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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • PRESENTED BY
    Yadavrao Tasgaonkar School of Business Management
  • 3.
    • GROUP MEMBERS :
    • SWATI KUNNURE. 188
    • AKHIL SADHALE. 208
    • AMIT PANCHAL. 199
    • PARAG UNADKAT. 200
    • DIVAKAR PAWAR. 202
    • NILKANTH HAMBARDE. 183
    • PRITESH LODHA. 194
  • 4. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM MEANING : MIS is a system which helps management in performing its jobs, in making & implementing plans and controlling decisions. MIS refers to the study of how organizations use language and data processing to carry out daily operations, establish management control and plan for the future. It is Computer Based Information System. It is integrated system of man & machine.
  • 5. PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT: Production means transformation of Raw materials into finished products for sale. According to E. L. Brech, “ Production Management is the process of effective planning and regulating the operations of that section of an enterprise which is responsible for the actual transformation of materials into finished products”.
  • 6.
    • Objective :
    • * To provide manufacturing services to the organization.
    • This involve manufacture of product of certain specified quality and within certain cost in fixed time..
    • The system & methodology differs with respect to manufacturing technology adopted.
  • 7. INPUT TRANSACTION DOCUMENTS
    • Production program
    • Production schedule
    • Process planning sheet
    • Job card
    • Quality assurance rating form
    • Finished goods advice
    • Breakdown advice
    • Material requirement
    • Customer order
  • 8. APPLICATION
    • Production management is performed through production planning and control, bill of material processing etc…..
  • 9. ROLE OF MIS IN PRODUCTION OPERATIONAL TACTICAL STRATEGIC PRODUCTION NEW PLANT LOCATION PRODUCTION BOTTLENECK DAILY SCHEDULING
  • 10. Explanation
    • Strategic Information:
    • This type of information is required at the top or senior manager level.
    • A strategic decision by the production function of the management is a New Plant Location.
    • A strategic decision for the marketing function is a survey of
    • competition and the resulting strategy of gaining market share.
    • While a detailed analysis of in- company sales and advertising is
    • a necessary pre – requisite, much will depend on the present and
    • future strategies of the competitors who are external to the
    • environment.
  • 11. Explanation
    • Tactical information :
    • this type of information is required at the middle level or the
    • managerial level. this level is responsible for taking certain management related decisions.
    • at the tactical one could visualize a production bottleneck
    • analysis in a manufacturing environment. such analysis would call for senior management involvement by people with years of experience. results arising out of such analysis are likely to have medium range impact.
  • 12. Information…
    • Operational or Lower Level Information:
    • This information is required at the lower level of an organization.
    • Lower level means the clerical staff of the organization.
    • Daily scheduling refers to assignment of jobs.
  • 13. Production management system
  • 14. DECISION ANALYSIS
    • TYPICAL DECISION:
    • MAKE OR BUY
    • USE OF ALTERNATIVE MATERIAL
    • USE OF ALTERNATIVE PROCESS
    • RESCHEDULING AND LOADING OF JOBS
    • PLANNING AND SCHEDULING OF JOBS
    • SELECTION OF PRODUCTION FACILITIES
  • 15. CONTROL
    • IT HAS TO BE ENSURED THAT PLANT,MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT THAT HAVE HIGH INVESTMENT ARE FULLY UTILISED.
    • THERE ARE ALWAYS SOME JOBS WHICH HAVE TO BE PUSHED THROUGH THE PRODUCTION PROGRAMME BY WAY OF SCHEDULING AND LOADING THE JOB ON MACHINES.
  • 16. CONCLUSION
    • Statutory compliance:
    • There are few areas in production management which required information for reporting to authority under the category of Statutory compliance
    • Operations update
    • This report provides information on day to day events.
  • 17. … continued
    • Decision analysis:
    • The decision analysis applications provide the reports with specific key decisions in the production function.
    • These report provides information update on the post implementation scenario of decisions.
  • 18.