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1) Before using a DBMS, the user should have created a(n) ________. A) data model B) database C) identifier D) attribute 2) Which of the following is the first activity to be performed on starting Microsoft Access? A) creating a database B) assigning field names C) creating a primary id D) creating a table 3) Which of the following statements.
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1) Knowledge management can be used to reduce costs and streamline operations. 2) Knowledge management is a process supported by the five components of an information system, but it is not technology. 3) Knowledge management boosts revenues by getting products and services to market faster. 4) Content management systems cannot be used to.
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1) A ________ is a table of data which has rows and columns. A) spreadsheet B) cell C) broadsheet D) library 2) In Excel, the term "________" refers to a single spreadsheet. A) workbook B) library C) worksheet D) gridline 3) In Excel, a ________ is a combination of one or more worksheets. A) dashboard B) workbook C) batch D) datasheet 4) In Microsoft Excel,.
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1) The first step in preparing a budget for department hardware expense is to ________. A) determine the base requirements B) determine the computer workloads C) assess employees' performance D) create job categories 2) When preparing a budget for department hardware expense, after forecasting requirement changes during the budget period, you should ________. A) determine if.
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1) Functional business processes support a single organizational function. 2) The sales lead-tracking business process is an example of functional business processes. 3) Prospect-generation applications are also known as lead-tracking applications. 4) Managing customers is not a function of sales process applications. 5) The most common functional applications in marketing are product and brand.
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11) When removing inconsistencies during the process of implementing an ERP system, one can correct misfits by modifying the ERP application. 12) ERP was initially adopted by government and public service agencies to handle complex administrative tasks. 13) The availability of skilled IT personnel in companies of different sizes is the main.
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1) What are functional processes and functional applications? 2) Explain the major functions of sales and marketing applications. 3) Explain just-in-time (JIT) inventory policy. 4) What are the functions of modern human resources (HR) applications? How do they differ from first-era HR applications? .
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11) ________ refers to the methods by which information is transmitted. A) Direction B) Means C) Purpose D) Availability 12) ________ is the difference between the sum of the revenue generated by the supply chain and the sum of the costs that all organizations in the supply chain incur to obtain that revenue. A) Supply chain.
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1) A data model ________. A) is created after the database is designed B) is an attribute whose value is associated with only one entity instance C) is a logical representation of the structure of the data D) does not describe the relationships among data 2) Once the users have validated and approved the data.
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11) Just-in-time (JIT) inventory policy is adopted by companies that view inventories as assets. 12) A bill of materials (BOM) refers to the total budget of manufacturing a specific product. 13) Master production schedule is a plan for producing products. 14) Master production schedule (MPS) is an example of the pull manufacturing process. 15).
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1) The process of creating value from intellectual capital and sharing that knowledge with employees, managers, suppliers, customers, and others who need that capital is referred to as ________. A) knowledge management B) open-source development C) collaborative leadership D) the creative commons 2) Which of the following is true about knowledge management? A) Knowledge management is.
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1) Operational decisions concern day-to-day activities in an organization. 2) In organizations, decisions occur at three levels: operational, managerial, and strategic. 3) Information systems that support managerial decision-making are called transaction processing systems. 4) Decisions related to the allocation and utilization of resources are referred to as strategic decisions. 5) Strategic decisions are supported.
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11) Which of the following Excel diagrams is the best to compare various growth alternatives of different employees? A) pie charts B) column charts C) scatter diagrams D) Venn diagrams 12) Which of the following tabs in Microsoft Excel contains the option to create a column chart? A) Data B) Home C) Insert D) Tools 13) In Microsoft.
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1) ________ is a suite of applications, called modules; a database; and a set of inherent processes for consolidating business operations into a single, consistent, computing platform. A) Enterprise resource planning B) Customer relationship management C) Warehouse management system D) Supply chain management 2) Which of the following is an example of a supply chain.
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1) Which of the following is an example of an interorganizational process? A) sales force automation systems B) enterprise resource planning systems C) Automated Clearing House system among banks D) customer relationship management systems 2) Which of the following refers to a network of organizations and facilities that transforms raw materials into products delivered to.
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1) A database application consists of forms, reports, queries, and application programs. 2) The data model contains a description of the data. However, the model does not depict the relationships among the data. 3) A database model can be transformed into a database design only after the users have approved and validated.
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11) The bullwhip effect reveals that retailers face the highest variations in demand. 12) The bullwhip effect explains the amplification of demand at various stages in the supply chain. 13) Erratic consumer demand is the major reason for the bullwhip effect. 14) The bullwhip effect helps to increase the overall profitability of the.
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1) Discuss the information systems that support decisions at various levels in an organization. 2) What is the difference between structured and unstructured decisions? Give examples for each. 3) Discuss the relationship between decision levels and decision processes. 4) What is the difference between automated and augmentation information systems? How are these.
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1) ________ is the ability to provide computer-based activity or action at a distance. A) Remote access B) Mobile computing C) Mobile access D) Nomadic access 2) With ________, users access networks from different locations, but not while in motion from site to site. A) mobile access B) remote access C) nomadic access D) mobile computing 3) Which of the.
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11) Which of the following should be considered while implementing the ERP application? A) compare as-is model to blueprint processes B) convert to new procedures C) model current processes "as-is" D) identify relevant ERP blueprint processes 12) Which of the following factors forms a major point of difference between companies of different sizes, in terms.
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11) Perishability of documents is one of the complications of content management. 12) Documents behind corporate firewalls cannot be accessed by Google or any other search engine. 13) Team portals can be used as platforms for employees to post their ideas. 14) Basic emails do not allow good control over shared content and.
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11) The ________ policy seeks to have production inputs delivered to the manufacturing site just as they are needed. A) BOM B) JIT C) MPS D) MRP 12) ________ is an application that plans the need for materials and inventories of materials used in the manufacturing process. A) Enterprise resource planning B) Facilities requirement planning C) Materials requirements.
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11) If a computer is a virtual client in the cloud, everything is always synchronized because there's only one version. 12) Client virtualization is also called network virtualization. 13) Client virtualization enables users to run their desktop on different computers. 14) One likely consequence of communication at a distance is an increase in.
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1) What steps must a database designer take before using a DBMS? 2) Explain the procedure for creating a database using Microsoft Access. 3) Explain the procedure for establishing a relationship between two tables in Microsoft Access. 4) Explain the different alternatives provided by Microsoft Access for creating data entry forms. .
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1) An inter organizational process is one in which process activities occur in two or more independent organizations. 2) The Automated Clearing House system among banks is an example of an interorganizational process. 3) Every supply chain has four basic components: suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers. 4) In the term supply chain, each.
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1) Mobile access is the ability to provide computer-based activity or action at a distance. 2) Drones and other unoccupied military equipment are examples of remote systems. 3) Many remote systems are designed to provide services in dangerous locations. 4) A business traveler who accesses networks at work from a hotel or an.
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1) Microsoft Excel is a database management system. 2) Access is superior to Excel for tracking orders, inventory, equipment, and people. 3) To use Excel to process data stored in Access, you have to rekey all of the Access data into Excel. 4) Import/export is the process of transferring data from one computer.
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1) An ERP system is an information system based on ERP technology. 2) As an element of an ERP solution, supply chain includes scheduling, capacity planning, quality control, bill of materials, and related activities. 3) ERP vendors design application programs to be configurable so that development teams can alter them to meet.
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1) Which of the following is an example of a functional process? A) enterprise resource planning B) enterprise feedback management C) sales process management D) product life cycle management 2) A computer program that supports or automates the major activities in a functional process is referred to as ________. A) functional application B) application software C) departmental application D).
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11) Microsoft Access provides a default table display for entering the data. 12) In Microsoft Access, the option to generate a data entry form is present in the create ribbon. 13) Microsoft Access can be used to process the SQL query language. 14) Microsoft Access can be used to create and process queries..
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