Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Functional /operational strategies / information system strategy

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Information system strategy is an example of a functional / operational strategy (although in some cases it may have strategic implications), functional / operational strategies. Deal with specified arrears of activity.

Information systems  :-- A firms information systems are becoming increasingly important, as an item    of expenditure, as administrative support and as a tool for competitive strength.

Marketing           :-- Devising products and services, pricing, promoting and distributing them, in          order to satisfy customer needs and profits.                      

Production                    : -- Factory location, Manufacturing techniques, outsourcing etc

Finance                         : --Ensuring that the firm has enough financial resources to fund its other strategies

Human resources        : -- Secure personnel of the right skills in the right quantity at the real time.

R & D                          : -- New products and techniques.

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