A database management system (DBMS) offers several advantages, such as preventing redundancy of data and improvement in data security. DBMS reduces the costs associated with the retrieval of data.
When DBMS is installed in a computer system, consistency of data is improved as updating errors are minimized. The computer systems are no longer dependent on application programs, so the data has better integrity.
According to the Society of Quality Assurance, a regulated research community, DBMS has host and query programs that improve data access to users. According to the Management Study Guide, an educational portal, DBMS has the capability to restore whenever there is a system crash. Thus, DBMS offers good backup and recovery for a system.