Executive Information System (EIS)

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What is Executive Information System (EIS)?

An executive information system (EIS) is a type of information system that is designed to support the decision-making needs of top-level executives in an organization. It is a specialized type of management information system (MIS) that is intended to provide timely, relevant, and actionable information to help executives make strategic decisions.

EIS typically includes a user interface that is easy to use and provides quick access to key performance indicators (KPIs), trend data, and other relevant information. It may also include tools for data visualization, data mining, and predictive analytics, to help executives understand and analyze complex data.

EIS is often used in conjunction with other management systems, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems and customer relationship management (CRM) systems, to provide a comprehensive view of the organization's performance and potential.

EIS is an important tool for helping executives to stay informed and make strategic decisions that are based on real-time data and analysis. It can also help to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of decision-making by providing easy access to relevant information and analysis tools.

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