MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM MIS IMPLEMENTATION IN ACC LTD.

PRESENTED BY: VIVEK JAISWAL

ACC
• ACC Limited is India's foremost
manufacturer of cement and concrete

• 17 modern cement factories, more than 40
Ready mix concrete plants, 21 sales offices, and several zonal offices

• It has a workforce of about 9000 persons
and a countrywide distribution network of over 9,000 dealers
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NEED FOR MIS
• Better processing of the large volume of
data in an organization.

• Reducing the Redundancy of Data that
occurs in case of separate packages

• Availability of all the required information
about any department through a common system.
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NEED FOR MIS….
• Making the system capable of supporting the
managers in making decisions.

• Facilitate the communication between the various
regional offices of the company and the corporate office along with the main plant.

• Use of online data to speed up the information flow
of the organization and facilitate decision-making
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FUNCTIONS OF MIS
Production
• Break down and Plant performance Module • MIS Reports and stoppage Module, Stock position

Raw Materials Management System
• Integration with Weigh Bridge and Security Gate • Daily stock, issue position and bill passing

Weigh Bridge
• Integrated with Security Gate • Stopped one mechanical weigh bridge
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MIS HIERARCHY

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ARCHITECTURE OF MIS AT ACC LTD.

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FUNCTION SUPPORT ROLE
• Business processes and operations support function
is the most basic.

• It involves collecting, recording, storing, and basic
processing of ----

• sales data, purchase data, investment data, payroll
data inventory data, work in process data, supply chain data, personnel data, salary data, employment histories, marketing research data, and other strategic management records . use of all the above to implement, control, and 02-04-2013 9 monitor plans, strategies, tactics, new products, new business models or new business ventures.

STRATEGIC PLANNING
• Recording, Storing an Processing I. Business intelligence data, II. Competitor analysis data, III. Industry data, IV. Corporate objectives, and other strategic
management records

• and according to this FORMULATION OF PLANS,
PROGRAMMES AND PROJECTS They are the solutions of reductions of costs and 02-04-2013 10 management of the performance.

OPERATIONAL CONTROL
• By providing timely accurate information pertaining to inventory
location, movement and valuation, receipt of goods, sale and return of goods and profits you can make sure that your inventory is visible throughout a network.

• Controls the loading and unloading of material or the operation
of continuous feeding equipment such as pumps and conveyors

• Monitors the operations of equipment by observing instruments
such as temperature and pressure gauges or physical indicators such as oil levels

• Operates plant and auxiliary equipment • Monitor maintenance requirements and arranges for equipment
to be serviced
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• Cleans plant areas, cleans and lubricates equipment

MANAGERIAL CONTROL
• Mainly focuses on 3 pointsInput- Transformation- & Output

• Helps in updating information related to
Organizational Performance.

• Helps in maintaining stocks i.e. inventories
etc. according to purchase order.

• Helps in flourishing overseas business by
maintaining database for suppliers and premium customers .
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POST MIS IMPLEMANTATION
• The company started Web-Based ordering and
selling, so that to be able to catch up with the growing industry.

• Company upgraded its network. For this purpose,
they had tie up with outside contractors like IBM or CISCO to continuously upgrade and maintain their network
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