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Self-Study Quiz: Multiple Choice

Chapter 2: Information Systems in the Enterprise

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This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1.
Enterprise applications do all of the following EXCEPT:


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Question 2.
These systems typically provide periodic reports rather than instant information on operations:


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Question 3.
ESSs are:


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Question 4.
A hotel reservation system would be classified as a(n):


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Question 5.
The major source of data for other systems are:


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Question 6.
The most advanced graphics software in any system used by management is normally found in:


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Question 7.
Unlike other types of information systems, these systems are NOT designated primarily to solve specific problems:


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Question 8.
Budgeting, profit planning, and portfolio analysis are examples of:


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Question 9.
This function is responsible for managing the firm's stocks and bonds.


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Question 10.
The foundation for a customer or demand-driven organization often is based on the use of:


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Question 11.
Enterprise software:


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Question 12.
The ability to generate demand forecasts for a product and to develop sourcing and manufacturing plans for that product is provided by:


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Question 13.
Tracking the status of orders and checking inventory availability are features of:


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Question 14.
The organization's suppliers and their suppliers and the processes for managing relationships with them form the:


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Question 15.
Inefficiencies in the supply chain are caused by:


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