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Project on

“MIS in Manufacturing Sector”

Presented By

Group No. 5:

Abhishek Kotkar 26
Rajan Kumar 27
Sushil Ingle 28
Sagar Lahot 29
Anand Lihinar 30
Definiton of MIS
(Management Informaton System)
• The MIS is defined as a system which provides
information support for decision making in the
organisation.
• The MIS is defined as a system based on the
database of the organisation evolved for the
purpose of providing information for the people
in the organisation.
• The MIS is defined as a computer based
information system.
Applicaton in Manufacturing Sector

• A typical information system primarily serves


the needs of Functional levels such as
Personnel, Finance, Producton, Materials,
Marketng and Corporate Business
Management.
• Integrated systems provides data and
information for:
– Business Planning at the Middle Management
Level
– Strategic Planning at the Top Management Level
Personnel Management
• Objectve:
– Providing suitable manpower in number and with
certain ability, skills and knowledge as per the
demand of the business.
• Viewers of the Database:
1. Personnel Managers
2. Heads of HRD Departments
3. Top Management
Applicaton of the Personnel Database

1. Analysis of attendance by a class of employees


2. Leave mgmt. by a group of employees
3. Trend in the leave records
4. Analysis of accidents
5. Analysis of Salary \ Wage structure
6. Analysis of Overtime
7. Analysis of manpower needs and evolving
recruitement and training program.
Financial Management
• Objectve:
– Meeting the financial needs of the business from time to
time, by way of providing Working capital and Long term
loans to run the business
– To meet the statutory compliance by way of declaring the
audited financial results (like Balance Sheet, P & L, etc..)
• Viewers of the Database:
1. Financial managers
2. Cost Controllers
3. Auditors
4. Material Managers
5. Company Secretary
6. Top Management
Applicaton of the Financial Database

1. Cash Flow Analysis


2. Sources and Uses of Funds
3. Debtors analysis and Aging pattern
4. Creditors analysis and Aging pattern
5. Budget Analysis
6. Ratio Analysis
7. Capital Budgeting
8. Cost Analysis
Producton Management
• Objectve:
– To provide manufacturing service to the
organisation which includes Production planning
and control, Industrial Engineering, Maintenance
and Quality Control.
– Maximum utilization of the manufacturing
capacity with minimum rejections
– Meeting delivery promises
Applicaton of Producton Database

1. Make or buy material decisions


2. Uses of alternative material decisions
3. Evolving optimum product mix / job mix
4. Rescheduling and loading of jobs.
5. Planning and Scheduling of jobs
6. Selection of production facilities
7. Selection of alternative maintenance facilities
Materials Management
• Objectve:
– To provide material for production, maintenance
and service at economical prices in an appropriate
quantity and quality
– Material procurement, stocking and inventory
management
– Searching new substitutes to reduce the cost of
materials
– Reduction of inventory
Applicaton of Material Database
• Forecasting and planning decisions
• Price decisions
• Stocking of the items
• Controlling the item
• Production / Inventory holding
• Inspection and supervising
Marketng Management
• Objectve:
– Identifying the needs of the consumers
– Evolving in product concept
– Designing of the product
– Satisfying the consumer
– Positioning of the product
– Developing dealer distribution network
Applicaton of Marketng Database

• Pricing decisions
• Acceptance of orders
• Allocation of stock to orders
• Discount and commission
• Deciding the sales terms
• Introduction of new product
• Product positioning
Thank
You..!!

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