ISTM 5020 – Identifying a Target Company
Subject: Business / Management
Identifying a Target Company
Just as an architect plans, designs, and communicates the components and relationships that comprise a building or house, an information architect must be able to understand, design, and communicate a company’s data requirements. For this assignment, you will select a company for which you will define and describe the data requirements throughout the remainder of this course. You can choose a company with which you are familiar, or you can select a company of interest to you. As you complete the assignments throughout the course, you may not have specifics available to you regarding the company’s actual data-storage implementation. That is fine. You will instead think about the variety of data the company must store. Based on your readings and other study materials throughout the course, you will also think about ways you could organize the company’s data to optimize availability and access, reliability, security, scalability, and performance.
For this assignment, you must produce a concise but accurate overview of the company you have selected to work with for the remainder of this course. Please include the following items in your paper:
Include the following in the company overview:
3.Number of employees, business units, suppliers, vendors, and so on.
Types of Data (Enterprise Systems)
Following are the types of enterprise systems data the company must manage:
1.Human relations (HR).
2.Customer relationship management (CRM).
3.Logistics (suppliers and vendors).
6.Business analytics and intelligence.
Unique Data Storage Requirements
Consider the following when setting up your data storage requirements:
Following are the data stakeholders in the company:
5.Vendors and suppliers.
Other Assignment Requirements
Given below are the other requirements for this assignment:
•Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
•APA formatting: Your paper should be formatted according to APA sixth edition style and formatting guidelines.
•Font and font size: Arial, 10 point.
•Length of paper: Your paper should be 3–5 pages long.
•Resources: An appropriate number of recent, peer-reviewed, and scholarly resources should be used to support the demands of the paper. These should go beyond the textbooks assigned in the course, whenever appropriate.