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MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
MIT   information systmes
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  • 1. MIT Information systems & its Types for Strategic Planning
  • 2. Types of IS Suggested
    • The three main information systems for strategic planning that is Decision support system, Management information systems & Executive information systems
    • These are more sophisticated and widely seen today fast paced business world by top organizations.
  • 3.
    • Since Strategic information systems are those computer systems that implement business strategies they are those systems where information services resources are applied to strategic business opportunities in such a way that the computer systems have an impact on the organization’s products and business operations.
    • Strategic information systems are always systems that are developed in response to corporate business initiative.
  • 4. Management Information System
    • A group of general, well integrated systems that monitored control the internal operations of the organizations.
    • Aims at meeting the information needs of managers particularly with the current and past operations of the enterprise, it offers summary and exception reports on the operations of the firm known as operations support systems
  • 5.
    • Benefits of MIS:
    • Provide Managers with information to make semi structured decisions
    • Helps to execute the tactical and operation al level goals efficiently
    • Features of MIS:
    • Summary and exception control
    • Operational control and helps in taking structured and semi structured decisions
  • 6. Decision Support Systems
    • It is a set of interactive software programs that provide managers with tools, models, and data to make their decisions
    • This gives direct support to the user while decision making. Provides flexibility and helps in deciding the input data, tool and depth of analysis and also the outcome of the analysis, it gives full control for the system
  • 7.
    • Components of DSS :
    • Database management system: also known as DBMS software that controls maintains and manages the internal and external data.
    • Model Management systems: system that stores and processes the models that users use to make decisions
    • Support tools: that help the user to interact and create interface with a decision support them.
  • 8.
    • Characteristics of DSS:
    • integrates data and models which helps and makes it easier for decision making
    • Helps to see how decision is interrelated while effecting the previous decisions taken.
    • Supports a variety of styles to take decisions
  • 9.
    • Characteristics of DSS
    • Integrates data and models which helps and makes it easier for decision making
    • Helps to see how decision is interrelated while effecting the previous decisions taken.
    • Supports a variety of styles to take decisions
  • 10.
    • A DSS answers questions like “what if this could” and predict more confidently rather than assuming or guessing without proper feedback. It helps in goal seeking like how they should do it in order to achieve their goals and also calculates the risk involved in with certain alternatives.
  • 11. Executive Information system
    • It is an IS hat analyses and presents information to executive decision makers in a useful, friendly and customized format
    • The systems give away high level of information with a friendly approach.
    • It consists of tools ad techniques such as color graphics, touch screen, voice activated commands, and can distribute large volumes of data quickly
  • 12.
    • Characteristics
    • Provides decision support, are interactive, intuitive and user – friendly
    • Are menu driven and have high quality resolution and graphics and uses both internal and external data.
    • EIS has the” what if “and goals seeking analysis and is equipped with the drill down approach.
  • 13.
    • The 3 main systems that are suitable for the strategic level planning, the top level management could chose the most appropriate and convenient Information system depending on the nature and requirements of the business
  • 14.
    • THANK YOU

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