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P2: Presentation of complex internal business information using three different methods appropriate to the users needs

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P2: Presentation of complex internal business information using three different method?s appropriate to the user?s needs Tesco: On-screen presentation: Information may be produced on-screen. On screen information means any sort of information that is presented on the screen. It can be written so the user can read it. It can be in the form of a video clip with sound and images as well. TV: Tesco has information on TV about their new products. They use TV as a source of advertisement for Tesco. The information is presented in an attractive and catchy form which attracts the people and makes them look at it. The details are in written form on the side of the screen and they have characters that are playing for the advertisement. The colours are catchy for the children and even for the adults which motivates them to look at them. This can even be taken as a source of entertainment and along with that it provides information. Computers: Tesco shares its information on the internet. Any new product that is introduced is introduced on internet. The data can be in sort of text, graphics, animation, audio and video. ...read more.

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They can even sell products and compare their products with other products and tell their customers how much better their sales are. Washwood heath Technology College: On-screen presentation: Information may be produced on-screen. On screen information means any sort of information that is presented on the screen. It can be written so the user can read it. It can be in the form of a video clip with sound and images as well. TV: Washwood heath Technology College has information on TV about their new courses. They use TV as a source of advertisement for their school. The information is presented in an attractive and catchy form which attracts the people and makes them look at it. The details are in written form on the side of the screen and they have the students from the school who talk about their school and the activities in the school. The colours are catchy for the children and even for the adults which motivates them to look at them. This can be taken as a source of information, the school is telling the local community about the activities being held at this school by them and all the latest events. ...read more.

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If they have any problem or any upcoming event or any important information they can inform their staff through e-mail. They can keep in touch with their staff and students through e-mail and ask them for feedback and if they have any problem with their school or if the students are not satisfied the course they are studying. Washwood heath Technology College uses e-mail to contact the main admin during the day for anything like if a student is missing the teacher informs the head that a student is missing. The staff is informed by any meeting held in the school through e-mail. In case of any holiday the staff is informed through an e-mail. Facebook or twitter: Washwood heath Technology College can make its own page on facebook and twitter so people can join it. They can even advertise on facebook. They can have all basic details required by the people about their school on facebook or twitter. They can ask their students for feedback and if their students want to contact them all the other sources of contact can be provided. The school can talk about their new facilities available to the students and others. They can even have images of their school students on face book if anyone wants to check them out and the images of all the latest events can be shared on facebook. ...read more.

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