Management It Management Information Systems Term Paper

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Thus, the new model is highly competitive on the market and succeeds in complying with the consumers' needs when these arise.

Other advantages of the MIS are the decrease in repetitive work, the enforcement of standard practices, the replacement of paper-based design review process with digital product models and a higher rate of information re-use. In other words, the system will act like a bridge between input data referring to manufacturing, sales, distribution, personnel, inventory, and output data like financial reports or charts which allow
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managers to draw up a pertinent business analysis. The efficiency and effectiveness of such a system is perfectly outlined by the use of CASE/ERP, the MIS implemented by the Shanghai Automobile Industry Sales Corporations (http://www.lansa.com/casestudies/shanghai.htm).

Bibliography

Shanghai Automobile handles rapid growth with integrated LANSA ERP package (2007). On the Internet at www.lansa.com/casestudies/shanghai.htm. Retrieved January 18.

Teamcenter helps Chinese automaker position for international competition (2006). On the Internet at http://www.ugs.com/about_us/success/shenyang.shtml. Retrieved January 18, 2007.

Information on management systems (2007). On the Internet at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Management_Information_System.Retrieved January 18, 2007.

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Shanghai Automobile handles rapid growth with integrated LANSA ERP package (2007). On the Internet at www.lansa.com/casestudies/shanghai.htm. Retrieved January 18.

Teamcenter helps Chinese automaker position for international competition (2006). On the Internet at http://www.ugs.com/about_us/success/shenyang.shtml. Retrieved January 18, 2007.

Information on management systems (2007). On the Internet at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Management_Information_System.Retrieved January 18, 2007.

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