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Copy of FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF MIS

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FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF THE MIS
Financial Management Information
Systems
Manufacturing Management
Information Systems
Marketing Management Information
Systems
Human Resource Management
Information Systems
Functional Aspects Of The MIS:
1. Financial Management Information Systems
2. Manufacturing Management Information Systems
3. Marketing Management Information Systems
4. Human Resource Management Information Systems
Financial MIS: Provides financial information not only for executives but also for a broader set of people who need to make better decisions on a daily basis.
Financial MIS Subsystems and Outputs:
- Profit/loss and cost systems
- Auditing: Internal and external auditing
- Uses and management of funds
Manufacturing MIS subsystems and outputs monitor and control the flow of materials, products, and services through the organization.
Manufacturing MIS Subsystems and Outputs:
– Design and engineering
– Master production scheduling and inventory control
– Process control
– Quality control and testing
Marketing MIS: Supports managerial activities in product development, distribution, pricing decisions, promotional effectiveness, and sales forecasting.
Subsystems for Manufacturing MIS include:
- Marketing research
– Product development
– Promotion and advertising
– Product pricing
- Sales analysis
Human Resource MIS: Concerned with activities related to employees and potential employees of an organization.
Outputs of Human Resource MIS include:
- Human resource planning
– Personnel selection and recruiting
– Training and skills inventory
– Scheduling and job placement
– Wage and salary administration
– Outplacement
Other Management Information
Systems:
• Accounting MIS
– Provides aggregate information on accounts
payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and many
other applications
• Geographic information system (GIS)
– Capable of assembling, storing, manipulating, and
displaying geographic information
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