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MIS Design

Here, we are going to learn about the MIS Design, the phases which are used in MIS design, etc.
Submitted by IncludeHelp, on March 17, 2021

Design is one of the most decisive steps of any proposed system. To do a successful design, we follow some necessary steps of system development. This article describes the concept of system design and its necessary phases with a suitable diagram. Let's enjoy the concept and enhance our MIS knowledge skills.

To design a MIS is a strategic process which includes development phases. The phases which are used in MIS design are as follows –

  1. Problem identification
  2. Analysis
  3. Design
  4. Implementation
  5. Maintenance
MIS Design

1) Problem investigation

This is an initial phase of MIS design. This phase is used to identify the root causes of MIS design. The system development experts gather requirements and think about the solution of a problem, after identifying all the necessities, the designing process starts. The main objective of the investigation phase is to do a feasibility study to develop the proposed MIS. This phase is known as a preliminary study of MIS design; it investigates the system needs and its objectives as per user’s requirements and mainly focuses on resource identification and management, cost-benefit analysis, etc.

2) Analysis

An analysis is a detailed enquiry about a particular problem. It enquires about the answers to all possible questions like what, why, when, how?
An analysis is a systematic study of a system. In this phase, various components of a system are identified and analyze their interrelationship. The person who did the analysis is known as an analyst. The analyst is an experienced and expert candidate who did the analysis.

3) Design

Design is a sketch or blueprint of a proposed system. It describes one or more components of a system and its relationship. The system experts are making design and describe the internal and external layout of the new system. The design describes the interdependency between the components of the system thoroughly using graphical methods. Commonly design has two categories -

  • Logical design - this design describes the abstract of a system
  • Physical design - this design relates to the system's processes i.e. input, process, and output.

4) Implementation

After getting requirements done and the design activity over, the implementation phase starts. In this phase, all the work gets implemented as per preplanned activities. The main objective of this phase is to implement all the components of the system in a systematic manner so that all the objectives of the system get to fulfill.

5) Maintenance

A good way to implement a system in such a way so that in the future if any updation requires; can be successfully implemented in the system without any trouble. In most the cases, it happens that after successful implementation of the system if some necessary changes or updation requires in the system then the system doesn't allow implementing these.

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