INFORMATION SYSTEM (I-S)
GROUP MEMBERS :
 UMER AMIN 24483
 CH. HUNAIN 25154
 BILAL BASHARAT 25227
 SHARBAT KHAN 2
INFORMATION SYSTEM:
An Information System is a set of
Hardware, Software , Data, People and
procedures that stores, retri...
HARDWARE SOFTWARE PEOPLE
DATA PROCEDURES
COMPONENTS OF INFORMATION SYSTEM
INFORMATION SYSTEM
• Card catalogs in a library are designed
to store data about the books in an
organized manner that all...
TYPES OF INFORMATION
SYSTEM
 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS):
Management Information Systems are used to provide regu...
EXECUTIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM (EIS):
Executive Information System helps top-level
management to plan strategies. An Execut...
Management Levels
High level (strategic)
Long-range view
Planning
Middle level (tactical)
Carry out the plan
 Assemb...
Management Levels
Job titles
Chief information officer (CIO)
Director of information services
Information resource man...
Management Levels
Interaction Among Employees
Traditional hierarchy:
High level manager issues directives to a group of
m...
Management Levels
Interaction Among Employees
Modern Hierarchy:
 Dispersion of information via network
 E-mail
 Groupwa...
Management Levels
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  1. 1. INFORMATION SYSTEM (I-S) GROUP MEMBERS :  UMER AMIN 24483  CH. HUNAIN 25154  BILAL BASHARAT 25227  SHARBAT KHAN 2
  2. 2. INFORMATION SYSTEM: An Information System is a set of Hardware, Software , Data, People and procedures that stores, retrieves, transforms, and disseminates information in an organization. They are developed for different purpose, depending on the needs of business.
  3. 3. HARDWARE SOFTWARE PEOPLE DATA PROCEDURES COMPONENTS OF INFORMATION SYSTEM
  4. 4. INFORMATION SYSTEM • Card catalogs in a library are designed to store data about the books in an organized manner that allows readers to locate a particular book by its title, author name, subject, or a variety of other approaches. DAILY ROUTIN EXAMPLE:
  5. 5. TYPES OF INFORMATION SYSTEM  MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS): Management Information Systems are used to provide regular information about the daily activities of a business to the manager . Management Information Systems are to help managers make the business processes and activities more efficient compared to doing them manually.  TRANSACTION PROCESSING SYSTEMS (TPS): Transaction Processing Systems are used to record business transaction. Transaction Processing Systems keep track of daily transactions in a database.  DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS (DSS): Decision Support Systems provide managers with information to make the best decisions . Decision Support Systems help to analyze information, recognize problems and making decisions. Most Decision Supports Systems reports are in the form of charts and diagrams.
  6. 6. EXECUTIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM (EIS): Executive Information System helps top-level management to plan strategies. An Executive Information System is used to forecast future trends. EXPERT SYSTEM (ES): Expert system is used to store knowledge and make logical suggestions for the user. Expert System users can be professionals like doctors and scientist. Example : An Expert System can suggest conditions and estimate the probability of having illness. EXTENSION : OFFICE INFORMATION SYSTEM (OIS): Office Information System is also known as office automation. Office Information System is an information system that uses hardware, software and networks to enhance work flow among employees
  7. 7. Management Levels High level (strategic) Long-range view Planning Middle level (tactical) Carry out the plan  Assemble the material  Hire the resources Organize and staff Low level (operational) Supervisor Directing and controlling
  8. 8. Management Levels Job titles Chief information officer (CIO) Director of information services Information resource manager MIS manager Comfortable with Computer technology Organization’s business
  9. 9. Management Levels Interaction Among Employees Traditional hierarchy: High level manager issues directives to a group of middle level managers Each middle level manager issues directives to a group of low level managers Each low level manager supervises other employees to see that the work is completed
  10. 10. Management Levels Interaction Among Employees Modern Hierarchy:  Dispersion of information via network  E-mail  Groupware Authority and work of managers has been altered Promotes sharing of information Decisions that were once management are now open for comment and change Supports team-based and information-driven organization
  11. 11. Management Levels
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