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Business Requirements Analysis
This paper offers an examination of business requirements, concentrating on General Electrics' Lighting Division.
# 94175 | 1,553 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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In this article, the writer notes that for manufacturing and service companies alike, the ability to quickly sense and respond to customer demand is critical for their growth and survival. For purposes of this analysis, examples from General Electrics' (GE) Lighting Division are used to both show how domestically and internationally this division uses information technologies to support business strategies. The writer points out that the two major business projects GE Lighting undertook globally was the development and implementation of a new website to support both channel selling partners or resellers and its direct outside sales force and to coordinate all sales activity with its inside sales force.

Partner Relationship Management Rationale
Partner Relationship Management Use Case
Order Capture and Management Integration to ERP System Rationale
Order Capture and Management Integration to ERP System Use Case

Sample of Sources Used:

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