Business Information Systems are systems built to collect, process and present data in an easily digestable way, so that managers can make better, more informed business decisions. So, BIS collects raw data and gives is meaning, transforming it into relevant, usable information. This collected information supports forecasting, planning, co-ordination, and decision making inside companies.
Business Information Systems professionals evaluate, develop and implement information and communication technologies. Their focus is to measure the effects and changes that take place in operational activities after implementing new information technologies.
Business Information Systems has strong connections with Library and Information Science, Computer Science, Business and Technology as well as with Project Management. Business Information Systems covers topics such as: computing for business and management, data warehousing, database languages, e-business software technologies, web and interactive media design.
Students will gain abilities to design applications and implement solutions that create value and competitive advantage for organisations. They will be able to identify key points and risks of information systems based on a solid analysis and interpretation of business data and processes.
Business Information Systems graduates can find jobs in the field as IT security consultants, integrated information systems analysts, data mining developers, data warehouse and business intelligence consultants, and more.Read more