Enterprise system for small and medium scale enterprises

Information about Enterprise system for small and medium scale enterprises

Published on June 13, 2016

Author: CliffKabele

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1. Toge, Clifford Kabele BHU/12/04/05/0028 Enterprise system for small and medium scale enterprises

2. • Abstract • Introduction • Problem statement • Aim and objective • Literature review • Methodology • Results and findings • Summary and conclusion Presentation overview

3. • Enterprise architecture (EA) is a well-defined practice for conducting enterprise analysis, design, planning and implementation using a holistic approach at all times for the successful development and execution of strategy. • It is a platform used to promote businesses both sales and profit. IT is used to promote this businesses and their models of work. Abstract

4. • An enterprise architecture (EA) is a conceptual blueprint that defines the structure and operation of an organization. The intent of an enterprise architecture is to determine how an organization can most effectively achieve its current and future objectives. (techtarget.com, 2016) • Information technology is defined by the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) (2003) as the study, design, development, implementation, support or management of computer based information systems, particularly software applications and computer hardware. • In summary enterprise architecture is a model used in managing business processes and functions using ICT as a tool to expand and increase business productivity. Introduction

5. • The lack of mechanisms that would enable the Nigerian SMEs to generate and share information with other communities and corporate bodies for national economic development. • Remoteness, leading to high start-up and maintenance cost, as well as a lack of electricity, so that computers often require generators and voltage stabilizers; • The lack of relevant human capital (in particular, technicians for maintenance and repair); • Cost are raised, since the equipment used must be robust • Low earning capacity of the majority of the SMEs Problem Statement

6. • To provide a platform where SMEs can generate and share information with other communities • Proving a system available anywhere and at anytime with any device to reduce problem of remoteness. • Reducing start-up cost of SMEs using ICT enabled tools. • Reducing cost of tools to be used since the system is multi-platform. • Increasing earning rate through marketing and publicity the system provides. Aims and Objectives

7. • Because the purpose of business is to create and keep customers, it has only two central functions – marketing and innovation. The basic function of marketing is to attracts and retain customers at a profit. Marketing exists through exchanges.(Jobber 2004). • Although the issue of security remains the primary reason why more people do not purchase items online, the GVA survey also indicates that faith in the security of ecommerce is increasing. • The literatures considered had undergone deep research on solving problems and coming up with solutions to enterprise architecture particularly for small and medium sized enterprises. Literature Review

8. • The agile method and the Zachman framework for enterprise architecture is used to attain maximum efficiency and usability as possible alongside solving the problems in other systems. • Agile method is a more flexible method without strict staged processes. The processes for system development is random and no particular order is followed. • Zachman architecture tells you how to categorize your artifacts using basic questions and answers from different views. Methodology

9. • The objectives met where; • Cheap rate to register your business on the platform. • Multi-platform application enabling business on mobile therefore, reducing cost of buying computer systems and maintenance. • Earning rate is increased through the marketing and publicity the enterprises system provides to every vendor registered. • The system requires very little connection to the internet and therefore can be accessed anywhere on any device. • The system allows registered SMEs generate and share information with other SMEs registered in the platform. • The objectives met gives this system an edge over others and solves many problems found among SMEs. Results and Findings

10. • It is faster, cleaner, easy to understand and straight to the point. Security is placed with utmost priority to prevent customers’ information from leaking to unauthorized persons by any means. • Enterprise systems are smarter and more complex than ever but with my application any body can pc up his/her phone and put their business online in very easy and affordable way. • My system focuses small and medium scale enterprises manly. Large scale enterprises can also register but their complicated processes would have to be dropped to fit the application requirement and general business process. Summary and Conclusion

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