Chapter 1 - Profile for the Organization, Database Management System

Chapter 1 - Profile for the Organization
You have to select an organization of your choice and assume that you work for that organization. Now you must prepare a brief profile of the organization evaluating information needs of the different functional areas. (LO 1.1)
Clearly state their Vision, Mission, Values, employee base, financial strength, market information, product base, and different functional areas by understanding their organization’s information needs based on the organization’s purpose through a realistic study using 400-500 words. (M 1.3)
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