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Define a business process and an example
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Write a one-page (250-word) paper that includes the following:

Define a business process and give an example.

Compare book's methodology to the methodology you found in your research. (Can use to different methodologies to compare not in text book).

Include a sentence or two on what you think about these methodologies.

Be sure to reference the researched methodology.

Provide a brief explanation of the relationship between business processes and information systems.




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