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Internet Mission Office System (iMOS) is a Web application designed to help mission office staff manage mission information and perform other tasks. iMOS shares data with other applications that contain missionary information, so less manual data entry is required. For example, shortly after missionary calls are recorded in Missionary Management System (MMS) at Church headquarters, the missionaries' information appears in iMOS for the missions to which they are assigned. All missions with an Internet connection will be able to use iMOS, which will replace the current Mission Office System (MOS) during 2008.

iMOS is separated in multiple projects. Work on project 1 began in 2006. Development is currently in the middle of project 2. The beta version of project 1, which is currently operating in nine missions, contains functionality for managing mission organization. It gives mission presidents the ability to create transfer scenarios, which provide a visual representation of the mission's organization. Using transfer scenarios, a mission president can see how changes to missionaries' assignments will affect the entire mission.

A partial release of iMOS project 2, currently in beta testing, provides mission president account review and key indicator functionality. Two releases that will include additional financial features are tentatively scheduled for spring 2008, first for beta testing and then to a wider range of missions. The first major release of the product will roll out in stages worldwide, beginning in the second quarter of 2008.

The original MOS was created utilizing the DataEase database in 1991 and was upgraded to Microsoft Access in 2000. MOS stores information locally and then transmits it to Church headquarters. In contrast, iMOS stores data centrally.

iMOS was built with Java Stack 2.0, an application created by the Church that utilizes open-source tools to streamline and standardize the effort behind launching an official Church application. The main components of Java Stack are JavaServer Faces (JOSEF), the service tier using Spring, the build tool built upon Maven, and the object-relational mapping (ORM) query language JPA/Hibernate. iMOS has 100% JUnit testing and can boast a zero PMD score.

In addition to the improved functionality of iMOS the application has an extensive help system that includes Flash-animated demonstrations. A training video is in production that will introduce the system to the mission office staff and give an overview of the system's functionality.

iMOS will simplify mission office management and increase the efficiency with which mission offices function, thus allowing office missionaries more time to spread the gospel.



# elder garcia 2011-09-12 15:33
hola como esta
# elder garland 2011-10-10 02:07
bien y tu quien eres
# Ntumba Pius Cimanga 2013-05-21 06:28
yes i believe in god his my king
# Georgia Hamblin 2014-02-21 13:20
It looks like no one is posting on this site, however just for fun I will tell you I am currently serving in the Mission Office of the Copenhagen Denmark mission.....imos is a valuable tool and I am just beginning to appreciate it as I wrote release letters today for four missionaries....13 letters in all! Once the Templates are created and you work out the is a time saver and wonderful! You must be careful to edit and proofread your letters before printing, and you will have to start the process all over again if you find mistakes.....I have yet to learn how to save and edit before I push the print button....but I did have my first experience today....yesterday was a disaster...after all the letters went to the President for his additions, when I went back in to finish and print them, my Office mentor and trainer pushed the wrong button and we lost everything! My heart ached for the President who almost had tears in his eyes....
# Gregory Imongirie 2015-05-04 07:17
Its good to have a system like this, it has really serve well in calabar mission Nigeria, am grateful for this Technology, its my hope it is improved
# elder zaragoza 2011-10-10 14:44
que hacen aqui fritos????
# Elder Sindayen 2012-02-26 19:09
# Elder Anderson 2012-04-23 12:48
# Morgan Clark 2012-06-08 19:10
Any work still being done on this project? Multiple threads have mentioned a way to better organize HT/VT in the ward. I had always thought "great idea" but who knows when it will be worked on. It has been mentioned for a while. I was surprised to learn that the mission presidents already use a similar tool. It would be nice to have something (even an app on the side) to organize routes by family groups.
# Juan Carlos Juarez del Cid 2013-07-27 12:27
# Anna Paula Lima dos Santos 2014-09-30 21:21
Oi. Alguém que fala português aqui?
# Skye Anthony Barton 2014-10-09 10:37
Eu falo um pouco de Portugués. De onde você é?
# Anna Paula Lima dos Santos 2015-12-12 22:34
Quoting Skye Anthony Barton:
Eu falo um pouco de Portugués. De onde você é?

# Felipe dos Santos Sá 2016-04-20 15:52
sim, eu!!!! jejeje
# Luke William Maeser 2014-12-07 21:26
Hola García!
# Freddy Armetico Garcia 2017-01-18 09:35

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