The paper "How Digital Process Solved the Requirement of Making Beijing Olympics a Success" is a perfect example of a business assignment. The case study involves answering questions on how the digital process solved the requirement of making the Beijing Olympics a success, by eliminating all problems. The organizers of the Beijing Olympics had to meet certain requirements for the event to be a success as a digital event. The first requirement the organizers were to meet is recording the performance of all participants and determining the winners in each event.
The winners had to be determined instantly basing on milliseconds and this information spread around the world. This requirement was met by the installation of photo-finish cameras and computers, which enabled identifying actual winners even if the difference was milliseconds (Turban, King and Lang, pp. 88). There were a lot of people coming to the event of which around 300,000 people coming from different parts of the world, 200 workers and athletes, also there were about 120 million domestic travelers to attend the event. These people included athletes, journalists, coaches and event officials.
These people used different languages and different food habits depending on their countries of origin. Providing food, transport and accommodation was a hard task for the event organizers. Therefore, the organizers used Radio Frequency Identification tags (RFID). This was to ensure safety to all visitors and ensuring that quality food was provided. They also ensured the monitoring of all transportation systems to ensure safety (Turban, King and Lang, pp. 88). Another requirement was to check all the tickets to ensure they were real. This is because they were sent to many countries prior to the event.
The organizers used RFID tags, which were specially designed to ensure the tickets, were not fake. The organizers also introduced an online purchase of tickets where 12 million tickets were sold. They were sold by Beijing Gehua Ticketmaster, which ensured limited or no fake tickets (Turban, King and Lang, pp. 89).
Works CitedTurban, Efraim, King, David and Lang Judy. Introduction to Electronic. 3rd Ed. New York: Pearson. 2011. Print.