Table of Contents
1. General Information
2. Different Types of Information Systems
3. A transaction processing system (TPS) supports the monitoring, collection, storage, and processing of data from the organization’s basic business transactions, each of which generates data.
4. Interorganizational information systems (IOSs) are information systems that connect two or more organizations. IOSs support many interorganizational operations; supply chain management is the best known.
To enhance the ability to manage a nostalgic record store for success investment is needed in technology and information systems. This proposal will address the technology management plan and will discuss five different types of information systems. A list of benefits and drawbacks of each system will be covered.
Functional area IS to process payroll. This effectively provides a system for processing payroll but does not interact with other systems.
Transaction processing system. This will process information that occurs at the point of sale for item and price sold.
Enterprise resource Planning, this sytem integrates all functional areas of the organization
Office automation system, supports daily work activities of individuals and groups, Microsoft Offices.
MIS, produces reports summarized from transaction data, usually in one function area, Reports on total sales for each customer.
Decision Support system, provides access to data and analysis toool, “What-if” analysis of changes in budget.
Expert system, Mimics human expertise in a particular area and makes decision, credit card approval analysis.
Executive dashboard, Presents structured, summarized information about aspects of business important to executives, Status of sales by product
Supply chain management system, Manages flow of porducts,...
Bibliography: Rainer, R. K., & Cegielski, C. G. (2011). Introduction to Information Systems (3rd ed.). : John Wiley & Sons Inc..
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