The British Academy for Training and Development presents a training course about Transaction Process Systems (TPS) which are considered as part of modern management information systems; according to curriculums approved by the Academy.
Information Systems (IS) is a set of computer-based systems that are especially designed to provide help for companies and organizations in order to carry out their work, achieve their targets, and speed up work implementation. It also helps companies' directors in the process of decisions making. In addition, these systems help companies and organizations in surveillance issues, networking, data computation, communication between company branches, and office work facilitation. In this regard, the importance of learning the principles of Information Systems management is demonstrated.
A Transaction Process System (TPS) is an information processing system for business transactions involving the collection, modification and retrieval of all transaction data. Characteristics of a TPS include performance, reliability and consistency.
Transaction Process Systems (TPS) are considered the oldest type of Information Systems. They support the transformation of data into meaningful information as they undertake daily routine tasks in organizations. Information Technology (IT) plays an essential role in the same as it is deemed a process included in all fields and divisions of companies; including marketing, human resources, accounting and production. Transaction Process Systems (TPS) makes it available to access the required outcomes immediately. For example, schedules of Institution invoices or salary statements…etc.