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William M. Pride + 2 others
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Textbook Problem

Describe the three types of computer application that help employees, managers, and executives make smart decisions.

Summary Introduction

To Discuss: The 3 types of computer applications that help executives, employees, and managers to take decisions.

Introduction: Management information system (MIS) is the utilization of data innovation, individuals, and business procedures to record, store and process information to create data that decision makers can apply to settle on everyday decisions.

Explanation

The 3 types of computer applications that help executives, employees, and managers to take decisions are as follows:

  • Ø  Decision-support system (DSS): It is a sort of PC program that gives pertinent information and data to enable organizations workers to decide. It additionally can be utilized to decide the impact of changing distinctive factors and respond with "what if" type questions...

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