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Executive Information System or Executive Support System

This tutorial on Executive Information System gives you a brief introduction to one of the important ERP Technology.

This tutorial covers the following topics:
1. What is EIS?
2. History
3. Why EIS?
4. Features
5. Components
6. Hardware, Software, User Interface
7. Limitations
8. Future of EIS

Additional Notes:
Application Notes-
1. Manufacturing operational control focuses on day-to-day operations, and the central idea of this process is effectiveness and efficiency.
2. Marketing
In an organization, marketing executives’ duty is managing available marketing resources to create a more effective future. For this, they need make judgments about risk and uncertainty of a project and its impact on the company in short term and long term.
3. In an organization, marketing executives’ duty is managing available marketing resources to create a more effective future. For this, they need make judgments about risk and uncertainty of a project and its impact on the company in short term and long term.

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Executive Information System or Executive Support System

  1. 1. EXECUTIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM OR EXECUTIVE SUPPORT SYSTEM GAURAV SARAWGI 15030122088 SAURAV SINGHANIA 15030122031 SAAD KAZI 15030122096
  2. 2. What is EIS? ■ An Executive Information System can be defined as a specialized Decision Support System. ■ EIS are intended to be used by the senior managers directly to provide support to non-programmed decisions in strategic management to improve the long-term performance of the organization. ■ These information are often external, unstructured and even uncertain. Exact scope and context of such information is often not known beforehand.
  3. 3. Examples: External databases Market reports Financial reports and information
  4. 4. GE BUSINESS DIGITAL COCKPIT
  5. 5. History ■ The term EIS was first coined at MIT in the 1970s. ■ The first EISs were developed by large firms willing to take risks to gain competitive advantage ■ By the mid-1980s several vendors had developed broad customer bases and support for EIS technology continues today
  6. 6. Why EIS? ■ Time management ■ Improve office automation ■ Easy for upper level executive to use ■ Enhance personal thinking and decision-making ■ Reduce time for finding information ■ Increased communication capacity and quality
  7. 7. Features
  8. 8. Components
  9. 9. HARDWARE ■ Input data-entry devices ■ The central processing unit ■ Data storage files ■ Output devices
  10. 10. SOFTWARE ■ Text-handling software ■ Heterogeneous databases ■ Graphic base ■ Model base
  11. 11. USER INTERFACE ■ Scheduled reports ■ Questions/Answers ■ Menu driven ■ Command language ■ Natural language ■ Input / Output
  12. 12. TELECOMMUNICATION
  13. 13. Applications Manufacturing Marketing Finance
  14. 14. Limitations ■ Functions are limited ■ Executive may encounter information overload ■ System may become slow ■ Difficult to keep current data ■ May lead to less reliable and insecure data ■ Excessive cost for small company
  15. 15. Future of EIS The intelligent EIS The multimedia EIS The informed EIS The connected EIS
  16. 16. ThankYou !

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