Dictionary Term

Strategic Information Systems

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Strategic information systems (SIS) are systems that merge a business’ technology with strategic planning to create a structure to better plan and execute objectives and improve responses to changing market conditions. SIS first emerged in the early 1980s, and has become more sophisticated and effective as technology has advanced.

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