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Consider these three positions at McDonalds: retail store manager (in charge of the day-to-day operations at one store), district manager (responsible for the operations at multiple stores), and president of McDonalds North America (in charge of operations throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico). Each one have different information needs. Here is a list of different systems that can satisfy those needs (please notice that you might find variations on how these systems are named).

Transaction Processing Systems (TPS)
Knowledge Systems and Office Automation Systems (KWS and OSA)
Management Information System (MIS)
Decision Support Systems (DDS)
Executive Support Systems (ESS)
Identify the type of information each of these systems provide. Once done please specify for each of the three management levels mentioned which systems they will benefit of using and why.

Please download the Word document (Information Needs Table) that is included in the assignment. Once downloaded complete the table included.

Criteria:
1. Shows that research was performed - Shows clear understanding of what type of information each system provides
2. Connection to outside experiences - In-depth synthesis of thoughtfully selected aspects of experiences related to the topic. Makes clear connections between what is learned from outside experiences and the topic.
3. Discussion - Addresses the topic with clarity; organizes and synthesizes information; and draws conclusions
4. Accuracy - Associates correctly most of the systems to the correct type of manager

No word limit. It has to be detailed and well explained.

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