Analyzing Business Information Systems provides a comprehensive object-oriented domain analysis of business information systems. It develops generic object-oriented platforms for business data processing and management information systems; business processes and group work support systems (office automation systems); and business support systems. And it identifies a wide range of basic business object classes and sub-classes. In so doing, it provides business systems analysts, designers, and programmers with a solid, object-oriented framework within which to work together.The firm currently has 20 lawyers and four secretaries; the accounts receivable system is manual, and information about cases is not shared. ... objects on Novell LAN, as well as GUI objects of the accounting software package ACCPAC and the e-mail system Pegasus. ... Yet, it is possible to model these objects, thus allowing simulation to be included in the IS planning and for end-user job training . Alsoanbsp;...
|Title||:||Analyzing Business Information Systems|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-08-18|