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Executive information system (EIS)

Executive information system (EIS) is a program that allows top managers to quickly retrieve, analyze, and disseminate data and information.

It is a second type of ISS, which functions include drill-down and derived information in addition to those found in most DSS.

It is a user-friendly, interactive system, designed to meet the information needs of top management engaged in long-range planning, crisis management, and other strategic decisions.

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