Trends in I.S: Transaction Processing Systems

10 Mar

As promised, for my last blog, I will be focusing on Transaction Processing Systems (TPS). A TPS is a very valuable asset to business because it deals with processing routine transactions efficiently and accurately. It involves collecting, modifying and retrieving all transaction data used in business transactions.

TPS consist of invoicing systems, payroll systems and stock control systems. They support operational level employees in a business. TPS is known for its high performance standards, consistency and reliability. It is also known as transaction processing or real-time processing.

The following image is a simplified explanation of TPS:


This was my last ever blog on trends in I.S so I hope you enjoy reading this blog and that you also appreciated my previous blogs! 🙂

Thanks again!


One Response to “Trends in I.S: Transaction Processing Systems”

  1. sad112759089 March 11, 2013 at 1:02 am #

    I say TPS is very popular among supermarkets! Good diagram also!

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