The technological revolution is moving up to the executive suite. Powerful tools, in the form of executive information systems, are finding their way into the hands of chief executive officers and senior vice presidents. Through EIS, time-pressed top-level executives are now getting a snapshot of their operations to make more effective decisions. Using personal computers, executives can retrieve daily, concise reports on chainwide sales, profits and payroll, among other business areas. EIS ...
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