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Role of different departments at Bedrooms4U, personnel involved. Main processes carried out by Bedrooms4U,inputs, the processing and calculations, and the outputs involved.

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Department/ section Purpose of each department Key personnel in each department Key personnel's roles Finance and Administration Responsible of: Accounts - Accounts staff keep records of all financial transactions. Human resources (HR) - HR staff carry out a range of activities relating to staff requirements, welfare and training. General Administration - day-to-day tasks carried out in the office, such as dealing with correspondence and ordering office supplies. The Finance and Admin Director manages : Chief accountant HR Manager Admin Manager Responsible for 'Accounts': Chief accountant Responsible for 'Human resources': HR Manager Responsible for 'General Admin': Admin Manager Sale and Marketing Responsibility of: Marketing- marketing staff have to advertise the company, produce glossy brochures and hire photographer. Order and processing- to produce confirmation purchase orders for goods and services including those for contractors. The Sale and Marketing Director manages: Marketing Manager Order processing Clerk Branch Manager Responsible for 'Marketing': Marketing Manager Responsible for 'Order processing': Order processing Clerk Responsible for 'Managing': Branch Manager Operating Responsibility of: (day to day orders) Production- Distribution- Warehouse- ICT-staff of ICT allow a LAN The Operation Director manages: Production manager Distribution Manager Warehouse Manager ICT Technicians [1] Functions of the sections and the roles of the personnel Managing Director - Responsible for three other assistant directors or department or job functions within the company and they are finance and administration , marketing and sales and the operation director Branch Manager - Each showroom is run by branch manager, this manager manages a team of sales people, team of installation engineers and small number of administration assistants. ...read more.

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[hardware] * Router provides broadband internet connection to all workstations [hardware] * Each member of head office has a workstation on their desk . [hardware] * There is at least one networked laser printer in each department. [hardware and output device] * All the standard office and SOP software is stored on the server. [Software] ICT systems in the showrooms: * Each salesperson has a high specification laptop[hardware] * These have a despoke design package installed on them [Software] * Each showroom has its own LAN local are connection [hardware] * And a docking station [hardware] * standard keyboard and mouse [hardware], [Input Device] * 19" Flat Screen [hardware output device] * Each of the administration assistant have a desktop computer [hardware] * Access to standard office software such as micro soft word [Software] * networked colour laser printer [hardware output device] * All workstations have broadband internet access [hardware] ICT systems in the warehouse: * stand-alone computer [hardware] * barcode reader [hardware], [Input Device] * Laser Printer [hardware output device] * The only software on this computer is the database of stock currently held in the warehouse [Software] Advantages -Specialised SOP s/w produced info they want. - Data has accesses rights on a server (not every one can see certain data). Disadvantages -Poor communication within the three job functions. -if server is down all computers are all down. [5] Impact of the increased use of ICT on the working practices of Bedrooms4U and on the methods of production used in the factory ICT and working practice How bedrooms4u will be affected Location Why is it easier to work from home? ...read more.

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employees have sufficient breaks pay for regular eye sight tests for anyone who needs prescription glasses in order to use the computer. * Equipment and peripherals must be ergonomically designed Electronic Communications Act (2000) * The Electronic Communications Act has two main parts: The first regulates the provision of cryptographic services in the UK. The second confirms the legal status of electronic signatures. * Cryptography and electronic signatures are important for electronic transactions. * The Act also gives the Government power to update existing legislation to say that transactions or contracts no longer have to be done in writing. Instead they could in an electronic format. * Businesses and individuals engaging in e-commerce can feel secure that their transactions are safe and secure. * Businesses and individuals can feel secure that documents or contracts signed with an electronic signature are as legally binding as those signed by hand. * Even though this Act means that digital signatures have been legally binding for many years, most people have never heard of them or are still suspicious about their use. It is likely to take many years before their use becomes acceptable and commonplace. * Areas such as conveyancing (buying a house) and writing a will are viewed by the public to be so important that it is unlikely that digital signatures will be introduced for quite a long time. * Many people still distrust the security of digital signatures. The very first official digital signature used after passing the Act was 'hijacked' within 24 hours of its creation. ?? ?? ?? ?? Shaynal Patel Task 1 ...read more.

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