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Marketing Information Systems (MIS)

This is a detailed response describing marketing information systems with 523 words and 2 references in APA format. Here is a small sample of what you will find: Information systems have to be designed to meet the way in which managers tend to work. Research suggests that a manager continually addresses a large variety of tasks and is able to spend relatively brief periods on each of these. Given the nature of the work, managers tend to rely upon information that is......

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Describe a marketing information system (MIS), From what source is the MIS developed?

Definition of MIS

A marketing information system (MIS) is intended to bring together disparate items of data into a coherent body of information. An MIS is more than raw data or information suitable for the purposes of decision making. An MIS also provides methods for interpreting the information the MIS provides. Moreover, as Kotler's1 definition says, an MIS is more than a system of data collection or a set of information technologies:

"A marketing information system is a continuing and interacting structure of people, equipment and procedures to gather, sort, analyze, evaluate, and distribute pertinent, timely and accurate information for use by marketing decision makers to improve their marketing planning, implementation, and control".

Marketing information systems are intended to support management decision making. Management has five distinct functions and ...

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This is a detailed response describing marketing information systems with 523 words and 2 references in APA format. Here is a small sample of what you will find: Information systems have to be designed to meet the way in which managers tend to work. Research suggests that a manager continually addresses a large variety of tasks and is able to spend relatively brief periods on each of these. Given the nature of the work, managers tend to rely upon information that is......

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