1. Analysis and design of the Output from the input into the planning of measures for the analysis and design of the steps. The boundary between analysis and design is very unclear in many cases. Generally, system analysis should give a more detailed explanation of the purpose of the system; determine and document the specific information needs for a particular user, and determine the source of the information. Purpose of change this design into a certain structure that can be implemented in a computer program that actually will be the system. Analysis of the step system is discussed in more detail in Chapter 3, which introduced a structured analysis and documentation techniques called REA. Chapter 4 covers design issues in more detail and gives an overview of the principles of database design basics. An MIS is just a special type of systems and all systems have the same basic features. All systems include inputs, processes applied to the input, and outputs that are designed to achieve a number of objectives. A simple characterization of MIS development process is to determine what your organization needs, what output input available to generate the output, and to design processes that change the available inputs into the desired output.