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Purpose and Scope of Study

The purpose and scope of the study is to evaluate information systems and its atmosphere, evaluate problems and assess the probability of an ERP installation; being specific, the use of SAP R/3 to maintain at the least three business areas. This requires investigation within the business and its needs, a good word about the use of SAP R/3 along with supported foundation and a comprehensible working model of SAP R/3, configured and with master data. (Sumner, 2005)

According to Sumner the overall scope or benefit of the study was to assure that IT plans support business plans, to provide a basis for linking IT spending to the business direction, offer context for functional managers and MIS professionals can make determinations, conveys the overall direction of data use and management throughout the business, present closer integration of like systems and networks while decentralizing at the same time technology and operational activities. The offer of guidance in choosing vendors for workstation-based solutions along with network and web-based solutions to problems as well as offering framework for using IT to gain a strategic improvement. (Sumner, 2005)

Document High-Level Business Direction

The high level business direction as defined by executive management interviews discovered that there was a great deal to address in order to satisfy the 6,000 companies that Bandon Group served. From the management interviews it was discovered that value added marketing, better understanding of the customer, integration of information-based network services and providing strategic outsourcing was needed to be improved in order to be more successful. (Sumner,…...

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