Transaction processing systems (tps) in Management information systems (MIS)

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Transaction processing systems (tps) in Management information systems (MIS)

  1. 1. MATHI MBA
  2. 2. MATHIVANAN . K MATHI MBA MATHIVANAN K. MBA 2014 SOURASHTRA COLLEGE, MADURAI
  3. 3.  An information system designed to process routine business transactions  seeks time- and cost-efficiency by automating repetitive operations in large volumes  centers around accounting and finance transactions  e.g; airline reservation systems, order entry/processing systems, bank’s account processing systems MATHI MBA
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  5. 5. Data Input Data Processing Output Generation Data Storage A Transaction Processin MATHI MBA
  6. 6.  Large amounts of data are processed.  The sources of data are mostly internal, and the output is intended mainly for an internal audience.  The TPS processes information on a regular basis: daily, weekly, monthly, etc.  Large storage (database) capacity is required.  High processing speed is needed due to the high volume. MATHI MBA
  7. 7.  TPS basically monitors and collects past data.  Input and output data are structured (i.e., standardized).  A high level of accuracy, data integrity, and security is needed.  High reliability is required. MATHI MBA
  8. 8. Batch Processing On-line Processing MATHI MBA
  9. 9.  Originally, the only available option  Transactions accumulated over period of time  Time period – day, week, month  Transaction records accumulated in files  When batches are processed, what happens?  Update databases  Generate reports  Generate transactions for other systems MATHI MBA
  10. 10. Transaction Data Data Processing Trans. File New Master FileOld Master File Documents/ Reports Batch Processing MATHI MBA
  11. 11.  Transactions are processed in real time  Required for any “modern” application where time is critical  Well supported by client/server computing model MATHI MBA
  12. 12. On-line Processing On-line Data Processing Documents/ Reports Transaction Data Inquiries/ Reponses Transaction Data Transaction Data MATHI MBA
  13. 13.  Order Processing  Purchasing  Accounts Receivables & Accounts Payables  Receiving & Shipping  Inventory on Hand  Payroll  General Ledgers MATHI MBA
  14. 14.  Payroll: employee time cards, employee pay and deductions, payroll checks.  Purchasing: purchase orders, deliveries, payments (accounts payable)  Sales: sales records, invoices and billing, accounts receivable, sales returns, shipping  Manufacturing: production reports, quality-control reports  Finance and Accounting: financial statements, tax records, expense accounts  Inventory management: materials MATHI MBA
  15. 15. Keep inventory of personnel payroll preparation compute salaries and incentive plans MATHI MBA
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