Types of Information Systems (BFCAI)

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Types of Information Systems (BFCAI) by Mind Map: Types of Information Systems (BFCAI)

1. Enterprise Recourse Planning (ERP)

1.1. is a modular software system designed to integrate the main functional areas of an organization's business processes into a unified system.

1.2. ERP software can integrate all of the processes needed to run a company.

1.3. It collects information about the activity and state of different divisions, making this information available to other parts, where it can be used productively.

2. Management Information Systems (MIS)

2.1. Uses the Data collected by the TPS to help managers make routine business decisions.

2.2. MIS can produce Scheduled as well as ad hoc (on demand) Reports

2.3. MIS also produces summary reports that combines groups of total data to help with tactical and strategic planning.

2.4. The MIS can produce exception reports that contains information that is outside of normal or acceptable ranges.

3. Transaction Processing Systems

3.1. A transaction processing system provides a way to collect, process, store, display modify or cancel transactions. Most of these systems allow multiple transactions to take place simultaneously. The data that this system collects is usually stored in databases which can be used to produce reports such as billing, wages, inventory summaries, manufacturing schedules, or check registers.

4. Decision Support Systems

4.1. (DSS) is a computer program application that analyzes business data and presents it so that users can make business decisions more easily.

4.2. (DSS) is a computerized system that gathers and analyzes data, synthesizing it to produce comprehensive information reports.

4.3. Projected revenue figures based on new product sales assumptions

4.4. Comparative sales figures between one week and the next

5. Expert Systems & AI

5.1. In artificial intelligence, an expert system is a computer system that emulates the decision-making ability of a human expert.

5.1.1. High performance

5.2. Expert systems are designed to solve complex problems by reasoning through bodies of knowledge, represented mainly as if-then rules rather than through conventional procedural code.

5.2.1. Reliable

5.3. Expert systems have specific knowledge to one problem domain, e.g., medicine, science, engineering, etc. The expert’s knowledge is called a knowledge base, and it contains accumulated experience that has been loaded and tested in the system.

5.3.1. Understandable

5.4. expert system’s knowledge may be enhanced with add-ons to the knowledge base, or additions to the rules. The more experience entered into the expert system, the more the system can improve its performance.

5.4.1. Highly responsive

6. Online Transaction Processing System (OTPS)

6.1. * Analyzes every account entry used in real-time. * Uses Rollback to ensure that every transaction processed correctly.

6.2. Rollback works by checking you account before the transaction takes place to make sure no errors occur if the transaction fails the account will return to its original state.

6.2.1. ATM

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