CONTENTS:- 1. Introduction. 2. Kinds of information systems. 3. Computer fundamentals, telecommunication and networks. 4. System analysis and development models. 5. Manufacturing and service systems. 6. Enterprise system. 7. Choice of IT. 8. Security and ethical challenges.
In a global competitive environment an effective and efficient management information system is a critical component of the institution's overall risk management strategy and is required to compete and emerge successful. This book explains the concepts, strategies and issues involved in developing and managing information systems in a simple and easy-to-understand manner. The focus of this book is clarity in presenting comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of essential aspects of MIS, new technologies, applications and their impact on business decision-making. It is believed that the book will be of immense use not only to the students and teachers of the field but also to the academicians and professionals of management studies and allied subjects.