Tips of information Systems Form a functional Perspective(Badhon)


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Tips of information Systems Form a functional Perspective(Badhon)

  1. 1. Welcome to our Presentation
  2. 2. Our group members Names Id No.Roni Kumar Ghosh 112-11-2085 Badhon Sarker 112-11-2104MD.Mashiur Rahman 112-11-2085MD.Sajjad Hossain 112-11-2091
  3. 3. Topics: Tips of InformationSystems form a FunctionalPerspective
  4. 4. Introduction:Information system combination of hardware, software, infrastructure and trained personnel organized to facilitate planning, control, coordination, and decision making in an organization. Information systems can be classified by the specific organizational function they serve, as well as by organizational level.
  5. 5. There are four types system offunctional perspective Sales and marketing Human Four Manufacturin Resource functiona g and l production s perspecti system Systems ve Finance and Accounting Systems
  6. 6. Sales and Marketing Systems Marketing is concerned with the planning, promotion, & sale of existing products in existing market. Business firms have increasingly tuned to help them to perform vital marketing functions in the face of the rapid changes of today’s environment Marketing ISInteractive Sales force Sale CRM Management marketing Automation Marketing Advertisement Research & & Product forecasting Promotion Management
  7. 7. Input Transaction Documents1. Customer order2 . Order acceptance3. Delivery note4. Invoice, credit note, debit noteAccounting1. Product sale2. Sales value3. Sales Tax4. Dealer & distribution5. Zone & customer6. Excise duty and export market, etcReports1. Statutory compliance2. Information update3. Decision analysis4. Action update5. Operation update (customer complaints, order book)
  8. 8. Manufacturing and Production SystemsThe manufacturing and productionfunction is responsible for actuallyproducing the firm’s goods and services.Manufacturing and production systemsdeal with the planning, development, andmaintenance of production facilities; theestablishment of production goals; theacquisition, storage, and availability ofproduction materials; and the schedulingof equipment, facilities, materials, andlabour required to fashion finishedproducts. Manufacturing and production
  9. 9. Examples of Manufacturing and Production Information SystemSystem Description Organizational LevelMachine control Control the actions of Operational machines and equipmentComputer-aided design Design new products Knowledge(CAD) using the computerProduction planning Decide when and how Management many products should be producedFacilities location Decide where to locate Strategic new production facilities
  10. 10. Finance and Accounting Systems Financial IS Computer based financial IS supports business m’gers & Professionals in decisions. 1. The financing of a business 2. The allocation & control of financial resources Cash MgtInvestment Financial ReportsMgt ISCapitalbudgetingFinancialplanning
  11. 11. Accounting IS A/C ISs are the oldest & mostly widely used IS in business Computer based A/C systems produce records & reports, the flow of funds through an org & produce important financial statements such as balance sheet & income statements Operational A/C systems emphasize legal & historical records keeping & the production of accurate financial Typically, these systems includes TPS such as orderprocessing, inventory control, accounts receivable, A/C payable,payroll & general ledger systems Mgt A/C systems focus on the planning & control of business operations, & analytical reports comparing forecasted to actual performance
  12. 12. Human Resources Systems Systems maintain E’yees records, track E’yee skills, jobperformance, training, E’yee compensation & carrier developmentinformation by support planning. E’yees data (from various Dept) To pay roll E’yees Master HR Systems Mgt Report file Online queries
  13. 13. Input Transaction Documents Personnel application form Appointment letter Appraisal form Wage/salary agreement Record of complaints, grievances, accidents Biodata, self & family
  14. 14.  Accounting • Attendance • Manpower • Leave • Loans & deductions • Skills • Production data Control 1. Probable absence versus workload 2. Projection of personnel cost against manpower increase, etc. Reports • Statutory report • Information update • Operation update • Decision analysis • Action update