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Objectives
Of
Management Information System

Objectives
Of
Management Information System

Maria Laurenes M. Borja
BSEM-1J

INTRODUCTION:

INTRODUCTION:

The objective of an MIS, or management information systems used to manage the data created within the structure of a particular business. These systems store the data and allow the business to manipulate, analyze and compile the data through the use of software applications. Reports and analysis pulled from an information system can assist in the directing, planning and decision making needs of managers.

A management information system is a system that has important tools to support, analyze, deliver and add reliability to any organization. It ensures that appropriate data is collected from various sources, processed and sent to needy destinations. Also this helps to solve businesses problems. The term MIS is often used to submit to a group of information management methods tied to the support of human decision making decision Support Systems, Expert systems, and Executive information systems

REFERENCES:
REFERENCES:

* http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Explain_the_importance_objectives_of_management_information_system_and_widening_scope_management_information_system

* http://www.ehow.com/about_6174026_objectives-management-information-systems.html

* http://www.ppcwg.org/information-management-strategy-purpose-and-objectives.html

Objectives:
Objectives:

* To provide useful information, data and analysis remains constant, but the features and uses are customizable to suit the preferences and needs of every business, individual or government.

* To improve the management decision making, by providing accurate and up-to date information about the key aspects of organizational performance.

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