Unformatted text preview: and is much less structured than an MIS. One could say that a Decision Support System is built to help a company: “Do the right thing”. A DSS gives higher level management (such as executives) the ability to view reports, and appropriately alter particular information that would otherwise go unnoticed. A DSS is built to be user-friendly. Executives may not spend their entire day at a desk looking at reports, so the information that is mined in a DSS is usually simple to access and understand....
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- Spring '09