BIS 220 Week 3 LT, Efficiency and Collaboration Proposal

Apr 24th, 2015
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Resources: Ch. 1 & 2 of Excel® in Microsoft® Office 2010. Scenario: Imagine you are an employee of Party Plates, a company that manufactures decorative paper plates and napkins for special events. Your team has been assigned a new project. The president of your company has tasked you with improving the efficiency of the current information systems used in the sales department, because the current systems are somewhat antiquated. Your organization is currently using Microsoft® Excel® to track all personnel data, but would like to migrate to a relational database like Microsoft® Access®. You have also been tasked with identifying potential collaborative software that may improve internal communications and help streamline some of the work processes for the sales department. Prepare a 350- to 700-word proposal addressing the potential implementation of new information systems in your organization. Explain the usefulness of converting data currently held in Microsoft® Excel® spre

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Efficiency and Collaboration ProposalBIS/220Your Name;Date:Efficiency and Collaboration ProposalWhen it comes to running a business, efficiency is important to both the business and the customers. But what makes the business efficient? The most important programs to run in a business are the database systems as well as the collaboration tools. If you are using a program from Microsoft, Access is the best one to use in the business because of its ability to process information using a relational database system. However, the collaboration tool that a business uses is equally important. This tool whether it is an inter- or intra-net type system, is critical when working with other team members or employees to process work efficiently and effectively for the business and its customers.There are many different ways converting data currently held in Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets into a relational database using Microsoft Access is useful. Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access are two programs that are very similar, but they each have individually distinctive advantages. Depending on how familiar the individual is with either (Excel or Access) may determine which program will be used. Users that are familiar with Excel will most likely use a spreadsheet when a database would be the better choice. While database features are used in Excel, they are generally used on data that is in one table, when in fact the data is best suited to be on two or more tables, and then

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