MIS

Functions of MIS

Functions of MIS
• To improve Decision Making • To improve efficiency • To provide connectivity

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Benefits
• Increase Productivity • Enhance the quality of DM • Improves communication and develops teamwork. • Help in organizational transformation
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Limitations
• MIS designed in improper manner, does not serve management • If users doesn’t know how to use, MIS doesn’t help • Not good when basic data is obsolete and outdated.
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Problems in implementing
• There will be resistance for major change in working. • Lack of organization culture • The degree of employee involvement.

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Management reports
• To see whether activities are happening as per expectations • Gives clue or insight within the organization.

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Types of reports
• • • • • • Scheduled Reports: Daily, Weekly, Monthly On demand : generated on demand Exception reports : for control Predictive reports : for future planning Summary reports : Provide summarized info Regulatory and statutory reports : For submitting to authorities.
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Info system planning
• Organization has to plan the info which MIS will churn out for different levels. • No of activities for developing MIS. • Each activity is a set of tasks. • System analyst is responsible for all steps.
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Info system development
• Supportive management • Is existing system adequate • The objective for new is good and clear.

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SDLC
• System development life cycle. Planning – feasibility study Analysis Design Coding Testing Implementation Maintenance
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Feasibility study
• Determine whether it is feasible to develop a new system or not • Identify deficiencies in the current system • Determine objectives of the new system • Identify responsible users
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Types
• Technical feasibility • Economic feasibility • Operational feasibility • Cost / benefit analysis
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Requirement Analysis
• Study current system in detail • Obtaining actual specification.

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SSAD
• Structured system analysis and design • Developing system involving systems approach. • Develop better quality of students • Improve the mechanism of controlling and managing projects • Improve efficiency.
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Data flow diagram (DFD)
• To understand the view of the system • Notations of DFD • Rules of DFD

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Yourdon and Demarco notation
• Entity • Info flow • Data stores • Process
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• Rules for DFD drawing • Examples of DFD drawing

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