Module 16 - Module #16: Enhancing Business Intelligence...

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Module #16: Enhancing Business Intelligence using IS Readings Chapter 7 (pgs. 265-279) Learning Objectives Describe the characteristics that differentiate the operational, managerial, and executive decision-making levels of an organization. Explain the characteristics of the three information systems designed to support each unique level of an organization: transaction processing system, management information systems, and executive information systems. Review/Exam Preparation Compare and contrast the characteristics of the operational, managerial, and executive levels of an organization. Operational Level- A foreman or supervisor who automate routine and repetitive activities to improve organizational efficiency in Transaction Processing Systems (TPS). Managerial Level-Midlevel managers and functional managers who automate the monitoring and controlling of operational activities to improve organizational effectiveness in Management Information Systems (MIS). Executive Level- Executive-level managers who aggregate summaries of past
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