Category: MIS

Fundamentals of Data Processing

Data: Raw facts and figures are known as data. For example images, video, text file in mobile phones.Information: Processed data is known as information. Data Processing: it is basically concern with converting raw data in to well order information. Need for data processing: it reduce the paper work for increasing volume of data. Examples of data processing: 1. Typing number […]

Implementation of MIS

Planning the implementation activities. Acquiring and laying out facilities and offices Organizing the personnel for implementation Developing procedures for installation and testing Developing the training program for operating personnel Completing the system’s software Acquiring required hardware Generating files Designing forms Testing of the entire system Completing cutover to the new system Documenting the system Evaluating […]

Planning of MIS

1. Work Breakdown structureThe project breakdown structure is a natural decomposition of the project end result. It is created in a level-by-level breakdownfrom: System to subsystem Subsystem to task Task to subtask Subtask to work package 2. Sequence Planning  Which task to be first completed 3. Master Program Schedule Calendar dates Gantt chart, etc 4. […]

System Approach in Planning Organizing and Controlling MIS

System Approach in Planning: Planning means deciding in advance, What has to be done? Who has to do it? When is to be done?  How it is to be done? The planning process consist of two steps: Developing the strategic Formulating the steps, timing and cost, required to achieve the strategy. System Approach in Organizing: Organizing is […]

MIS Information Needs

There are different levels of the organization and the information needs is different for thedifferent level. Organizational level Application level User level 1. Organizational level: information requirements define an overall structure for the information system and specific applications and database.2. Application level: requirements include social or behavioral- covering work organization objectives, individual roles and responsibility assumptions, and […]

Development of MIS within the organization

Phases of MIS development: Planning Requirement gathering and analysis Design Development Testing Maintenance Feedback 1. Planning: It is necessary to understand and define the requirements of MIS. There should be effective communication between the developers and system users. Cost should be decided. Time required for MIS development planning. Planning of development methods. 2. Requirement gathering and […]

Process of MIS

There are 5 main stages in process of MIS: Data Capture Data Storage and Retrieval Analysis  Information Presentation  Transmission  1. Data Capture: Data capture involves coding of the input data in a form suitable for processing by the system. The most common form of manual data capture is a person observing something and describing one’s observations […]

MIS System View of Business

The systems approach provides an overall view of an organization’s activities whereby an organization is separated into identifiable subsystems or departments. All such departments are interdependent and perform specific tasks of work which contribute to the organization’s goals.The simplest model of a business system consist of basic elements, they are Input,  Processes,  Output and  Feedback. […]

The Meaning and Use of MIS

A combination of human and computer based resources that result in collection, storage, retrieval, communication and use of data for the purpose of efficient management of operations and for business planning. The major components of MIS are: People,  Business processes,  Data,  Hardware, and  Software. Some examples of MIS are: Microsoft Dynamics,  Fleetmatics WORK,  Clarity Professional […]

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