Businesses must constantly adapt to a dynamically changing environment that requires choosing an adaptive and dynamic information architecture that has the flexibility to support both changes in the business environment and changes in technology. In general, information systems reengineering has the objective of extracting the contents, data structures, and flow of data and process contained within existing legacy systems in order to reconstitute them into a new form for subsequent implementation. Information Systems Reengineering for Modern Business Systems: ERP, Supply Chain and E-Commerce Management Solutions covers different techniques that could be used in industry in order to reengineer business processes and legacy systems into more flexible systems capable of supporting modern trends such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), supply chain management systems and e-commerce. This reference book also covers other issues related to the reengineering of legacy systems, which include risk management and obsolescence management of requirements.An external agent is represented by a square shape on the data flow diagram. A data store is an inventory of data that ... The following strategy for process modeling is proposed in (Whitten aamp; Bentley aamp; Dittman 2000): 1. Draw a context DFD toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Information Systems Reengineering for Modern Business Systems: ERP, Supply Chain and E-Commerce Management Solutions|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2012-02-29|