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Introduction to Management Information Systems
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activities analysis applications area networks capabilities communication company's competitive advantage components computer system computerized coordination corporate costs database DBMS decision support systems discussed in chapter disk distributed documents electronic employed end users end-user computing environment example executive information system expert system firm firm's fourth-generation languages global goals graphics groupware hardware implementation individual industry information society information technology innovation input integrated interfaces internal inventory language levels machine mainframe Management Information Systems methodology microcomputers minicomputer modules objectives offer on-line operations organization organizational output package percent performance personal computers planning principal problem prototype query reports requirements role SDLC shown in figure specific spreadsheet stored strategic strategic information systems structure subsystems suppliers systems development techniques telecommunications transaction processing systems unit variety workstations