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TPS, MIS, DSS, and EIS

The different types of systems, including TPS, MIS, DSS, EIS, ES and OAS, can together help an organization to meet its information needs. Although there are similarities and differences among these systems, it is important to recognize that no one system is superior to another and that each system id designed to serve a specific purpose.

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