Business Processes & IS

This article carries on from the previous Management Information Systems (MIS) – Introduction. As such, before implementing IS, business processes need to be understood and optimised for success. Business Process/System: network of activities, resources, facilities and information interacting to achieve a business function. Made up of: activities (transform resources/info into another type), decisions, roles (set … Continue reading Business Processes & IS

Management Information Systems (MIS) – Introduction

This article is a short introduction to management information systems, for a more in-dept article see Management Information Systems & You. Moore’s Law: ‘# of transistors per square inch on an integrated chip doubles every 18 months’. This lowers costs and allows smaller technologies to come about, however Moore’s Law has changed with newer technology, … Continue reading Management Information Systems (MIS) – Introduction