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Unit 4 P1 Explain different types of business information, their sources and purpose

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P1: explain different types of business information, their sources and purpose Types of information Verbal Verbal information is literally face to face which is seen as the best way to communicate. This way there is less scope for misunderstanding and it allows for verbal and non-verbal messages. Written Written information is the use of physical symbols to represent words. Words are sounds that make up speech. Other forms of physical representation, such as diagrams, graphs and charts are also types of visual representation. Onscreen On screen information may be produced on-screen. This can be seen in multimedia TV and CD-ROMs that combine text, graphics, animation, audio and video. Multimedia Multimedia information can be text, graphics, audio, animation, video, data and many more. It is media and content that uses a combination of different content forms. Web-based Web-based information is an information system that uses internet web technologies to deliver information Types of information used by Tesco plc Verbal-Tesco information Written- Onscreen- Tesco plc uses onscreen Communication with employees and customers for example on Tesco plc.?s website, they have a blog ...read more.

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The purpose of business information The business information need of this to provide more information of what the organisation is about and what they are going to do in the future. This is can be set out in many ways for example written information, Verbal information, Multimedia information and Web-based information. These groups of providing information can be used to explain their organisation is about such as Tesco plc. The purpose of business information is can be informing future development to their organisation for example Tesco plc uses the media to communicate to other people about development such as introducing the new ?Tesco bank box insurance? that tracks driving behaviour to encourage responsible driving and help a better chance to get a cheaper insurance for people. The purpose of verbal information at my chosen organisation Information shared verbally is shared in Tesco plc by creating meeting with their colleagues this is because they talk about updates about things and what needs to be done in the organisation. ...read more.

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The purpose of onscreen information at tesco plc The purpose of onscreen information is that it provides information onscreen such as the television, computer, DVD, etc. for consumers to be notified about any sales in Tesco which is advertised which is advertised on the television to announce special deals. For example the picture of the advert that is offering 3 for £10 for salmon. This is the reason why Tesco plc will use onscreen to give information about things that Tesco plc is providing in their organisation for consumers to purchase, this means it is an easier to communicate with consumers to know more information what Tesco plc is providing. The source of onscreen information in Tesco plc The onscreen information is used is an annual report of Tesco plc, this internal onscreen information can be looked at on the computer. This information providing all their progress in the year for example the reports give information about their strategic review, performance review, financial statement and governance. This The purpose of multi- media information at Tesco plc The multi-media ...read more.

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