As a planned system of collecting, processing, storing and disseminating data in the form of information needed to manage organizations effectively, Coral’s Management Information system is highly efficient and effective. Coral MIS can collate humungous volumes of data from different reports and translate it into a format that can be used by your organisation’s key decision makers. This will enable decision makers to discover patterns and trends that would have gone unnoticed if the raw data were consulted separately.
Better Supply Chain Management with MIS
Coral MIS not only allows for the collation of vast amounts of business data, but it also saves valuable time for your workforce and enhances Supply Chain Management. With improved reporting of business processes and strategical insights gained from this reporting, you can better streamline the production process and manage everything from the sourcing of materials to the manufacturing and distribution of the finished product more efficiently.
Coral MIS for Employee Performance Management
Coral MIS also helps track performance of employees, projects and entire business units easily. Decision makers therefore can get insights into company and employee performance helping in better management of your workforce.
Strategic Insights from Coral MIS
Coral MIS assists in the planning, monitoring and implementation of strategy. Our management information systems help senior management formulate strategies, evaluate the effects of their strategies, and enable effective decision-making. With Coral MIS, you also get the option of running simulations – hypothetical scenarios that answer a variety of ‘what if’ questions allowing you to effectively assess alternative strategies.
Key Benefits of Coral MIS
The Coral MIS software can also assist organizations in providing vital information to support policy making, meet regulatory and legislative requirements, support research and development, enable effective resource utilization, record business transactions, identify and manage risks and document quality, performance and achievements.