The paper “ Perisher Blue Resort - Action Plan for Strategic Information System” is a fascinating example of the business plan on information technology. This analysis addresses issues related to the strategic information system of Perisher Blue Resort. It seeks to advise the resort on the best implementation strategies that will foster its information technology sector in the short term perspective and the long term perspective. The SWOT analysis provides the fundamentals consideration points of the recommendation necessary for the resort to consider, this analysis, therefore, provides recommendations on the application, data, technological infrastructure, IT management process and the most suitable IT tactical plan that seeks to establish issues that seek to establish problems arising from the strategy among other factors. The purpose of IS strategyInformation System implementation is one of the most fundamental requirements for any organization that seeks to enhance its competitive advantage in the market.
The implementation of the IS strategy has the potential of leveraging on the business process implementation and the organizational structure. The major purpose of IS is to manage information flow and enhancement of communication protocols within and outside an organization.
Perisher Blue Resort can take advantage of the information system in the course of creating a more reliable and resilient administration system within and outside the resort. Full implementation of the Information System requires that it be aligned with the business process and infrastructure of the organization. Summary of business strategyBusiness strategy in this case is leveraging Information Technology in order to bridge the market gap and consequently decrease the chances of competitors overtaking the resort in the market. In this case, the usage of IS coupled with promotional strategies will aim at creating sustainability in a competitive environment.
The SWOT analysis and environmental consideration are the basis of the creation of the business strategy that seeks to solve the problems of the 21st Century resort issues. In summary, the business strategy seeks to address business process information requirements and the best way of addressing the current problems using business system redesign (Ingman 2002).
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