STP Business Strategic Report

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STP Report1STP BUSINESS STRATEGIC REPORT
STP Report2Executive SummaryTechnology advances have revolutionized business organizations. The digital shift has seenorganizations adopt technologies including cloud computing, virtualization and business webpresence. For companies with both local and international branches, it is important tostreamline systems for smooth operations. This report introduces STP Limited by outliningfour major chapters including company background, company network security, hardwareand software changes, business continuity and risk management. Under background scenario,challenges of the existing system have been highlighted and proposed changes have beenoutlined including project goal, scope and strategic alignment. In terms of network security,the company requires to deploy security procedures including mobile device management toreduce BYOD risks. To achieve its strategic goals, STP requires to install ERP software,server hardware, storage disks and make of mobile computing devices. To ensure businesscontinuity, it would be important to execute a business impact analysis policy. In terms ofrisk management, STP should implement contingency planning and backup policies. Finally,a conclusion and recommendations.
STP Report3Table of Contents1.0Introduction.....................................................................................................................31.1Background Scenario...................................................................................................41.2 Existing system................................................................................................................41.3 Project Goals....................................................................................................................51.3.1. Key Goal..................................................................................................................51.3.2 Specific Goals...........................................................................................................51.4 Proposed Business Changes.............................................................................................51.4.1 Benefits of the Project...............................................................................................61.6 Project Strategic Alignment.............................................................................................62.0Network Security............................................................................................................72.1Data Security Procedures............................................................................................72.2Mobile Device Security...............................................................................................82.2.1Mobile Device Management (MDM)..................................................................93.0Plan for Hardware and Software Purchases....................................................................93.1ERP Software..............................................................................................................93.2Disk Storage Devices..................................................................................................93.3Server Hardware..........................................................................................................93.4Mobile Computing Devices.......................................................................................104.0 Business Continuity...........................................................................................................105.0Risk Management..........................................................................................................105.1IT Contingency Planning...........................................................................................115.2Data Backup..............................................................................................................115.3Benefits of Risk Management...................................................................................116.0Conclusion.....................................................................................................................117.0 Recommendation................................................................................................................128.0 References..........................................................................................................................13
STP Report41.0Project IntroductionThe following section includes a background scenario of STP Limited, current existingsystem challenges, project objective, scope, strategic alignment and benefits of proposedchanges.1.1Background ScenarioSTP limited is a cabinet maker headquartered in Wollongong. The company uses computertechnology to make cupboard and drawer fronts which are produced in various styles andcome with an assortment of colors. STP has acquired new equipment in order to producenew fronts and has begun to sell a lot of cupboard and drawer fronts to people who want toupdate their kitchen without spending a lot of money. STP Limited have also started a website to showcase their products and publicize their range of products. Cupboard and drawerfronts come complete with fixings and handles so that a home handyman could install them.Recently, STP has acquired branches in Bathurst, Lithgow and Sydney and has thereforeoutgrown their current office arrangements. Currently, STP does not run a lot of customeraccounts as orders are paid on cash. They are also presently using standalone applications onstandalone machines in the branches. Also, there is the challenge of limited formal processesin place at these locations and limited processes in place in Wollongong and Sydney. STPLimited had been running into problems where customers are ringing to check on the deliveryof their order, which maybe as small as a replacement handle and the staff have to ringaround all locations to see if one of the other locations have the parts in stock. There wasalso a problem where the system they have is showing only some parts in stock, and this iscommunicated to the customer but when the customer arrives at the store to pick up the itemsthey find they are actually not in stock because they have been transferred to another location.
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