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Textbook Problem

The Nile Company is considering taking customers’ orders on its Web site.

  1. a. What information would Nile collect from the customer during this process?
  2. b. What information would need to come from Nile’s Web site and back-end systems to complete the order?
  3. c. How would an enterprise system facilitate this exchange of information?

a)

Summary Introduction

The information Company NL would collect from the customer during this process.

Enterprise systems:

These systems are large-scale software packages used to support the business processes, flow of information, reporting of information, analysis of data in complex business organizations.

Explanation

The information Company NL would collect from the customer during this process:

  • The collection of name or number of the customer...

b)

Summary Introduction

The information that would need to come from Company NL Web site and back-end systems to complete the order.

c)

Summary Introduction

The way an enterprise system will facilitate this exchange of information.

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