Mis Acronyms

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ERP: Business management software that allows an organization to use a system of integrated applications to manage the business,CIO: Provides leadership in both business and technology, can be supported by Technol, knowledge, telecom,network, resource, security.MIS: Providing managers with reports and often online access to the organization’s current performance, oriented to internal events, serve the function of Planning, Controlling and Decision-making.TPS: Computerized system that performs and records the daily routine transactions necessary to conduct business, are often so central to a business.DSS: Help managers make decisions that are unique rapidly changing and not easily specified, analytical, comparative sales figures, projected revenue figures.ESS: EIS or (ESS) serves the strategic level of organization, designed to incorporate data about external events(New tax law, Competitors), can present graphs and data from many sources.ROI:The earning power of assets measured as the ratio of the net income to the average capital employed in a company or project.KMS:A method for the improvement of business process performance often used in business in applications such as information systems, include human resources, business strategy and information technology.DBA:Individual responsible for the maintenance and operation of databases, Responsibilities include designing, implementing, and maintaining the database system; CRMA computerized system for identifying, targeting, acquiring, and retaining the best mix of customers, helps in profiling prospects, understanding their needs, and in building relationships with them SIS:Strategic information systems are those computer systems that implement business strategies where information services resources are applied to strategic business opportunities in such a way that the computer systems have an impact on the organization’s products and business operationsSWOT: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. By...
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