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Looking for assistance with the questions below. If you could provide two solid paragraphs for each, I would really appreciate it. I have about one page for each currently, but would like a little more substance and more views. Thank you!

Again, not asking for 1-2 pages each, only a solid paragraph or two.

A. Short Answer Questions
Answer the following short answer questions (1-2 pages each).

- Discuss a specific computerized information system.

- What are some of the systems development methodologies used by specific corporations?

- What steps would you take to align the IS functions of an organization with its organization's goals?

- Should technology drive an organization's strategic planning or should strategic planning drive an organization's technology adoption plans?

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https://www.microfinancegateway.org/sites/default/files/mfg-en-toolkit-implementing-a-computerized-management-information-system-2005.pdf

http://starbucksinformationsystem.blogspot.com/2014/11/starbucks_10.html

Discuss a specific computerized information system.

The system that I will describe is Oracle OLAP, which is a computerized information system that is predicated upon management information wherein this system captures data obtained throughout Starbucks operational system to help the company make decisions that more informed and consistent with the company's needs and objectives. The company has greatly benefitted from this insight wherein it's been able to effortlessly migrate its existing data warehouse storage into a more ...

Solution Summary

Starbucks customized computer systems are examined. The systems development methodologies used by specific corporations are given. The steps that would be taken to align the IS functions of an organization with its organization's goals.

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