Information and seeing what you are trying to achieve

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Unformatted text preview: solve the problem, and how to use the results of the analysis Look at information and seeing what you are trying to achieve and give recommendations. OIM 210 - Introduction to Business Information Systems Components of a DSS • Model management component – consists of both the DSS models and the model management system • Data management component – stores and maintains the information that you want your DSS to use • User interface component – allows you to communicate with the DSS OIM 210 - Introduction to Business Information Systems User Interface Dror Shmerling © 2012 Model Data 4 OIM 210 - Introduction to Business Information Systems Geographic Information System • Geographic information system (GIS) – DSS designed specifically to analyze spatial information • Spatial information is any information in map form • Businesses use GIS software to analyze information, generate business intelligence, and make decisions OIM 210 - Introduction to Business Information Systems Example School districts and bus scheduling • How many Schools? • Load balancing...
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This document was uploaded on 03/04/2014 for the course OIM 210 at UMass (Amherst).

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