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Isfm 300 Case Study, Stage 1 Business Environment Analysis

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ISFM 300 Case Study, Stage 1 Business Environment Analysis  
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Before you begin this assignment, be sure you have read the “UMUC Haircuts Case Study” and be sure to take a look at the “Walmart Example.”

Overview of Business Environment Analysis for UMUC Haircuts
UMUC Haircuts has been in business since 1995 and has seen an increase in competition from a variety of competitors, as described in the Case Study.   With the news that a Hair Cuttery is likely to open only five miles away, Myra, the owner of UMUC Haircuts, is concerned and has begun analyzing her situation and what could be done to remain competitive in this changing environment.   She has recognized that scheduling her employees and her customers is causing her problems, and she thinks she should focus on that first, as it is fundamental to her business.   Myra also believes that there must be a technology solution that could help her run her salon, but she has no idea where to start.
You are a Systems Analyst, and Myra has asked you to help her with determining how she can improve her business.   Myra has requested, specifically, that youverify and provide added support to her own analysis that has resulted in the identification of a Strategy for Competitive Advantage and a Business Process for Improvement.   This will be the basis for defining business and systems requirements for an IT solution.This Strategy and IT Solution will help to bring UMUC Haircuts into the 21st century and taking advantage of current technology. You will analyze her business environment using Porter’s Five Forces Analysis.   Then, you will use the results of that analysis to explain how it supports Myra’sStrategy for Competitive Advantage, and the business process that she selected for improvement through the use of technology.
It is important to note that a business owner has many areas where improvements can be...


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