Situations referring to the organization, classification and management of economic data

Măriuţa ŞERBAN, Lăcrămioara-Rodica HURLOIU, Raluca-Mariana ŞTEFAN, Iulian-Ioan HURLOIU

Abstract


 An efficient information system provides relevant, accurate, reliable and timely information to users. This information is stored as data in files, which must be arranged and maintained so that users can easily obtain the information they need.

Data management is a very important part of the economic organizational information system because it influences the speed with which data can be obtained and, therefore, the decision may be taken. There are times when speed decision is vital to the economic organization. Such information systems, resource data type must be organized and structured in a logical way that allows easy access, efficient processing, fast data access and effective management.

 


Keywords


data classification, managing data, data access, data management

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26458/1533

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