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What is Business Objects

This refers to system software that  runs on computers that help a business to organise itself and its information. This can be where a number of software is used in different areas to report different information. Most business objects are (MIS's) management information systems, which is primarily a reporting system to help management.

Getting the right system is important as management can only make decisions on information they have. The size, complexity, number of staff and departments of the business will be other factors used to decide on the correct one.

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