Executive Information System (EIS): Executive Information System is an information system that provides strategic information tailor’s the meets of executives and the decision maker. The top executive gets the information they need from many sources, including letters, memos, periodicals, and reports produced manually as well as by the computer system. Other sources of executive information are meeting telephone calls, social activities. Executive Information System (EIS) is easy to operate and understand. It is a decision support system (DSS) used to assist senior executives in the decision-making process.
EIS emphasizes graphical displays and easy-to-use user interfaces. They offer strong reporting and drill-down capabilities, In general, EIS are enterprise-wide DSS that help top-level executives analyze, compare, and highlight trends in important variables so that they can monitor performance and identify opportunities and problems. EIS and data warehousing technologies are converging in the marketplace.
In recent years, the term EIS has lost popularity in favour of business intelligence (with the sub areas of reporting, analytics, and digital dashboards).
A good way to think about ESS is to imagine a senior management team in an aeroplane cockpit with the instrument panel showing the status of all the key business activities.
In EIS, Artificial intelligence is a science and technologies whose goals are to develop a computer that can think, as well as see hear work, talk and fit, many trusts are the development of computer function, normally associated with human intelligence. And an Expert system is a computer-based system that uses is knowledge about a specific complex application area, to act as an expert consultant to a user. It can be used in many different types of organizations to monitor enterprise performance as well as to identify opportunities and problems.