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Abstract

Many human activities related to information systems, whether consciously or not, information systems have helped humans a lot. It should be noted that information systems do not always have to be complex—simple information systems. The system is only used to record sales transactions involving one person only; through a computer, the user enters sales data, and when the store is closed, a daily sales report is printed. Furthermore, the report is used to analyze salable items that are useful for making purchasing decisions. A management information system is a comprehensive, coordinated, and rationally integrated set of information sub-systems capable of transforming data into information through a series of ways to increase productivity by the style and nature of managers based on predetermined quality criteria. The development of a sophisticated computer-based MIS requires several highly skilled and long-experienced people and requires the participation of organizational managers.

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Management Information System organization Technology business

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Yapant , M. D. M., & safitri, C. (2021). SIM (Management Information System) in Organizations. International Journal on Economics, Finance and Sustainable Development, 3(9), 13-20. https://doi.org/10.31149/ijefsd.v3i9.2147

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