Information Systems Proposal Paper

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Information Systems Proposal
Katherine Pratt
November 27, 2012
Stephen Allen PhD

Table of Contents Information Systems Proposal 3 Functional Area Information System 3 Disadvantages and Advantages 3 Analysis 4 Transaction Processing System 4 Disadvantages and Advantages 4 Analysis 4 Office Automation System 4 Disadvantages and Advantages 5 Analysis 5 Management Information System 5 Disadvantages and Advantages 5 Analysis 5 Electronic Commerce System 6 Disadvantages and Advantages 6 Analysis 6 Conclusion 7 References 8

Information Systems Proposal

Plans have begun to flush out an idea for a traditional record store. Steps had to be taken to determine the important information
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Nonetheless, the positives outweigh the negative; therefore, the OAS systems would be beneficial to the record store. The recommended applications for the record store would be Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, copier, recording equipment, etc. These would allow store’s staff internal communication efforts, and customer support.
Management Information System
The fourth IT system suggested for the record store is the Management Information System (MIS). MIS provides businesses with information that allows efficient organization. Unlike other IT systems, MIS has the specific purpose of analyzing and initiating activities devised for the organization.
Disadvantages and Advantages

The disadvantages are narrow functionality, expensive implementation, and the possibility of becoming bloated and difficult to run. The advantages include an easy-to-learn structure, even without considerable computer knowledge. Also the MIS sorts information for management analysis, and presents efficiency to executives for higher lever business decisions (Abhijeet, 2004-2012).

For the purpose of the record store, MIS would work hand-in-hand in that data collected from the TPS can be further analyzed, and output reports provided to the store’s strategic management with intent of the
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