Transaction processing systems (tps) in Management information systems (MIS)
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An information system designed to process
routine business transactions
seeks time- and cost-efficiency by
automating repetitive operations in large
centers around accounting and finance
e.g; airline reservation systems, order
entry/processing systems, bank’s account
Data Input Data Processing Output Generation
A Transaction Processin
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
daily, weekly, monthly, etc.
Large storage (database) capacity is
High processing speed is needed due to
the high volume. MATHI MBA
TPS basically monitors and collects
Input and output data are
structured (i.e., standardized).
A high level of accuracy, data
integrity, and security is needed.
High reliability is required.
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?
Generate transactions for other systems
Transactions are processed in real time
Required for any “modern” application
where time is critical
Well supported by client/server
Accounts Receivables & Accounts
Receiving & Shipping
Inventory on Hand
General Ledgers MATHI MBA
Payroll: employee time cards, employee
pay and deductions, payroll checks.
orders, deliveries, payments (accounts
Sales: sales records, invoices and
billing, accounts receivable, sales
reports, quality-control reports
Finance and Accounting: financial
statements, tax records, expense
Inventory management: materials MATHI MBA
Keep inventory of personnel
compute salaries and incentive