Management Information Systems
Are you wondering how to find information needed for the operational and strategic management of the company? How to retrieve from your IT system business information that is essential for good decisions? Performance management tools enhance the quality of decision-making. We can help you with their implementation and will teach your managers how to work with them as users.
Why implement MIS?
- Every company needs information that is essential for its good quality decision-making and performance management; MIS are tools for an efficient acquisition of such information.
- You will decide based on valid data and information.
- Systems can be customised to the required functions, their integration with the company’s environment via intranet and a variety of modules is very user friendly.
What does MIS stand for?
The tools that we offer to our customers enable an effective separation of the primary data management layer and the MIS platform operation where IT plays an irreplaceable role from the business rules layer and the presentation layer which are used by individual users in the company. It is necessary to implement certain rules in cooperation with the client, i.e. standards or processes, that will ensure the consistency of applied business rules and an effective development of the environment.
What we can do for you?
We will build a fully automated information system providing business as well as other information about the company’s operation. As a standard it is built over the data warehouse. It has the following attributes:
- Reporting layer – it is usually integrated into the company intranet and as well as the flexible and parameterised information it provides professional graphics and the ability to export data into office applications. Reports are generally divided into standard, multidimensional OLAP cubes and dashboards; namely for the top management they provide a visually attractive overview of the main KPIs (key performance indicators).Reporting visualises information and covers all areas of interpretation of information needed to support decision-making in the corporate communication infrastructure, such as data on the number of units sold, turnover, inventory, delivered goods, complaints and turnover rate; it is possible to define periods, regions, comparisons, etc.
- Routine processing of manual inputs – budgets, plans or forecasts, often in several versions, which the controlling departments usually prepare at the input into the data warehouse; the layer carries out a comparison only.
- Administration module which controls user access to reports as well as to information within the reports.