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MIS-Management Information System

This MIS course will cover supporting tech foundations (Cloud, Databases, Big Data), the MIS improvement/obtainment handle, and the principle coordinated frameworks, ERPs, for example, SAP®, Oracle® or Microsoft Dynamics Navision®, and in addition their association with Business Process Redesign.

Management Information Systems (MIS) are a basic piece of today’s expert scene. From client relationship administration (CRM) frameworks taking care of the everyday associations with customers and prospects, to money related frameworks issuing solicitations and paying bills, everyday working life is progressively controlled by these frameworks that direct what to do and how.

This course will concentrate on what MIS are, the manner by which they impact your present or imminent employments, why they force particular – and once in a while apparently crazy – operational methods, and how to utilize this information further bolstering your good fortune in your expert life.

Getting a handle on the key ideas in MIS does not should be overwhelming. We will utilize genuine cases to delineate key ideas, and endeavor to strike an appropriate harmony between lucidity/courtesy and applied soundness. Go along with us on this animating adventure that will enable you to better comprehend and perform in your present or sought employment.

What you’ll learn

  • Understand Management Information Systems (MIS) and their role in today’s organizations.
  • Identify how MIS shapes and controls current (or prospective) jobs and how to use this insight to improve your own job performance and satisfaction and and enhance your career prospects.
  • Become familiar with the major trends in MIS and MIS infrastructures (Cloud, Big Data, ERPs, outsourcing) and how these evolutions will affect workplaces and business strategies.
  • Bridge the MIS-related second “digital gap” that exists, after basic computer literacy, in most professional jobs.
  • Content Management Workflow

  • Designing content template, for example web administrator designs webpage template for web content management.
  • Creating content blocks, for example, a web administrator adds empower CMS tags called “content blocks” to webpage template using CMS.
  • Positioning content blocks on the document, for example, web administrator positions content blocks in webpage.
  • Authoring content providers to search, retrieve, view and update content.
  • Functions of Content Management

  • Creating content
  • Storing content
  • Indexing content
  • Searching content
  • Retrieving content
  • Publishing content
  • Archiving content
  • Revising content
  • Managing content end-to-end
  • Advantages of CMS

    Content management system helps to secure privacy and currency of the content and enhances performance by:

  • Ensuring integrity and accuracy of content by ensuring only one user modifies the content at a time.
  • Implementing audit trails to monitor changes made in content over time.
  • Providing secured user access to content.
  • Organization of content into related groups and folders.
  • Allowing searching and retrieval of content.
  • Recording information and meta-data related to the content, like author and title of content, version of content, date and time of creating the content etc.
  • Workflow based routing of content from one user to another.
  • Converting paper-based content to digital format.
  • Organizing content into groups and distributing it to target audience.
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