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Decision Support System vs. Management Information System

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Define a decision support system (DSS).
What is the difference between management information systems and decision support systems?
Describe the different components of a decision support system and explain each one.
Give some examples where a decision support system helps with making internal decisions.

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This solution discusses a Decision Support System and a Management Information System. It also compares the similarities and differences in the two and provides applicable examples.

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