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Apple Information System

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Victoria Mata

on 1 February 2016

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Transcript of Apple Information System

Apple Inc.
Major Types of Information System
Transaction Processing Systems
Office Automation Systems
Knowledge Work Systems
Management Information Systems
Decision Support Systems
Expert Systems
Expert Support/Information Systems
Transaction Processing System
Office Automation System
Knowledge Management System
Decision Support System
Management Information System
Expert System
The cashiers in the Power Mac Store are examples of transaction processing systems. These are used as mediums in exchanging money to purchase an item.
An another example is the iTunes application and/or through an internet browser where consumers purchase products online and recorded via an invoice or an online receipt
Office automation systems are the usage of multiple computers in performing business activities
Examples are the office computers in the main offices of Apple or Mac
We can also use the iCloud software as an example in digitally creating, collecting, storing and relaying office information needed for accomplishing basic tasks
The knowledge managerial systems (or knowledge work system) are computer applications used for knowledge workers (who input info to produce output) to capture and organize work activity information
The IT also in Power Mac Customer Service if there are product defects or issues
The R&D also of Apple in creating or sketching designs (AutoCAD, sketch apps) for their new gadgets
A decision support system (DSS) is a computer program application that analyzes business data and presents it so that users can make business decisions more easily.
Apple did not disclose or show their ways in making decisions with the use of DSS. Ways like the use of QM (Quantitative / Qualitative Management) analysis have been a necessity for lots of businesses in doing decisions.
Expert Support/
Information System
are programs that imitate human reasoning. They recognize logical patterns that are similar to those recognized by humans, and then reason with them to produce expert-like performance.
Apple uses the "NEXPERT" . The company is being used for developing real AI applications
NEXPERTS is a leading solutions provider using mobile contactless technologies for Payment, Ticketing and Loyalty as well as Access and Security.
Unlike expert systems, expert-support systems does not aim to replace human labor or manpower, but assisting manpower in the workforce.
Applications such as automated robotics in building pieces of gadgets
Apple values are the qualities, customs, standards, and principles that the company belives will help it and its employees succeed.
They are the basis for what they do and how they do it. Taken together, they identify Apple as a unique company
The values that govern by Apple:
Empathy for Customers/Users
Aggressiveness/Achievement
Positive Social Contribution
Innovation/Vision
Individual Performance
Team Spirit
Quality/Excellence
Individual Reward
Good Management
Pocholo Lozano
Denise Natividad
Haeyeong Kim
Kevin Lopez
Apple started in 1976 as a computer company. In the last decade, however, Apple has expanded into a very intricate company that specializes in much more than just computers. In 2001, Apple broke the barrier with the iPod, eventually becoming the dominant market leader in music players. As well, Apple joined the phone industry in 2007 with the iPhone, which has also been widely successful.
Apple is a consumer goods company, and therefore evaluating its value requires understanding its products and consumers. This can be very difficult because Apple competes with many different companies throughout the different industries it takes part in.
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