The Relation of Clothing Shop Information Systems to Levels of Organization

Swe Zin Aung, Thida Tun, Nay Zar Oo, Hlaing Htake Khaung Tin


The popular of e-commerce market in the 21st century, more and more consumers are changing their shopping behaviour and prefer to do their usual shopping from the comfort of their homes rather than putting up with the time consuming physical store deal. The information needs are different at different organizational levels. Accordingly the information can be categorized as: strategic information, managerial information and operational information. The proposed system can be used for shopping information system activities and it is an easy to use information system that will assist both buyers and sellers shop effectively. This paper objective is to show the relation of clothing shop information systems to levels of organization. Another objective is to know the major information system in organization and their relationship.

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