Management Information System

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Definition: Management Information System


Management Information System


What is the dictionary definition of Management Information System?

Dictionary Definition


This term refers to a company’s automated system of managing information about manufacturing and technology departments.


Full Definition of Management Information System


Management Information System or MIS is the group that manages the systems that keep a financial institution running. These systems include risk management systems, enterprise resource planning systems or ERP, customer relationship management systems or CRM, and many others. The MIS group works to support specific financial groups by designing and developing business processes and procedures. All MIS have a reporting tool that reports on all the data collected and stored in a data warehouse.


Synonyms For Management Information System


MIS


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Definition Sources


Definitions for Management Information System are sourced/syndicated and enhanced from:

  • A Dictionary of Economics (Oxford Quick Reference)
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Accounting
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Business & Management

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