Pci Sdn Bhd

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PART IV: Action & Implementation Plan
Specify the action plan related to the decision made.

Who | Encik Ghani | What | Ask CFO and CPO cooperated together to implement new purchasing system | How | * Conduct a meeting to make clear the direction of the new system implementation. * Assign the job to both CFO and CPO; make clear of their roles and responsibilities. * Regularly review the progress and ensure the implementation processes are in control. * Avoid and solve the conflict between both parties. * Ensure the goals and objectives are achieved. * Anticipate and evaluated the cost and benefit * Provide morale support * Review the report. |

Who | Cik Siti Aminah | What | Implement the new computerized purchasing system. | How | * Initial investigation * Systems survey * Feasibility study * Information needs and systems requirements * Systems analysis report * Gain the understanding of the existing system * Identify the strength and weaknesses of the existing system and system to be developed. * Co-operate with the Encik Azman, sharing of information. * Ensure the system is ease to use, reduce cost, and can enhance the control. * Collect data that identify user needs and make recommendations to management. * Issue a formal report that summary all the related information to the Encik Ghani |

Missing information: 1. Roles and responsibilities of the CPO. It does not mention whether CPO has experience in implement the system. 2. Did not mention the minimum inventory level of the company

Assumptions: 1. I assume CPO have experience on the system design 2. I assume the company have weak internal control, so that CPO does not know how much the inventory should be maintained.

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