International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Linking Management Information Systems (MIS) Applications with High Performance: A Case Study of Business Organizations in Saudi Arabia
Omar A. Nasseef

The current research was designed to measure the effectiveness of Management Information Systems (MIS) applications in refining the performance of the business organizations in Saudi Arabia. This study evaluated the impact of MIS applications on the organizational performance by minimizing the organizations’ flaws and expenditures while elevating clients’ satisfaction and ameliorating the general quality of different procedures. The field of study includes all the personnel in the different categories of the middle and high administration that counts up to 180 workers. A total number of 180 questionnaires were circulated among the workers and 100% of them were received. With the usage of statistical approaches that utilize mathematical rates and standard deviations, the researcher has reached the following: The research realized its objectives in improving the performance of the Saudi business organizations. Accordingly, it offered tools for limiting the chances of any flaw, increasing clients’ satisfaction, decreasing overall expenditures, and improving the quality of general procedures. Several recommendations were brought to light as a result of this research study, which emphasized utilization of MIS applications to improve performance, on condition that all the requirements, procedure, and conditions are met in order to reduce errors, cost cut, improvement of operations, and customer satisfaction.

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