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Customer Satisfaction Survey App Related Literature

Customer Satisfaction Survey App Related Literature

Customer Satisfaction Survey App Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

     This chapter review different related literature on Customer Satisfaction Survey Application with reference to services and present various studies made regarding the issues related with manual Customer Satisfaction Survey.

Foreign Concept

Measuring Customer Satisfaction in Higher Education

According to the website Aldridge & Rowley (2006) states that, the students of Edge Hill University College use a questionnaire‐based survey to collect information on student satisfaction. Student responses were collected electronically through on‐screen questionnaires accessible over an intranet. Outcomes suggest that there remains some resistance to the completion of an electronic questionnaire and both paper and electronic versions are likely to continue to be necessary in order to achieve optimum response rates. These aspects have been further explored with focus groups and fed into the quality plan for the college.

Student Satisfaction of Online Courses for Educational Leadership

According to the website Sampson et al., (2010) states that, the study explored the students’ satisfaction of course components: instruction, communication, assessment, leadership, teamwork, professionalism, and respect / diversity. The findings on the first cohort survey with a hybrid format of course delivery, the 2005 baseline, showed a positive satisfaction with overall means between 3.79 and 4.48 on a five point Likert-scale with a 5 meaning strong agreement with satisfaction.

Enrollment System Review of Related Literature

Enrollment System Review of Related Literature

Enrollment System Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE/SYSTEM

This chapter presents the review of the related literature and studies and the technical background of which will discuss the technicality of the project, details of the technologies to be used and the relevance of the project.

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE/SYSTEMS

Computerized Enrollment System

According to Studymode.com (2012) computerized enrollment system tends to replace what we called “Paper Less” transaction and also it will make any transaction easier and faster. Also it tends to lessen manpower and human efforts in terms of processing any transaction in regards with enrollment transaction.

(http://www.studymode.com/essays/Computerized-Enrollment-Thesis-927388.html)

Record Keeping

According to Chifwepa (2009) records have a dual function. Not only do they enable a school to have a clear picture of what is available and what is required, but they also provide justification of certain needs. Furthermore, they serve to extend the memory by which persons and/or organizations can pass their cultures and achievements on to future generations. Record keeping is vital to an education system’s information cycle as a whole, because of its fundamental role in the process of efficient information production and collection. Since some of the most crucial information is produced at the school level, the importance of creating a systematic record-keeping culture at that level cannot be stressed enough. (http://www.adeanet..org/adeaPortal)

Cloud Based File Management Review of Related Literature and Studies

Cloud Based File Management Review of Related Literature and Studies

Cloud Based File Management Review of Related Literature and Studies

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES

            This chapter includes some important terms that are used in the study and some related studies such as books, past written thesis, journals and other significant materials which are written in foreign and local language and that can be relevant and can provide a foundation of the study. It also includes the conceptual model of the study.

File Management

            The data that we work with on computers is kept in a hierarchical file system in which directories have files and subdirectories beneath them. Although we use the computer operating system to keep our image data organized, how we name files and folders, how we arrange these nested folders, and how we handle the files in these folders are the fundamental aspects of file management. The operating system’s organization of our data can be enhanced by the use of cataloging programs, which make organizing and finding image files easier than simply relying on the computer’s directory structure. Another feature of catalog programs is that they can streamline backup procedures for better file protection. (Anderson & Krogh, 2015)

File Management is very important, because if they are not stored in an ordered, methodical way you may never be able to find them again. Secondly, files need to be backed up. USB’s, CD’s and even hard drives can become corrupted. It is also possible to delete important files by mistake – human errors occur frequently when a person is very tired – leading to the loss of that important assignment. If only there was another copy on another disk (Palmer, 2015).

Clinic Information System with Decision Support System Related Literature

Clinic Information System with Decision Support System Related Literature

Clinic Information System with Decision Support System Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE / SYSTEM

Related Literature

Decision Support System “Evolution”

Daniel E. O’Leary

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California

1. Introduction

Apparently, Courbon, Grajew and Tolovi (1978) were the first to use the notion of “evolution” in decision support systems (DSS).  Soon after that, Keen (1980) elaborated on key aspects related to evolution in DSS.  That research was most concerned with the notion that DSS evolve over time: the development methodology of DSS is an evolutionary one.  In a closely related set of developments, Lehman et al. (1983) appear to have been the first to use the term “evolution” in conjunction with generic computer software.  In particular, Lehman (1998) labeled software development and maintenance, as software “evolution.”  He described software change and enhancement as “unending,” suggesting that evolution also is unending.

1.1 Scope

DSS as a bundle of hardware, data and knowledge, user interface and software application -change and evolve over time.  As a result, the purpose of this paper is to investigate the notion of DSS evolution and DSS characteristics and component evolution.  Previous literature has primarily been concerned about the notions that DSS evolve and that methodologies of DSS development consider that evolution.  In addition, there has been some concern as to why DSS evolve.  However, there has been limited research according to how DSS actually change and evolve over time.  Accordingly, we review the previous literature on DSS evolution, according to its individual components and provide specificity for DSS evolution through those components changing over time.  In addition, we extend the notion of evolution to a more proactive perspective, aimed at management of evolution, where we try to predict and facilitate evolution as part of DSS management, rather than just passive evolution.

Student Academic Performance Tracking Related Literature

Student Academic Performance Tracking Related Literature

Student Academic Performance Tracking Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

These related literature and studies are herein cited to give better understanding of the said study and to find out what have been done on the study.

Edmodo Learning Platform

Based in San Mateo, California (USA), Edmodo was founded in 2008 by Nicolas Borg and Jeff O’Hara. It is considered as a social networking site (very similar to Facebook) for teachers and students.

It provides a secure and easy environment where pupils can share their content, and access several activities, evaluations and notices. Users can send and receive messages, discuss on forums and share digital resources such as videos, audios or images. All evaluations and grades are easily stored and accessible anytime. It can be accessible online and by mobile devices (including Android and iPhones). The platform is available in 6 languages including English, German, Greek, French, Spanish and Portuguese. In the first quarter of 2013, there were over 18.8 million people registered in over 90 countries. 85 of the largest US school districts have already chosen it(http:www//edmodo.com)

According to Veletsianos and Navarrete of University of Texas at Austin, USA, the potential of social networking sites to contribute to educational endeavors is highlighted by researchers and practitioner’s alike, empirical evidence on the use of such sites for formal online learning is scant. The literature suggests that SNSs hold promise for online education. Nevertheless, considerable gaps exist in the empirical literature, especially with regards to what the student experience is like in these environments. A contributing factor to these gaps is the scarcity of studies reporting on the use of social networks in formal education, with Arnold and Paulus (2010). (http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/1078/2077)

Cloud Based Customer Satisfaction Survey Application

Cloud Based Customer Satisfaction Survey Application

Cloud Based Customer Satisfaction Survey Application

INTRODUCTION

As cited in the website of (www.umsl.edu), for the past three decades Decision Support System (DSS) have evolved from simple model-oriented systems to advanced multi-function entities. During the 1960’s, most Decision Support Systems were fairly based on powerful (and expensive) mainframe computers which provided managers with structured and periodic reports.  Decision Support Systems welcomes contributions on the concepts and operational basis for DSSs, techniques for implementing and evaluating DSSs, DSS experiences, and related studies.

The company value the quality of processing transactions. Research should have a platform using web, an intranet in order to have communication and to enhance procedural filing of data needed.

We had been noticed currently using the manual process of customer satisfaction survey and it causes to the Research and Development Office and Human Resource Department of doing heavy task of manipulating the files.  The number of population of the students has been increased as of the registrar’s office therefore; there would be also an increase or a lot of works to do of the Research and Development office.  The manual customer satisfaction survey slows down the processing and delaying the submission of survey as well as the security of data of the students has not been defined in manual system.  Forms are being stored on cabinets. Stack of reports sometimes maybe lost due to some other files.  It takes time of records to be sorted.

Library Management System Review of Related Literature and Studies

Library Management System Review of Related Literature and Studies

Library Management System Review of Related Literature and Studies

CHAPTER II

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES

This chapter includes related literature and studies with regards to Library Management System. Below are following Foreign and Local Related Literature and Studies.

A computerized library system for a school keeps track of all books and periodicals in the library and their check-out status. The library system also interfaces with an external relational database which stores information about the library users (students, faculty, and staff), including whether they have any library items checked out. Library users can access the catalog and recall books and periodicals. Library employees have the same access as well as additional capabilities (e.g., listing the status of an item). (www.cs.missouri.edu)

Alumni Information System Review of Related Literature

Alumni Information System Review of Related Literature

Alumni Information System Review of Related Literature

CHAPTER II

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

This chapter presents the review of the related literature and studies that will enable the researchers to acquire basic information and references in the present study. The researchers cited important facts that would support the significance and relevance to the development of Alumni Information System.

RELATED LITERATURE

Online Alumni Tracking System

An Online Alumni Tracking System is an example of web application which is under the information systems. It helps an academic institution in tracking its alumni. Also, it helps the alumni to communicate with the institution through the use of the internet. It also helps the alumni to get updated with the latest news and upcoming events of the institution. This application can easily be accessed through the use of the internet which will be very useful to the alumni because they can keep in touch with the institution even if they do not visit the school. This application can be very useful especially to those alumni who are now living abroad because they can still get connected with their fellowmen and the institution. This application is also useful because it can make transactions and process paperless.

Online Bus Dispatch and Scheduling System Database Design

Online Bus Dispatch and Scheduling System Database Design

Online Bus Dispatch and Scheduling System Database Design

Introduction

The project entitled Bus Dispatch and Scheduling System is an online platform design and develop in PHP, MySQL and Bootstrap.

Displays information for dispatching list of buses, time, information about tickets and other information about buses. Provides easy access to makes schedule for buses. Provides security and user privacy access. Displays the bus information (time arrival, bus number, time schedule, etc.).

Electronic reports on system, next bus, and list of buses will arrive that time, by bus number and bus arrival basis for decision-making.

Hotel Reservation and Billing System Database Design

Hotel Reservation and Billing System Database Design

Hotel Reservation and Billing System Database Design

Description:

The purpose of this article is to provide you with a sample database design in developing your own hotel reservation and billing system. The content includes the list of tables together with their respective entities and data types.

Objectives of the Study

The aim of the system is to design, develop and implement a hotel reservation with billing system that implements a normalized database structure and will replace the manual process of reservation and billing.

Specifically, the study will:

  1. To automate the reservation process of the hotel.
  2. To automate the process of billing.
  3. To provide an accurate records and information for the customers.