Part 03 Management Information Systems. Third Year Information Technology. Management information system. Tushar B Kute , Department of Information Technology, Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Centre, Nashik http://www.tusharkute.com.
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The initial concept of MIS was to process data from the organization and present it in the form of reports at regular intervals.
The MIS can be evolved for a specific objective if it is evolved after systematic planning and design. It calls for analysis of a business, management views and policies, organization culture and the management style.
MIS relies heavily on System Theory. That is, it involves solution to handle the complex situation of the input and output flows.Management information system
Management Information System
Business Goal and Mission
Application of pure and social science
Applications of principles and Practices of
Use of database and knowledge base
IT and Enterprise Software
Management Information System
Business Information System
Mission Critical Applications
Functional Information Applications
Database and knowledge base
Data processing and Data analysis
OLTP, Data and validation Systems
A system which provides information support for decision making in the organization.
An integrated system of man and machine for providing the information to support the operations, the management and decision making functions in the organization.
A system based on the database of the organization evolved for purpose of providing information to the people in the organization.
A computer-based information system.MIS: Definition
In order to get better grip on activity of information processing, it is necessary to have a formal system which should take care of the following:
It can be compared with the heart in the body. That is, information is the blood and MIS is the heart.
The system ensures that an appropriate data is collected from the various sources, processed and sent further to the needy destinations.
The system is expected to fulfill the information needs of individual, group of individuals, the management functionaries: the managers and top management.
The MIS satisfies the diverse needs through Query Systems, Analysis Systems, Modeling Systems, Decision Support Systems.Role of mis
Efficiency in marketing, finance, production, and personnel becomes more efficient.
The tracking and monitoring of functional targets becomes easy.
Understanding of the business itself. (e.g. clarity in communication).
Systemization of the business operations for an effective system design. This process brings high degree of professionalism in the business operations.
Pulls the whole organization in one direction towards the corporate goals and objectives.
Motivates an enlightened manager to use variety of tools of the management.
Creates an information-based work culture in the organization.Impact of mis
Every person in the organization is a user of the MIS. The MIS caters the needs of the organization.
The MIS offers the methods and facilities to integrate the data and report in the same proper format. An executive plays the role of decision maker.
The managers has position of responsibility and accountability for the business results.
At the level of an officer and an executive, the MIS does the job of data manipulation and integration.Mis and the user
Actual vs STD
The control of overall performance is made possible by the way of budget summaries and reports.
The information improves knowledge, enriches experience and improves analytical abilities leading to better business judgement.
A good MIS must furnish information to the managers to expand their knowledge base.Mis: tool for implementation of management process
WamanJawadekar, "Management Information Systems” , 4th Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited.reference