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Enterprise information system

An enterprise information system (EIS) is any kind of

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A typical enterprise information system would be housed in one or more content management systems.

Enterprise systems create a standard legacy systems in that it self-transactional, self-helping and adaptable to general and specialist conditions.[1] Unlike an enterprise information system, legacy systems are limited to department wide communications.[2]

Information systems

At the design stage the main characteristic of EIS efficiency evaluation is the probability of timely delivery of various messages such as command, service, multimedia files, etc.[3]

Design stage


Financial value is not usually a direct outcome from the implementation of an enterprise information system.[2]

An EIS can be used to increase business productivity and reduce service cycles, product development cycles and marketing life cycles.[1] It may be used to amalgamate existing applications. Other outcomes include higher operational efficiency and cost savings.[1]

Enterprise information systems provide a technology platform that enables organizations to hierarchies.

Purpose

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  • Purpose 1
  • Design stage 2
  • Information systems 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

The word enterprise can have various connotations. Frequently the term is used only to refer to very large organizations such as multi-national companies or public sector organizations. However, the term may be used to mean virtually anything, by virtue of it having become the latest corporate-speak buzzword.

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