Are there different levels or job profiles in MIS? Brief me on what the job consists of. - CiteHR
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I have been offered a job that is in MIS. As far as i've been told i have understood it as a an administration job. Are there different levels or job profiles in MIS?
Where does MIS fall in the Hierarchy of any organization; and under which criteria does it come.. like HR or Marketing or anything else?
Can someone please brief me out on what the job consists of? I require to join the company on wednesday i.e. 5th Sept. and i would like to have an idea as to what is it that i will be expected to do there and learn accordingly.

Management Information Systems (MIS) is the application of information technology to support business activities. Because businesses are rapidly changing, there is a growing demand for graduates who have the analytical skills and business background to make business processes more productive. Therefore students of this degree program will learn to analyze an organization’s information needs, then design a computer-based delivery system to meet these needs, and finally direct the implementation and operation of the system.

To develop information systems that fill users' needs, MIS professionals must understand organizational structures, business objectives, and business operations (including processes and the flow of data between processes), how to communicate effectively with users, and how to design systems that support their activities. MIS professionals must also stay up-to-date with evolving information technologies and have a solid foundation of technical skills to select appropriate technologies and to implement computer-based information systems.

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