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Posted 31 December 2007 - 12:51 AM

Financial Corporation Information System

System Planning Model:

System Target and Development Strategy

Key differentiators: It is legal; authorized, qualified, and licensed relative to others outside of electronic commerce.
Distribution strategy: leveraging distribution strategies used for going after large corporate accounts.
Capital Market, Finance, Investment Bank, Bank, Commercial Finance business, provide service to companies, syndicated loan, project finance, etc. return on investment (ROI), return on sales (ROS), and other metrics of financial performance for a product strategy that is driven by the needs of clients.
To be in-depth knowledge of client base. Who are customers? What are their preferences? Who are your competitors? Are there options available for us to partner with a complimentary product or service, making our product more competitive in the process? We need to really understand how to reach, motivate, and retain our customers when we embark on an electronic commerce-based business.
Develop pricing and margin strategies
Product strategies for personalization

Executive summary
Business model definition.
Marketing plan.
Includes a definition of the company's mission statement in the context of the clients served, a definition of the marketing objectives as defined in both gross margin and unit sales results, and a definition of profitability targets for three to five years. Includes a profile of the products, the extent of their personalization for segments of clients, and a definition of the market potential for the products being introduced. A risk/reward segment defined and a Gantt chart showing when specific actions will be taken for the product introduction. Pricing, advertising, and promotion strategies are also included within the section.
Technology plan and roadmap. This defines the roadmap for the products being introduced and includes a definition of the technologies that will be used for handling the transactions. Also includes transition plans for moving legacy data from previous-generation systems to the Web server for handling client transactions efficiently. Goals and objectives for system uptime and response to clients' orders and requests are also defined, along with a Gantt chart, which defines system implementation schedules and costs.
Operations plan. This section defines the implementation plan for the system and the costs of operating it for the year. It also defines the costs of service and the level of support that will be provided for clients.
Financial plan. This includes the pro-forma financial statements, including the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statements. Also included is the costing and margin data byproduct. Includes financial projections for the electronic commerce initiatives and includes a statement showing P & L projections for five years out.
An application service provider.
ASPs have the potential to transform the business and make it more productive through the use of the ASP model.
The role of e-commerce continues to expand in businesses as the metrics measuring success are becoming easier to gather and use in making informed decisions about the direction of an e-commerce system
Day-to-Day Running of an E-Commerce System
Working with ASP on the entire aspect of running an e-commerce system day to day is much like checking a stock price online.
Use the metrics provided for better managing the relationship with ASP as well, to get a specific level of service.

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