A Decision Support System (DSS) is a class of information
systems (including but not limited to computerized systems)
that support business and organizational decision-making
activities. A properly designed DSS is an interactive
software-based system intended to help decision makers
compile useful information from a combination of raw data,
documents, personal knowledge, or business models to
identify and solve problems and make decisions.
Benefits of DSS
Improves personal efficiency
Expedites problem solving (speed up the progress of
problems solving in an organization)
Facilitates interpersonal communication
Promotes learning or training
Increases organizational control
Generates new evidence in support of a decision
Creates a competitive advantage over competition
Encourages exploration and discovery on the part of the
Reveals new approaches to thinking about the problem space
Helps automate the managerial processes
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Recruitment and selection of HR in HUL
Hi , I am a graduated in science at the year of 2006 & have
started my professional career from that year as an HR
personnel and still working. I have also got a bit of sales
experiences in between this. Currently I am doing PGD in
HRM from ICFAI & has done a Management Development
Programme from IIM(Indian Institute of Management). My
questions are 1) Am I moving in right direction towards my
career ? 2)Will it be necessary to mention my Sales-
Experience in my resume(as it was about 1yr.) , 3)What kind
of job I can apply after finishing my PGD ?