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Initial work on BSP began in the early 1970s. At first, it was for IBM internal use only; later it was made available to customers. Its focus on data and especially on processes was an entirely newway to view the firm and to build systems; this process approach has since been copied by many others. BSP is very comprehensive – and thus time consuming and expensive.

Fuente: Computer InformationSystems • Georgia State University
09/06/2010 Ing. Jorge Huapaya Escobedo (Ms.) 1

Designed to define an Information Architecture for the firm. The basic building blocks of the architecture are:Data Classes
Categories of logically related data that are necessary to support the business

Business Processes
Groups of logically related decisions and activities required to manage theresources of the business

Computer Information Systems • Robinson College of Business • Georgia State University
09/06/2010 Ing. Jorge Huapaya Escobedo (Ms.) 2

Steps in the BSP process 1. Obtainauthorization for the study 2. Assemble the study team 3. Define the data classes 4. Define the business processes 5. Using these data classes and business processes, define the information architecture6. Compare this architecture with the present systems and identify missing and/or needed systems 7. Interview senior management to ensure the architecture is correct and to identify any problems 8.Establish priorities for each of the major systems contained in the architecture 9. Prepare the final study report and present it to top management 10. If approved, initiate the construction of thearchitecture

Computer Information Systems • Robinson College of Business • Georgia State University
09/06/2010 Ing. Jorge Huapaya Escobedo (Ms.) 3

BSP, in addition to its value for I/S planning,also made two other important intellectual contributions: 1. It helped introduce the process view of the firm. The popular Business Process Re-engineering of the 1990s was built on this concept. 2. It...
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