An information system (IS) is any combination of information technology and people's activities using that technology to support operations, management, and decision-making. In a very broad sense, the term information system is frequently used to refer to the interaction between people, algorithmic processes, data and technology. In this sense, the term is used to refer not only to the information and communication technology (ICT) an organization uses, but also to the way in which people interact with this technology in support of business processes. Some make a clear distinction between information systems, ICT, and business processes. Information systems are distinct from information technology in that an information system is typically seen as having an ICT component. Information systems are also different from business processes. Information systems help to control the performance of business processes. Alter argues for an information system as a special type of work system.
Enrollment systems are used to delegate out limited time slots or products. a well built one will allow for those time slots to be handed out in a quick fashion reducing the load on the People that normally have to-do all the work. It also gets the customers information into a nice nifty database for you to pull stats information and well as quick contact information from get into more advanced systems they include payment methods. On top of that with computerized enrollment systems you don't have to worry about not being able to read someone’s hand writing (i know mines hell) that alone mattering on the client base can be a blessing..And if your dealing with an older group of people systems can be built to quickly provide Large Text making it easier for them to read and fill out the enrollment forms. That’s always something good to brag about.. That’s just the upper edge. But any enrollment systems need to be review...
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