Information Architecture of ERP Systems at Globalised Enterprises in a Small EU Member State

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Information Architecture of ERP Systems at Globalised Enterprises in a Small EU Member State
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  Information Architecture of ERP Systems at Globalised Enterprisesin a Small EU Member State Bálint Molnár 1 , Gyula Szabó 2 1  Eötvös University of Budapest, Information Systems 2  Dénes Gábor  College, Address:1119 Bp,  Mérnök  u. 39. E-mail(s): molnarba@inf.elte.hu, bpinformatik@gmail.com The Project is supported by the European Union and co-financed by the European Social Fund (grant agreement no. TAMOP 4.2.1./B-09/1/KMR-2010-0003).  Bálint Molnár, Senior Researcher, Information System Department 2 Research issue  Globalization and internationalization motivate the restructuring the business processes then consequently IT processes.   Economic and  Financial  crisis accelerates the alteration  Bálint Molnár, Senior Researcher, Information System Department 3 Reactions of Enterprises  The companies typically react to the changing environment in cases as follows:  Standardization of ERP and generally information system (IS).  Standardization of business processes, business services.  The information systems existing at various countriesof multi-nationals are rathercentralized.(within the continuum centralization-hybrid-decentralization)  The trends for standardization can be discerned mostly at business functions where strong coupling to the market can be seen.  Bálint Molnár, Senior Researcher, Information System Department 4 Frameworks of Analysis  Enterprise Architecture (based on Zachman)  Business (systems) architecture -Defines the structure and content (information and function) of all business systems in the organization (the  ERP  of an organization).  Information Systems Architecture (the  ERP system of an organization)  Information (or Data) Architecture  –  represents main data types that support  business; furthermore the structure (including interdependencies and relationships) of information required and in use by the organization;  Application Architecture  –  defines applications needed for data management and  business support; the collection of relevant decisions about the organization (structure) of a software system, and the architectural style that guides this organization.  Technical Architecture  –  represents the main technologies used in application implementation and the infrastructures that provide an environment for information system deployment. Technical architecture describes and maintains the integrity of the hardware, software, and infrastructure environment required to support the  Business Systems Architecture and  Information Systems Architecture.  Bálint Molnár, Senior Researcher, Information System Department 5
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