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MIS typically produce: A. Responses to ad hoc queries, and graphic representations of existing data. B. Fixed, regularly scheduled reports based on data extracted from the organization's TPS. C. Solutions to semi-structured problems appropriate for middle management decision-making. D. New ways of looking at data that emphasize change, flexibility, and rapid response.
MIS typically produce fixed, regularly scheduled reports based on data extracted from the organization's TPS.
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MIS typically produce fixed, regularly scheduled reports based on data extracted from the organization's TPS.
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