It Upgrade Proposal

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Information Systems Upgrade Proposal Team B BIS/220 February 20, 2013 Pat Gomes Information Systems Upgrade Proposal for Party Plates Contents Executive Summary 2 Microsoft Excel Limitations 3 Benefits of Microsoft Access 3 Our Transition to Microsoft Access 4 Alternative Potential Collaborative System 4 Notable advantages for Party Plates Company (SAS) 6 Notable advantages for the Sales Department (MS Access) 7 Summary 7 Executive Summary This proposal is presented to the Party Plates Company for the purpose of advancing its Information Systems capability to ensure seamless operations across the company and more important, the sales department. Since its inception, Party Plates has always embraced information…show more content…
This remarkable software will ensure our business, Party Plates Company, has the most up-to-date information and is readily available for decision making. Engineered with accounting logic and a proprietary calculation engine make this an exceptional solution to any business. (SAS.com, 2013) Benefits of SAS • Communicate and execute strategies more effectively. SAS Financial Management provides seamless communication of strategy with integrated planning, budgeting, financial reporting, business modeling, and scorecards and dashboards. • Create more frequent, accurate forecasts. With SAS Financial Management, you can explore multiple scenarios and encourage broader participation in forecast development to enhance the reliability of published earnings expectations. • Publish financial reports more quickly. SAS Financial Management performs on-demand consolidations that include automatic currency conversion; intercompany eliminations, ownership adjustments, allocations and more, helping you close your books faster. (SAS.com, 2013) Notable advantages for Party Plates Company (SAS) The advantages to using SAS: 1. Simulate potential outcomes for leveraging opportunities and mitigating threats. 2. Identify correlations between activities and objectives to better predict the most optimal path to success. 3. Utilize more accurate forecasts in planning, identifying historical trends and aligning operations
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