With the whole world now a global village with all wired via computer systems the business system environment is then dominated by computerised technology. The purpose of this paper was to examine the effect of management information system as a process for improving the key variants of organisation functions as it affects revenue, cost, data security and consequentially the organizational achievement of contributing to the stakeholders welfare.There is hardly any distinction in the utilisation of management information system from small to large organisations, it’s a function of birds nesting according to size and thus the review is taken from the statutory compliance, customer database management and the safety of the data involved including the hardware devices. Accounting information system and the operational information system combined with separate or integrated forecasting and reporting tool are essential components of information management and most critically the people that will operate the system. The research design was descriptive survey to study and observe the influence of management information system in organizational success in a competitive cyber-crime prone environment. The analysis revealed that all proxies of management information system such as general information system, production simulation system, reporting package, forecasting tool have a significant positive effect on the statutory reporting compliance (Adjusted R2= 0.945, F-statistics = 351.505. : p= 0.000<0.05). All proxies of management information system have a significant positive effect on customer relationship management (Adjusted R2= 0.847, F-statistics = 113.534.: p= 0.000<0.05). The result also shows all proxies of management information system have a positive effect on data storage and security (Adjusted R2= 0.935, F-statistics = 291.517.: p= 0.000<0.05). Thus, the study concluded that the proxies of management information system considered have a significant positive influence on the quality of corporate reporting.
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