The British Academy for Training and Development proudly offers a training course in the fundamentals of Information Systems (IS). This course involves widening the participants' knowledge in the field of Information Systems (IS) as well as teaching them how to master the most common fundamentals and strategies that are used in managing these systems.
An information system is a computer system that provides management and other personnel within an organization with up-to-date information regarding the organization's performance; for example, current inventory and sales. It usually is linked to a computer network, which is created by joining different computers together in order to share data and resources. It is designed to capture, transmit, store, retrieve, manipulate, and or display information used in one or more business processes. These systems output information in a form that is useable at all levels of the organization: strategic, tactical, and operational.
Information Systems (IS) has gained great importance. Thus, universities have made a special branch for teaching Information Systems (IS) methodologies, and their most essential techniques of management. This is due to their great importance as well as being an integral part of the business of any company where it facilitates works reaching better results.