Management Information Systems (MIS)
It is important to note that a management information system should not only indicate the status of a business’s conditions, but also indicate why the conditions are improving or deteriorating. For example, an MIS should report performance relative to cost and profitable or unprofitable projects, while identifying individual accountability – both current and past. This can be done only if such reports are based on constantly updated information accessible to those in authority who are responsible for assessing and assuring it is used for timely decision-making.
Examples of the broad scope and varied contexts of MISs are:
The term MIS and “information system” are often confused. Information systems, by themselves, are differentiated from the decision-making process. Of course, the data within them may facilitate the decision-making process.
Business Process Automation (BPA)
BPA is a type of software or systemized method that takes difficult, redundant or otherwise complex tasks and simplifies them into a streamlined, hands-free process. In plain English, that means BPA uses less technology to get the same job done, making your operations a lot less complicated and a lot more efficient. The goal of BPA is to save businesses time and money by completing tedious tasks automatically, which then increases productivity by allowing your employees to focus on their core areas of talent.
The following are some business procedures that Acrossys has helped automate and streamline:
Responsive Web Design (RAD)
Acrossys is a responsive web design company, a firm that designs and develops web applications that perfectly work across on all major devices, including mobile and desktop.
We use the following Tools & techniques:
We create Rich Internet Web 2.0 Applications using RIA technologies such as Ajax, Adobe Flash/Flex/AIR, Microsoft Silverlight and OpenLaszlo platform.