Building executive information systems and other decision support applications
This authoritative book takes a comprehensive look at Executive Information Systems (EIS), covering what EIS is, how it differs from other applications, and how EIS will be used in the future.
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An Introduction to EIS
An EIS Development Framework
Understanding Executives Their Work and Information Needs
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analysis applications benefits budget business objectives capabilities changes Conoco costs data suppliers data warehouse databases Decision Support Systems developing an EIS Discuss drilldown e-mail EIS development EIS manager EIS screens EIS software EIS spread EIS staff EIS users electronic Essbase evaluation example Executive Information Systems executive sponsor executive users expert system firms Fisher-Price functional area graphics graphs hardware Hugh identify implementation important improve information analyst information needs information requirements initial version interface Lockheed-Georgia Lotus Notes Management Information mation MDDB meeting menu MIS Quarterly monitor multidimensional database OLAP operating sponsor organization organizational performance personnel planning potential presentation problems reports response screen design selected senior management server soft information software agents specific strategic structure success support staff technical tion tive updated vendors Watson