A Functional Analysis and Recommendations for Information Systems to Support the Department of Chemistry at Simon Fraser University

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Graduate student (Masters)
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A functional analysis of the information systems used in support of the teaching program of the Department of Chemistry at Simon Fraser University was undertaken. The portfolio of applications was considered from the context of theoretical frameworks and models to facilitate better understanding of the current information technology environment of the department. Underlying management and operational processes supported by information sysems are parsed out for comparison to process solutions across the Faculty of Science. Recommendations and an implementation plan for modernization of business processes and the supporting information systems are presented.


MOT MBA Project - Simon Fraser University

Document type: 
Graduating extended essay / Research project
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Senior supervisor: 
Reich, Blaize
Beedie School of Business-Segal Graduate School