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Information Systems Proposal

BIS 220
September 18, 2012

Information Systems Proposal
Table of Contents
Introduction1
Types of organizational systems for Joe’s Record Store2
Transaction Processing System3
Management Information System4
Executive Dashboard5
Decision Support System6
Office Automation System………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….7 Advantages of Information Systems……………………………………………………………………………………………………8 Disadvantages of Information Systems……………………………………………………………………………………………….9 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..10

Organizational information systems are important for businesses. Joe’s record store needs organizational systems to be successful. It is important to select the right organizational information systems. Joe’s record store should maximize the value of information that they receive. The business must capture, quantify, compile, manipulate, and share information, so it is important to develop the right information system. This proposal outlines five organizational information systems for Joe’s record company. Types of organizational systems for Joe’s Record Store:

Transaction Processing System
The transaction processing system for Joe’s record store will process the transactions of the business. The operations team will use the transaction processing system for efficiency. The goal in selecting this system is to automate repetitive information that drives speed and accuracy. The business will use the transaction system for online and batch processing. The operations team will input data using manual and automated systems. The business will use transaction processing system for payroll, sales, ordering, and inventory. The business will also use this processing system for purchasing, receiving, shipping, accounts payable, and receivables. Management Information System

The business will use the management information system to assists managers with reports. The management information system will allow managers to have online access to the current performance and its historical data (Moga, 2005). This system will help managers with planning, controlling, and the decision-making within the business. The data will come from the transaction processing system. Managers will have access to the reports of the business on weekly, monthly, and year-to-date basis. The business will use the management information system for scheduled, key indicator, exception, drill-down, and ad hoc reports. Executive Dashboard

The business will employ the executive dashboard to assist senior leadership in addressing unstructured decision-making. The executive dashboard provides leadership with graphs that show historical and competitive data from the corporate systems and external databases. The goal of this system is to present senior leadership with information that outlines the state of the business (Rainer and Cegielski, 2011). The data will include news and non-analytical data as well as facts and numbers. The purpose of implementing this system is for high-level decision-making. The senior leadership will do long range and strategic planning. The leadership team will monitor internal and external events. The leadership group will also review staffing and labor relations. Decision Support System

The next information system for the business is decision support system. This will help the business in their decision-making activities. The decision support system is an interactive software-based system that will help the decision makers to compile useful information by using raw data, documents, business model to indentify and solve problems (Decision Support Systems”, 1996). An example of how this helps the business in decision-making system is using Microsoft excel. This business uses this tool for accounting, finance, and personnel. The purpose of implementing this system is for...
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