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sweater
セーター
seta
monitor
モニター
monita
knife
ナイフ
naifu
fork
フオーク
fuoku
racket
ラケツト
raketsuto
club
クラブ
kurabu
baseball bat
バツト
batsuto
keyboard
キーボード
kibodo
catalog
カタログ
katarogu
table
テーブル
teburu
ball
ボール
boru
volleyball
バレーボール
bareboru
tennis
テニス
tenisu
golf
ゴルフ
gorufu
skiing
スキー
suki
To achieve competitive advantage, a company might use IT to
create product differentiation and secure a premium price
The four dimensions of competitive scope listed by Porter and Millar
segment, vertical, geographic, and industry
Broad scope competitors are not well equipped to serve a target segment that
has unusual needs
For most of industrial history, ________ affected the physical component of what businesses did
technological progress
What is an industry that has high information content in their product and high information intensity in their value chain?
insurance
6. When companies in an industry have invested heavily in IT in order to remain competitive, ________
barriers to entry are strengthened
7. An increasingly powerful way to distinguish physical goods from ones competition is to ________
embed information technology in the product itself
8. Which of the following is NOT a step that senior executives can take to capitalize on IT-based opportunities?
Demand that IT executives implement all the same technology that competitors implement
9. In order to create competitive advantage by managing linkages, which of the following may be required?
trade-offs
10. The value chain for an individual company in a particular industry is embedded in a larger system of activities called a ________ .
value system
11. In order to plan the procurement of the sub-assemblies, components, and raw materials, a ________ needs to be fed into the MRP process.
MPS
12. In the pre-computer era, materials requirements planning was mostly performed using ________ .
reorder point systems (RPS)
13. One disadvantage of early MRP systems is that they did not perform ________ .
capacity requirements planning
14. The primary difference between MRP and MRPII systems was the latter's integration with ________ .
financial accounting
15. Call center or help desk automation is a typical function of ________ systems.
CRM