Ifeoma Tuebi-Egbegi


This study investigates the effect of Management Information System (MIS) on performance of deposit money banks in Nigeria. The study employed a cross sectional survey research design. The sample size of the study was 117 drawn from 265 employees of DMBs working in Kaduna. The study utilized SPSS and PLS-SEM to analyze the data. The result suggested that MIS dimensions were related to performance of DMBs in Kaduna. Specifically, the Technology information system, Organization information system, Management information systemwere found to be significantly and positively related with performance of DMBs in Nigeria. The study thus, concluded that MIS has significant effect in improving the performance of DMBs. It is therefore recommended that management of DMBs, human resource units in particular should effectively and efficiently utilize their MIS in order to enhance their performance and sustain their competitive advantage.


Performance, Technology, Organization, Management, Management Information System.

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