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APPENDIX Scenario description

The managers in your organization have expressed con- cern that the information systems supporting your core

business functions are not well integrated. You recognize the need for streamlining business processes to become more efficient. The suggestion has been made to reengi- neer these business processes using IT capabilities to bet- ter support the business areas. You are considering these options:

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