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MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
MIS Presentation for Seminar
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MIS Presentation for Seminar

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This presentation was created to explain the concept of MIS during a seminar on MIS from Tally by 1Key.

This presentation was created to explain the concept of MIS during a seminar on MIS from Tally by 1Key.

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  • Good morning ladies & Gentleman….I am Diana George from MONDIAL consultants, the co-ordinator of this event. We welcome you all to the seminar on MIS from Tally and thank you for your presence here today. I am sure all of you would have lot to discuss on this topic. I am also sure at the end of the day you will get solution for most of your queries. Friends, I am here to kick start the seminar and introduce our speakers. To start with let me read out the agenda….click for next slide
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    • 1. February 14, 2009
    • 2.
      • MIS Concept
      • MIS with 1Key
      • MIS data capturing in Tally vis-à-vis 1Key
        • Purchase & Sales
        • Income, Expenses & cost center
        • Inventory & others
      • Financial Consolidation
        • Challenges in Tally
        • Generating Schedule VI Balance Sheet
      • MONDIAL’s Offering
    • 3.
      • IT Consultancy
      • Software Advisory Service
        • Evaluation
        • Project management
      • IT Implementation
      • Process Consulting
      • Interface Development
      • HR Consultancy
      • Permanent & Temp Staffing
      • HR Process Implementation
      • HR Policy & Manual
      • Outsourcing
      • Payroll
      • Recruitment
      • Finance Consultancy
      • Risk Planning
      • Retirement Planning
      • Children Education Plan
      • Children Marriage Plan
      • Wealth Creation Planning
    • 4.
      • Strengths
        • Rich experience
        • Vertical expertise
        • Qualified consultants
      • Some of the clients
    • 5.
      • Definition
        • Provides periodical standard set of reports to management for decision making
        • Collects information from multiple data sources to generate management reports
        • Generates exceptional reports for decision making rather than statutory requirements
    • 6.
      • Definition
        • Data to Decision
      • Other Names
        • Executive Information Systems
        • Decision Support Systems
    • 7.
      • On Time
      • As required yet dynamic
      • Crisp yet detailed
      • Accurate
      • Consistent
      • Comprehensive
    • 8.  
    • 9. Corporate databases of internal data Databases of external data Databases of valid transactions Operational databases Transaction processing systems Management information systems Decision support systems Executive support systems Expert systems Business transactions Input and error list Drill-down reports Exception reports Demand reports Key-indicator reports Scheduled reports Employees Corporate intranet Application databases
    • 10.
      • Formats
        • Graphical
        • Comparative
        • Descriptive
    • 11.  
    • 12.
      • Daily Sales - Key Indicator Report
      Sales - Key Indicator Report Period This Month Last Month Last Year Total Orders Month to Date 1,808 1,694 1,014 Forecasted Sales for the Month 2,406 2,224 2,608
    • 13.
      • Formats
        • Graphical
        • Comparative
        • Descriptive
      • Analytical
        • Drill down
        • Slice & Dice
        • Ad-hoc queries
    • 14.  
    • 15.  
    • 16.
      • Formats
        • Graphical
        • Comparative
        • Descriptive
      • Analytical
        • Drill down
        • Slice & Dice
        • Ad-hoc queries
      • Exceptional
      • Time scale
        • Scheduled
        • Need based
    • 17. Daily Sales Exception Report – ORDERS OVER 10,000 Prepared: 08/10/xx Order # Customer ID Sales Rep ID Ship Date Quantity Item # Amount P12453 C89321 CAR 08/12/06 144 P1234 13,214 P12453 C89321 CAR 08/12/06 288 P3214 15,660 P12453 C03214 GWA 08/13/06 12 P4902 11,224 … … … … … … … … … … … … … …
    • 18. Daily Sales Detail Report Prepared: 08/10/xx Order # Customer ID Sales Rep ID Ship Date Quantity Item # Amount P12453 C89321 CAR 08/05/06 144 P1234 3,214 P12453 C89321 CAR 08/06/06 288 P3214 5,660 P12453 C03214 GWA 08/07/06 12 P4902 1,224 P12455 C52313 SAK 08/08/06 24 P4012 2,448 P12456 C34123 JMW 08/09/06 144 P3214 720
    • 19.
      • Positive impact on the bottom line
        • Increased revenue
        • Reduced cost
      • Better control
      • Timely business decisions
      • Increased productivity
      • Better strategies
      • Leverage on investment including in IT
      • High brand equity
    • 20.
      • MIS is a set of integrated collection of functional information systems, each supporting particular functional area
    • 21. An Organization’s MIS Financial MIS Marketing MIS Human Resources MIS Accounting MIS Drill down reports Exception reports Demand reports Key-indicator reports Scheduled reports Databases of external data Databases of valid transactions Transaction processing systems Business transactions Business transactions Extranet Internet Etc.
    • 22.
      • Provides financial information to all financial mangers in the organization
    • 23.
      • Strategic plans & corporate policies
        • Contains major financial objectives and often project financial needs
        • Financial budgets at various levels
      • Transaction Processing Systems (TPS)
        • Financial information from various functional applications viz. payroll, inventory, accounts receivable, accounts payable, general ledger
        • External sources
        • Annual reports and financial statements of the competitors & other news items
    • 24. Financial statements Uses and management of funds Financial statistics for control Operational databases Databases of valid transactions for each TPS Transaction processing systems Business transactions Business transactions Internet or Extranet Financial MIS Business transactions Databases of external data Databases of internal data Financial DSS Financial ES Financial applications databases Customers, Suppliers
    • 25.
      • Provides information related to raw material, finished goods, production batches, productivity, cost-sheet etc… to operational and management teams
    • 26.
      • Strategic plans and corporate policies
      • Various TPS:
        • Order processing
        • Inventory data
        • Production process
        • Production benchmarks
        • Various cost components
      • External Sources
    • 27. Quality control reports Process control reports JIT reports Operational databases Databases of valid transactions for each TPS Transaction processing systems Business transactions Business transactions Internet or Extranet Manufacturing MIS Business transactions Databases of external data Databases of internal data Manufacturing DSS Manufacturing ES Manufacturing applications databases Customers, Suppliers MRP reports Production schedule CAD output
    • 28.
      • Design & engineering
      • Master production scheduling
      • Inventory control
      • Manufacturing resource planning
      • Just-in-time inventory & manufacturing
      • Computer integrated manufacturing (CIM)
      • Quality control and testing
    • 29.
      • Supports managerial activities in product development, distribution, pricing decision and promotional activities
    • 30.
      • Strategic plan and corporate policies
      • TPS:
        • Lead management
        • Customer Relation
        • Sales order processing
      • External Sources
        • Competitors data
        • Market surveys
    • 31. Sales by customer Sales by salesperson Sales by product Operational databases Databases of valid transactions for each TPS Transaction processing systems Business transactions Marketing MIS Databases of external data Databases of internal data Marketing DSS Marketing ES Marketing applications databases Pricing report Total service calls Customer satisfaction
    • 32.
      • Marketing Research
      • Product development
      • Promotion and advertising
      • Product pricing
    • 33.
      • Need of a powerful application
      • Requirements of the application
        • Provides reports with fixed & standard format
        • Uses existing data in the application
        • User friendly – defining report
        • User based access to data
        • Enables ad-hoc querying on data
        • Enables generating exception reports for better control and decision making
        • Accessible to as many users as applicable
    • 34.  
    • 35. Single CPU Server for 5 MIS Users across 3 Group Companies
    • 36.
      • 1Key Demo…post break

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