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1. NAV werkt met een zogenaamde Role Tailored Client (RTC). Wat is een RTC? en geef aan waarom Microsoft voor deze opzet heeft gekozen.
RTC betekent rolgerichte cliënt. Je kan NAV opstarten in verschillende rollen, met elk een andere samenstelling van het scherm. Microsoft heeft voor deze opzet gekozen omdat gebruikers dan uitsluitend worden voorzien van de informatie die voor hen relevant is.

2. In hoofdstuk 2 wordt het “voorbeeldbedrijf” Cronus toegelicht. Welke afdeling (kenmerkend voor een handelsbedrijf) ontbreekt in het organogram op bladzijde 20?
De afdeling inkoop ontbreekt in het organigram.

3. Geef aan wat de verschillen of overeenkomsten zijn tussen RTC en de controle-technische functiescheiding zoals we deze bij AO/BIV zien.
Overeenkomst: bevoegdheden en verantwoordelijkheden van het bedrijf worden bij beide systemen verdeeld, zodat de kans op fouten wordt verminderd en daarnaast er geen fraude kan gepleegd worden door het personeel.
Verschil: bij de controle-technische functiescheiding kunnen vijf functies onderscheiden worden: beschikken, bewaren, controleren, registreren en uitvoeren. Bij RTC kan men alleen inloggen als bepaalde rol. Voorbeelden hiervan zijn: directeur, administrateur, debiteurenbeheerder, inkoper, servicemanager etc.

4. Waarom is de RTC voor een bedrijf een voordeel, maar voor een onderwijssituatie soms een nadeel?
Het is voor een bedrijf een voordeel, omdat elke medewerker kan inloggen in het systeem met zijn eigen rol, waardoor hij minder gemakkelijk fraude kan plegen. Daarnaast kunnen de medewerkers hun taken vlot en efficiënt uitvoeren.
Voor een onderwijssituatie is het minder handig omdat je de hele tijd moet uitloggen en inloggen en je verschillende rollen nodig hebt om het bedrijf te simuleren, bij een bedrijf is dit altijd maar één rol.

5. Waarom benadrukt de auteur van het boek op bladzijde 7 het belang…...

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