Information Systems Design

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
BIK-TIS Z,ZK 5 13KP+2KC Czech
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Department of Software Engineering

Students know various types of ISs and their practical implementation aspects and are able to match the needs of different market segments (customers) with applications of existing technologies (databases, programming languages, GUI etc.).


General knowledge about database technologies, client server principle, basic knowledge about tools for description of real systems behaviour (for example case tools, UML,etc.), user interface implementation knowledge, overview of systems implementation and programming technologies.

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction to Information Systems, glossary and definitions, subject motivation. Methods of Information Systems implementation, process control.

2. Project way of realization, methodology. Postimplementation stage of project realization.

3. Legal questions of Information Systems implementation, specification of information systems delivery to different segments. Market verticals, Information Systems types.

4. Information systems for small and middle sized companies. Information systems for large sized companies.

5. Information systems for manufacturing companies. Information systems for Customer Realationship Management (CRM).

6. Geographical information systems. Information systems for content management.

7. Business intelligence.

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Introduction to Information Systems implementation. Implementation tools. Practical presentation of project implementation. Project assignment. Project elaboration. First project presentation. Project elaboration. Final project presentation. Reserve.

Study Objective:

The aim of the course is to inform students about the types of Information Systems and their practical implementation aspects. After completing the course, students will be able to match the needs of different market segments (customers) with applications of existing technologies (databases, programming languages, GUI etc.). Knowledge obtained in this course can serve as the fundamentals for IS project management, as well as for selecting an optimal solution (including technology), choosing a supplier, and supervising the delivery of an information system by a third party.

Study materials:

1. Kroenke, D. M. ''Management Information Systems''. Mcgraw-Hill College, 1993. ISBN 0070359385.

2. McLeod, R. ''Management Information Systems: A Study of Computer-Based Information Systems''. Prentice Hall, 1995. ISBN 0023795018.

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