Monitoring System

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Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Many companies today use information as a basis to increase productivity, producing quality products, providing quality services, creating customer confidence, and making timely decisions. As such, information technology has become the prime reason for the success and failure of a company to compete in business. This illustrates the impact of information technology on business operations today. As a result, designing an information system of high quality is important so that organisations can compete successfully in the global market. Information systems experts need to understand the business operation of a company before they can design a comprehensive system. Every business is likely to be different.…show more content…
The purpose of the design phase is to determine the specified problem and plan a solution for the specified problem. We used the data flow diagram to show the flow of data within the existing system and the proposed system. Once the design is complete, most of the major decisions about the proposed system have been made. Chapter 4.0 THE EXISTING SYSTEM An information system commonly refers to a basic computer system but may also describe a telephone switching or environmental controlling system. The IS involves resources for shared or processed information, as well as the people who manage the system. People are considered part of the system because without them, systems would not operate correctly. There are many types of information systems, depending on the need they are designed to fill. An operations support system, such as a transaction processing system, converts business data (financial transactions) into valuable information. Similarly, a management information system uses database information to output reports, helping users and businesses make decisions based on extracted data. In a decision support system, data is pulled from various sources and then reviewed by managers, who make determinations based on the compiled data. An executive information system is useful for
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