31276 Networked Enterprise Architecture6cp
Requisite(s): 31269 Business Requirements Modelling OR 31247 Collaborative Business Processes
Anti-requisite(s): 31950 Networked Enterprise Design
knowledge of procedures used to elicit and specify information systems
Organisations in Australia and around the world are increasingly recognising that they do not operate in isolation and that competitive advantage depends on business networks. This undergraduate subject introduces ways in which information systems can support business networking, focusing on sharing information and integrating business activities with business partners.
- contractual arrangements and planning
- the role of service and networking standards in the development of inter-organisational networks
- evolving business collaboration
- electronic data interchange (EDI) and exchange of transaction data
- the establishment and management of supply chains.
Students learn how to elicit information technology architectural requirements, develop specifications and design distributed application architectures to support networked business environments.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125