That's really not hard to do; you just find a systems person
familiar with the computer," he points out.
I'm not enough of a detail systems person
to know whether measurement data can be efficiently fed into the Internet or through some kind of proprietary system, but there needs to be a lot of progress made in that area too, regarding the type of information available on your pipeline.
The fact that a merchandiser instead of a systems person
was chosen indicates a search for cohesion and perhaps "cross-fertilization" between the divisions in that area.
Technological breakdowns are scarier when you don't have a systems person
"The provider says to the information systems person
, 'I don't have the information I need in order to make the changes I need to make.' "The information systems person
says, 'Tell me what you need.' She, eager to be perceived as cooperative, does her best articulating what she perceives her needs to be.
"The systems are so strong that you learn to rely on them, so even if you aren't a systems person
, you become one because they make life so much easier."
Schaefer said the absence so far of calibrations for the imagesetter that outputs four-color separations is a problem, as is the lack of a systems person
for the JOA.
In addition, the right systems person
can play an important part of the executive team.
Although Kimmel notes a systems person
should be on staff or hired as an outside consultant for technical problems, the people operating the system should be the same staff who would normally do the work even if automation did not exist.
If I only had the ag systems person
background, it would be more difficult to analyze what is going on when I assess failures," he adds.
HAGEDORN: The system isn't perfect, but it works, and it takes a lot of pressure off the information systems person
trying to decide what to work on.