Chief Operating Officer
17th July 2007
This is Mahesh, The basis for a good MIS is basically understanding the current and future requirements first. Then based on frequency and generally agreed formats/data, Also who is the end user and what is the impact of this needs to be thorough understood and defined. The data can be from a very simple spreadsheet applications to various RDBMs applications. It depends on what your company can afford and maintain.
31st August 2007
Read this topic Every body is worried for MIS report, You are good at answering there Questions, Please tell me
1. What is MIS?
2. What is the Purpose of this report?
3. How it HELPS ?
4. MAIN POINTS of the report?
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14th October 2007
Any report that one maintains in form of collated performance related data is called MIS Report. Its prepared and maintained for giving appropriate information to the management on a weekly, monthly, quaterly basis, etc. Even the daily work flow such as calls to sales etc can be maintained in form MIS, and so far the best tool i know is MS EXCEL.
18th November 2007 From India , Bangalore
MIS is a very generic report system and one whole format would not suffice to all the verticals of business. Jus check the link below and it would give you all the details and nuances to create your own MIS report for your business vertical.
5th December 2007 From India , Madras
MIS means Management Information System.
It will differ Daily MIS, Weekly MIS or Monthly MIS.
Production, Sales, (in rupees and in units), Raw material inwards, outstanding credit, outstanding debit (Sundry debtor, sundry creditor) etc.
21st February 2008 From India , Madras
As per my view the MIS report is a representation of -
1. What is the focus area.
2. What are you driving.
3.How effective is the drive in regards to the impovement in the daily weekly or the monthly targets.
4. Was the target met and if not why were the same not met.
If you are looking for an MIS for the whole of BPO Operations then you need to segregate the data requirements as per the line of Business. Each and everty line of business would need a different drive as the requirements of the same will be different. If the BPO operations has top 10 objectives then it doesnot implY that all the 10 will imply to each line of business..... one would need to look at the impact of each one and the contribution that can be provided by each line of business....
20th August 2008 From India , Mumbai