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Unformatted text preview: 1. Introduction to MIS: Concept of MIS, role of MIS, objectives of MIS, emergence of MIS, MIS and computers Impact of MIS, systems approach to MIS Advantages, and disadvantages of computer based MIS- 2. Information : Classification of information, levels of information, Ievels of information, Methods of data and Information collection value of Information, 3. System Analysis and Desigan Introduction, System Analysis for existing system, system analysis for new requirements,MIS and system or systems analysis, cost benefit analysis. 4. Development of MIS : Determining the Information requirements Development of MIS Implementation of MIS, Factors responsible for development of MIS, Evaluation of MIS. 5. Information system for decision making Decision- making and MIS, decision making concepts organisational decision-making, MIS and decision making concepts. MIS as technique for programme decisions,Decision support system.MIS and role of DSS. 6. Data base Management systems: Data base Management systems: Data base concepts, data base models data base design, RDEMS MIS and RDEMS, Introduction of oracle, Data Access. 7. Network : Introduction, topology, LAN and WAN, Data communication. 8. MIS in operations MIS for Finance, MIS for Marketingm MIS for production, MIS for Human resource Management, MIS for marketing. 9. & 10. Laboratory :-Network Usage-MIS and client server-Data Processing/Transaction processing MIS or Management Information System is a computer based system used by most organizations worldwide for transforming data into useful information for better decision making. It helps management make better plans and carefully organize business operations. Management information system is used for generating reports including inventory status reports, financial statements, performance reports etc. These reports are essential for analyzing different aspects of business. These reports also help to answer 'what-if' questions like what would be the effect on cash flows of a company if the credit term is changed for its customers etc. MIS reports also support decision making and it helps to integrate the decision maker and the quantitative model being used. These automated systems allow managers to make decisions for smooth & successful operation of businesses. The systems includes computer resources, people, and procedures used in the modern business enterprise. Definition: Management Information Systems (MIS) is the term given to the discipline focused on the integration of computer systems with the aims and objectives on an organisation. The development and management of information technology tools assists executives and the general workforce in performing any tasks related to the processing of information. MIS and business systems are especially useful in the collation of business data and the production of reports to be used as tools...
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- Spring '10
- Decision Making, MIS