Managerial Support Systems Course

Course Description

Survey of the principal information systems applications and how business decisions are facilitated by these applications, including information as a competitive resource. Also covered are supply chain management, enterprise resource planning, and knowledge management. Topics are approached from a systems standpoint, emphasizing effective managerial use of such systems.

Learning Outcomes

  • Synthesize the use of information to aid in making effective decisions.
  • Integrate the benefits of enterprise-wide systems for the organization.
  • Appraise the value of enterprise resource planning for the business.
  • Integrate the use of enterprise-wide systems in the daily operations of the organization.
  • Assess the fundamentals of supply chain management.
  • Analyze the different models developed for supply chain systems.
  • Integrate the use of these topics into the solution of cases that simulate real-world companies.

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