Strategic management analysis - Telstra

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IS Strategy, Management &Acquisition: Assessment 3: CaseStudy
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1Overview.....................................................................................................................................1Evolution of IT/IS strategies.......................................................................................................1Challenges & possibilities faced by Telstra................................................................................2Scenario of IT/IS in Telstra.........................................................................................................3Significance of IT/IS strategies management plan for attaining competitive edge.....................4IS strategies solution to Telstra problems/needs.........................................................................5How acquisition of IS contributes within success of Telstra's....................................................5MIS for controlling as well as management of Telstra's system................................................6Implementation of IT/IS strategies..............................................................................................6Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................7References........................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONInformation system is defined as a unified set of elements that are being utilised forcollection, storage and data processing for rendering digital knowledge, information as well asproducts (Ansoff and et. al, 2018). Business organisations depends on information system forcarrying out as well as managing their operations through which interaction can be carried withsuppliers and customers. This assist firms to formulate strategies accordingly through which theycan acquire higher productivity and satisfy their customers. For understanding the concept ofinformation system strategies, Telstra Corporation Limited is taken into consideration. This isAustralian telecommunication firm that is liable for building as well as operatingtelecommunication networks, internet access, mobile, market voices and various other services &products. This report involves background of firm, IS strategies, challenges & opportunities,their IS scenario and significance of management. In addition to this, solution is provided, waysin which acquisition leads to success, MIS and execution of strategies have been illustrated.OverviewTelstra is a public organisation that deals within telecommunication industry which isheadquartered in Melbourne Australia. It was founded on 1stJuly, 1975 and delivers thereservices worldwide. Their vision is to improvise the ways in which people live and work.Telstra's mission is to build technology along with content solution that are easy to utilise, simpleas well as can be valued by their customers. They endeavour to serve & know their customers inbetter manner with respect to others. Their values involve service & respect, trust along withintegrity and teamwork as well as accountability. The services and applications depend onsecured, reliable, fast and high-quality telecommunications network.Evolution of IT/IS strategiesInformation technology or systems are being utilised by organisations for solvinganalysable tasks. Through this firms likeTelstra can have enhanced benefits as it aids them toacknowledge enhancements within technologies as well as knowledge related with what therecompetitors are doing within market (Campbell, Jardine and McGlynn, 2016). It aids themwithin formulation of effective decisions. Along with this, marketing has also improvised likeTelstra makes use of broadcast, social and other media for making their customers aware aboutwhat new features are being provided by them to their customers. As technology is evolving,1
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