Early business computers were used for simple operations such as tracking inventory, billing, sales, or payroll data, with little detail or structure. Over time, these computer applications became more complex, hardware storage capacities grew, and technologies improved for connecting previously isolated applications. As more and more data was stored and linked, managers sought greater detail as well as greater abstraction with the aim of creating entire management reports from the raw, stored data. The term "MIS" arose to describe such applications providing managers with information about sales, inventories, and other data that would help in managing the enterprise. Today, the term is used broadly in a number of contexts, including decision support systems, human and material resources management applications, enterprise resource planning, enterprise performance management, supply chain management, customer relationship management, project management and database retrieval applications.
An “enterprise class" information system typically offers high quality of service, dealing with large volumes of data and capable of supporting large organizations and requires a depth of professionalism and expertise to manage. Integrating and coordinating business processes, functional levels, and management hierarchies and data structures in large enterprises presents peculiar challenges. This course is designed to address such challenges.
This course is meant to simplify the understanding of Enterprise Information Systems, Organizational Change and Virtual organizations, Designing, Building and Managing IT systems Information Technology Infrastructure Management Tools – toolkit, frameworks, decision models, checklists etc.
All Information Technology Professionals, non-professionals who work with Information Systems, security Personnel and Operatives (Police, SSS etc).
Forty Five Thousand Naira Only per participant (for members) and Fifty Thousand Naira Only (for non members.) The fee covers lectures, Tea/Coffee Break, Lunch and Course Materials. Please note that accommodation is not included in this course fee. However 10% discounted accommodation has been arranged on ‘first book first serve’ basis while rooms are available at the venue and some hotels.
All payments/cheques must be in favour of:
AccountName: Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (E-Learning)
Account No: 1011692086
Bank: Zenith Bank PLC
Formal Lectures, Discussions and Case Studies
Date: 7th and 8th November, 2012
Venue: Bovina View International Hotel
Opposite Tuyil Pharmaceutical Ltd
New Yidi Road
Time: 9.00Am—4.00Pm daily
For more Information and Registration, Please contact:
Idowu Olusile: 08037142374, e-mail: email@example.com
Liberty Echewodoh: 08033106931, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Computer Professionals (Registration Council of Nigeria)
110 Norman Williams Street
Off Keffi Street, Ikoyi, Lagos