specific to each of the major business functions, but many business processes are cross- functional. Information systems automate parts of business processes, and they can help organizations redesign and streamline these processes. 2. Systems serving operational management are transaction processing systems (TPS), such as payroll or order processing, that track the flow of the daily routine transactions necessary to conduct business. Management information systems (MIS) produce reports serving middle management by condensing information from TPS and are not highly analytical. Decision support systems (DSS) support management decisions that are unique and rapidly changing using advanced analytical models. All of these types of systems provide business intelligence that helps managers and enterprise employees make more informed decisions. These systems for business intelligence serve multiple levels of management and include executive support systems (ESS) for senior
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