twentieth edition) , Building Information Systems (BIS) can be defined as building a new information system is one kind of planned organizational change. The introduction of a new information system involves much more than new hardware and software.

4 Structure Organization Change Enable By IT
Structure organization change enable by IT has four (4) structure is a Automation, Rationalization, Redesign and Paradigm Shifts.

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  • Automation: Automation or automatic control structure that is easy to do in a business. This is because the automation perform any work or produce a product does not require labor and do all those things completely on the engine but the engine-driven machine must be operated by employees.
  • Rationalization: Rationalization of procedures is a commonly used structure after structure automation run. This means that rationalization is done by a business to reduce congestion (bottlenecks) experienced during the conduct of automation.
  • Redesign: Business process redesign aims to improve the way the business to achieve a quantum leap. It can be seen what if goods, investment and business quality reformed from one stage to the better.
  • Paradigm Shifts: Paradigm shift is a different use of automation, rationalization and redesign because this structure is a higher consumption. Paradigm shift can be detected through a major change in a specific pattern such as a radical change in personal beliefs.

 

Business Process Management
According from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, business process management (BPM) is a field in operations management that focuses on improving corporate performance by managing and optimizing a company’s business processes. Five (5) steps in business process management is a Identify process for change, Analyze existing processes, Design the new process, Implement the new process and Continuous measurement.

  1. Identify process for change: Understand a problem faced and identify processes to improve the quality     of business.
  2. Analyze existing process: Understand and assess a process that is already available.
  3. Design the new process: Get something new designs and make comparisons with the old design to increase.
  4. Implement the new process: Implement a new process or an improvement on the old process to assist in the redesign process.
  5. Continuous measurement: The process was carried out then it should continue to avoid the low efficiency of the process.

 

Systems Development Process
Systems development process have a six (6) usually take place in sequential order. Systems Analysis, Systems Design, Programming, Testing, Conversion, Production and Maintenance.

i) Systems analysis: Analyze any problems encountered and solved by information systems.

ii) Systems design: Design a system that can meet the information needs and explain how to use them.

iii) Programming: The system was designed and translated into system specifications.

iv) Testing: The system has been in the design need to undergo a process of trial to see if the system generates a good decision or not.

v) Conversion: The old system required a process of conversion to a new system.

vi) Production and Maintenance: The revised system for review and reform will be implemented if there is an error.

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