Business Intelligence Role in Management Information System

Anu Kumar


The capacity of any organisation to succeed is dependent on its ability to make decisions. In today's competitive environment, managers must have the right information at the right time to bridge the gap between what they want and what they expect-applicable Management Information Systems (MIS) square measure required to promote higher information flow. To make successful decisions, all levels of management should be well-versed on the MIS used in the firm. A management system gathers and analyses knowledge (information) and makes it available to managers at all levels for decision-making, planning, programme execution, and management. The MIS includes tasks like as call support, performance monitoring, and user support.


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