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MIS

(solid-state physics)

MIS

MIS

(1) (Management Information System) An information system that integrates data from all the departments it serves and provides operations and management with the information they require.

It was "the" buzzword of the mid to late 1970s, when online systems were implemented in all large organizations. See decision support system.

(2) (Management Information Services) See Information Systems.
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132 top managers of agricultural extension providers were included but only those who already had been using an MIS were approached.
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This time the work plan for the project was developed in consort with representatives from MIS, regulatory compliance, and customer relations right from the start.
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Published clinical results demonstrate that MIS for knee replacement can result in a smaller surgical scar, faster rehabilitation and less postoperative pain.
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