BSBCUE301 – Summary Copy

BSBCUE301 – Summary Copy

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Summary

Information systems are essentially the backbone of an organisation. There are a variety of types of information systems that can be used in an organisation all of which perform specific tasks. Database management systems (DBMS) are systems which have a variety of structures and are a handy tool for storing large amounts of information. Familiarity with the various information systems is important because different systems are required to process various customer enquiries. Errors do occur in information systems. They can be simple or complex errors. Regardless, the relevant personnel should be informed so that the problem gets the required attention and solution.

These are some books that we feel may be of assistance to you in completing the Assessment for this unit of competency. Your local library may hold these publications.

  • Principles of Information Systems, Stair, RM and Reynolds, GW, of Cengage Learning, Stamford, CT, USA, 2011

  • Fundamentals of Information Systems, Stair, RM and Reynolds, GW, of Cengage Learning, Stamford, CT, USA, 2011

  • Information Systems for You, Doyle, S, of Nelson Thornes. Delta Place, 27 Bath Road, Cheltenham. Gloucestershire, GL537TH, UK, 2001

  • Information and Information Systems, Buckland, MK, , of ABC-CLIO, 130 Cremona Drive, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, 1991