MIS 300 EXAM 2

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MIS 300 EXAM 2 For The Winter Quarter


 
  
Created Feb 9, 2009
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What are the different types of information?
 
C. Levels, formats, granularities
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2.Which of the following is an example of transactional information?
 
D. All of the above
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3.Which of the following implies that information is current with respect to the business requirement?...
 
d. Timeliness
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4. Which of the following represents the different information levels?
 
. Individual, department, enterprise
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5. What encompasses all organizational information and its primary purpose is to support the...
 
Analytical information
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6. Which of the following is not one of the five characteristics common to high quality information?
 
Quantity
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7. Which of the following is a quantitative model typically used by a DSS?
 
All of the above
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8. What finds the inputs necessary to achieve a goal, such as a desired level
 
d. Goal-seeking analysis
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9. Which of these systems processes large amounts of data for routine transactions
 
c. Executive Information Systems
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Which of these systems deals with semi-structured decisions?
 
b. Decision Support Systems
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11. Which of the following represents the top-down (executives to analysts) organizational...
 
c. EIS, DSS, TPS
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All of the following are characteristics of information, except
 
d. Quantity
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16. Which of the following is an example of transactional information?
 
c. Purchasing stock
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20. All of the following are reasons why operational systems are not appropriate for business...
 
B. Operational systems are integrated
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21. What do data warehouses support?
 
B. Analytical processing
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22. Which of the following describes ETL?
 
A. A process that extracts information from internal and external databases
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23. What is data mining?
 
D. Process of analyzing data to extract information not offered by the raw data alone
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24. When does information cleansing occur in the data warehouse?
 
C. During the ETL process and once it is in the data warehouse
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25. Which of the following occurs during data cleansing?
 
D. All of the above
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26. Which of the following statements is true?
 
D. The more complete and accurate an organization wants to get its information, the more it...
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27. What is information that people use to support their decision-making efforts
 
D. Business intelligence
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28. Why is Ben & Jerry’s using business intelligence?
 
B. To create new flavors of ice cream????
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29. Why is Noodles & Company using business intelligence?
 
C. To track store quality?????
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What can a model accomplish?
 
D. All of the above
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52. What is drill-down capability?
 
C. Enables users to get details, and details of details, of information
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53. What is slice-and-dice capability?
 
B. The ability to look at information from different perspectives
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54. What integrates information from multiple components and tailors the information to individual...
 
D. Digital dashboard
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55. What is a category of AI that attempts to emulate the way the human
 
D. Neural network
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56. What is a technique used to divide an information set into mutually exclusive groups such...
 
C. Cluster analysis
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57. What reveals the degree to which variables are related and the nature and frequency of...
 
A. Association detection
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58. Which of the following is a form of statistical analysis?
 
A. Forecasting
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59. Which of the following is an incorrect enterprise view of information technology
 
C. Processing is OLTP for executives and OLAP for analysts
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60. Which system differentiates an executive information system from a decision support system...
 
A. Order processing system
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72. CRM allows an organization to accomplish all of the following, except
 
C) Complicate marketing and sales processes
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73. What helps an organization identify its customers across applications?
 
D. Reporting
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74. Which question below represents an analyzing question?
 
B. Why did sales not meet forecasts?
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75. Which of the following is not one of the three phases in the evolution of CRM
 
C. Processing
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76. What is an organization performing when it asks questions such as “why was customer revenue...
 
B. CRM analyzing technologies
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77. What is an organization performing when it asks questions such as “which customers are...
 
D. CRM predicting technologies
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78. Which of the following represents operational CRM?
 
A) Supports traditional transactional processing
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79. What supports back-office operations and strategic analysis and includes all systems that...
 
A) Analytical CRM
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80. What can analytical CRM modeling tools discover
 
D) All of the above
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86. What is at the heart of any ERP system?
 
d. Database
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87. Which evolution of ERP contains scheduling, forecasting, capacity planning, e-commerce,...
 
b. Extended ERP
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90. Which system supports the work of teams by facilitating sharing and flow of the
 
b. Collaboration System
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Which component is considered as a Extended ERP component?
 
d. E-business
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96. Which of the following describes an ERP system?
 
D. All of the above
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97. Which of the following is a reason for ERPs explosive growth?
 
D. All of the above
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98. What is the primary difference in an organization before and after an ERP
 
D. All of the above
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99. Which evolution of ERP contains materials planning, order entry, distribution, general...
 
A. ERP
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102. Which evolution of ERP contains project management, knowledge management, workflow management,...
 
C. ERP II
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104. Which of the following is a business-related consequence of successful software?
 
A. Increase revenues
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105. Which of the following is a business-related consequence of failing software?
 
D. All of the above
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106. What is the systems development life cycle?
 
D. The overall process for developing information systems from planning and analysis through...
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107. What is the analysis phase in the SDLC?
 
B. Involves analyzing end-user business requirements and refining project goals into defined...
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108. What is the design phase in the SDLC?
 
C. Involves describing the desired features and operations of the system
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109. What is the implementation phase in the SDLC?
 
D. Involves placing the system into production so users can begin to perform actual business...
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110. What is a sequential, activity-based process in which each phase in the SDLC is performed...
 
C. Waterfall methodology
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111. What emphasizes extensive user involvement in the rapid and evolutionary construction...
 
A. RAD methodology
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112. What breaks a project into tiny phases, and developers cannot continue on to the next...
 
D. Extreme programming
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113. Which of the following is a fundamental of the RAD methodology?
 
D. All of the above
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114. Which of the following is not one of the primary principles an organization should follow...
 
C. Test and deliver infrequently
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115. What is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities...
 
A. Project management
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116. What are the three primary variables in any project?
 
C. Time, cost, scope
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118. Which of the following is a characteristic of a successful project
 
D. All of the above
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178. Core business relationships and models are dramatically changing, including shifts from...
 
D. All of the above
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179. Which of the following is one of the new series of business success factors that are helping...
 
D. All of the above
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180. Which of the following is one of the 21st century organizational trends on the business...
 
D. All of the above
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188. A company X wanted to enter a new market. Using its CRM systems, the company identified...
 
c. Focused Strategy
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12. External sources of information are used as input in the EIS.
 
T
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15. Transactional information is used when performing operational tasks and repetitive decisions...
 
T
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17. Call center operators enter abbreviated or erroneous information by accident or to save...
 
T
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18. The uniqueness characteristic of high quality information ensures that none of the values...
 
F
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29. The primary purpose of a data warehouse is to perform transactional processes.
 
F
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30. Extraction, transformation, and loading is a process that extracts information from internal...
 
T
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31. The data warehouse is a location for all of a businesses information.
 
f
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32. A datamart contains a subset of data warehouse information.
 
T
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33. A Dimension is a particular attribute of information.
 
T
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34. A cube is the common term for the representation of multidimensional information.
 
T
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35. Data Information in a data warehouse contains layers of columns and rows and this is known...
 
t
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36. Data warehousing is about extending the transformation of data into information.
 
T
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37. The primary difference between a database and a data warehouse is that a database stores...
 
T
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38. In a data warehouse and data mart, information is a series of 2-dimensional information
 
F
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39. In a data warehouse and data mart, information is multidimensional, it contains layers...
 
T
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40. Information cleansing and scrubbing is a process that weeds out and fixes or discards inconsistent,...
 
T
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41. The more complete and accurate an organization wants to get its information, the less it...
 
F
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43. The data warehouse provides the ability to support decision-making but also disrupts the...
 
F
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44. The primary purpose of data warehouse is to aggregate information throughout an organization...
 
T
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45. An organization need not necessarily maintain high quality data in the data warehouse.????
 
F
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46. Information cleansing activity includes removal of redundant records.
 
T
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63. Sensitivity analysis, what-if analysis, and association analysis are the three quantitative...
 
F
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64. Consolidation, drill-down, and slice-and-dice are the three most common capabilities offered...
 
T
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65. A model is a simplified representation or abstraction of reality
 
T
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66. What-if analysis checks the impact of a change in an assumption on the proposed solution....
 
T
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72. Online transaction processing (OLTP) is a method of computerized processing in which business...
 
F
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70. Collaboration Systems support the work of teams by facilitating the sharing and flow of...
 
T
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68. Expert systems are computerized advisory programs that imitate the reasoning processes...
 
T
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84. The business world is shifting from customer focus to product focus.
 
F
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85. The primary difference between operational CRM and analytical CRM is the direct interaction...
 
F
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83. CRM is based on the premise that those organizations that understand the needs of individual...
 
T
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86. Personalization occurs when a Web site can know enough about a person’s likes and dislikes...
 
T
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95. When a user enters or updates information in one ERP module, it is immediately and automatically...
 
T
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Core ERP component is a traditional ERP component that primarily focus on internal operations....
 
T
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102. Lines between SCM, CRM and ERP will continue to blur in future with the usage of internet,...
 
T
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122. A prototype is a smaller-scale representation or working model of the users’ requirements...
 
T
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124. The waterfall methodology aims for customer satisfaction through early and continuous...
 
F
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123. Planning,analysis, design, development, testing, implementation, and maintenance are the...
 
T
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126. Feature creep occurs when the scope increases
 
F
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127. Critical Success Factor (CSF) is a factor that is critical to an organization’s success....
 
T
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129. Business Process Reengineering attempts to understand and measure the current process...
 
F
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130. Continuous Business Process Model analyses and redesigns the workflow within and between...
 
F
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132. Project Sponsor recognizes business need for the new system and desires to see it implemented....
 
T
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133. An Agnostic CEO is convinced IT is strategically important and believes he or she is...
 
F
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134. An Atheist archetype CEO is convinced IT is of little value and publicly espouses this...
 
T
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135. Extreme programming methodology sees the project as a whole and developers conteven if...
 
F
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136. The scope of project in case of Agile methodology is less as compared to Extreme programming...
 
T
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137. During the implementation phase, all the project pieces are brought together into a special...
 
F
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138. Maintenance phase involves performing changes, corrections, additions and upgrades to...
 
T
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140. A buy Vs build analysis is performed during the development phase.
 
F
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151. Consumer behavior, visibility, competition, and speed are the four changes resulting from...
 
T
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193. SCM systems creates entry barriers thereby increasing the threat of new entrants.
 
F
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165. Hummer is following a broad cost leadership strategy.
 
F
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166. Examining the organization as a value chain determines which activities add value for...
 
T
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151. Consumer behavior, visibility, competition, and speed are the four changes resulting from...
 
T
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140. A buy Vs build analysis is performed during the development phase
 
F
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138. Maintenance phase involves performing changes, corrections, additions and upgrades to...
 
T
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139. Lack of support from business management is one of the major reasons why IT projects fall...
 
T
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135. Extreme programming methodology sees the project as a whole and developers continue working...
 
F
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136. The scope of project in case of Agile methodology is less as compared to Extreme programming...
 
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