02 x02 Management Information System

02 x02 Management Information System - MODULE 2 MANAGEMENT...

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Management Information Systems MODULE 2 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS 1. The primary functions of a computerized information system include A. input, processing, and output B. input, processing, output, and storage C. collecting, sorting, summarizing, and reporting D. input, processing, output, storage, and control Bobadilla 2. Accounting systems are designed to A. analyze and interpret information B. allow managers to manage by exception C. provide information required to support decisions D. record and report business transactions Bobadilla 3. The accounting and other reports coming to management are called feedback and would be used A. only in carrying out the control function to ensure that each part of the organization is following the plans laid out in the planning stage. B. in planning, organizing and directing, controlling, and decision making since the information feedback provided is vital to all these functions. C. relatively infrequently since feedback primarily is historical in nature and therefore is irrelevant to most managerial functions. D. primarily to develop reports to stockholders, creditors, and governmental taxing and regulatory agencies. Bobadilla 4. Important types of control systems and procedures for accounting information systems are feedback, feed forward, and preventive control systems. Which of the following accomplish them, respectively? A. Cost accounting variances, separation of duties, and cash planning. B. Cost accounting variances, cash budgeting, and organizational independence. C. Cash budgeting, cost accounting variances, and separation of duties. D. Inventory control, capital budgeting, and hiring qualified employees. Bobadilla 5. Which is not a primary function of an AIS transaction processing system? A. converting economic events into financial transactions B. distributing financial information to operations personnel to support their daily operations C. monitoring external economic events D. recording financial transactions in the accounting records Bobadilla 6. A data base is A. essential for storage of large data sets C. a collection of related files Bobadilla B. a real-time system D. a network of computer terminals 7. Advantages of a database system include all of the following except Bobadilla A. elimination of data redundancy C. single update for changes in data B. open access to all data by all users D. confidence that all data is current 8. Devices that are used only to perform sequential file processing will not permit A. data to be edited on a separate computer run B. the use of a data base structure C. data to be edited in an off-line mode D. data to be edited on a real-time basis Bobadilla 9. Sequential access means that A. data are stored on magnetic tape B. the address of the location of data is found through the use of either an algorithm or an index C. each record can be accessed in the same amount of time D. to read record 500, records 1 through 499 must be read first Bobadilla 10. If a data base has integrity, the A. software was implemented after extensive acceptance testing.
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02 x02 Management Information System - MODULE 2 MANAGEMENT...

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