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Using Information Systems in Business Decisions


  • Emilia Vasile

    () (Athenaeum University in Bucharest)

  • Ion Croitoru

    () (Athenaeum University in Bucharest)

  • Dănuţ-Octavian Simion

    () (Athenaeum University in Bucharest)


The paper presents the benefits of usage of information systems in decisions for businesses, which can reveale the optimal choice of the solution in order to increase competitivity in a strategic economy. Within a company’s computer system, systems for decision support are classified as systems for the management / management decision. They take data from specific transaction processing systems and helps management process at the various levels of decision making. These systems help to implement the decisions, orders and the decisions decomposition that is occurring in the system of management of the company. Operational decisions are found in specialized compartments and are available in the directive needed to conduct operational departments that have the peculiarities of origin. For simulation models are created the required applications and helps decision-makers to make the choice based on the measures imposed by reality and the actual conditions in which the business operates in the specific part. Assisting decision means a permanent dialogue with the user, so that the interface has a much greater importance than other systems. The user, person or group of persons through the role they play in making the decision, is considered part of the system.

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  • Emilia Vasile & Ion Croitoru & Dănuţ-Octavian Simion, 2016. "Using Information Systems in Business Decisions," Working papers 2, Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:smo:mpaper:2
    DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.999584

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    Assisted decisions; system support decisions; knowledge database; analytical tools and management decision.;

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