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Mis in Banking Sector

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Management Information Systems in Banking
Hubert Van de Vyver
Kiev, 1-2 June 2006

This project is funded by the European Union and implemented by ING Institutional & Government Advisory Copyright © 2005 by ING Institutional & Government Advisory Services B.V.

Introduction
• Use and manage information systems to revitalize business process • Improve business decision making with information technologies • Gain competitive advantage on the market

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Introduction
Key elements: • Internet technologies as platform for business and commerce • Collaboration processes among all business stakeholders in networked enterprises • Global markets and the international dimension

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Subjects
• Foundation Concepts • Decision support in Business and Banking • Information technologies and Banking applications • An approach to computing, systems and information channels • Developing business / IT solutions • The process of implementation of an MIS and the implementation challenges

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Foundation Concepts
Foundation of Information Systems in business • Conceptual systems components • Major types of Information Systems Competing with Information Technology • Competitive advantages • Major strategic applications

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Foundation Concepts
Foundation of Information Systems in business o Why Information Systems are important o Important business area o Key element in functioning of a bank o Important for managers o More than technology

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Foundation Concepts
Foundation of Information Systems in business o The Real World of Information Systems o Finance/budget & cost/ROI o Update systems to Internet o Improve end users involvement o Higher management participation o Technology road map

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