Web Based Information System and Client Monitoring System
This project uses Rapid Application Development model as the software development life cycle. The developer/researchers used PHP, MySQL and Bootstrap for the development of the Web Based Information System and Client Monitoring System.
Requirements planning phase: combines elements of the system planning and systems analysis phases of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Users, managers, and IT staff members discuss and agree on business needs, project scope, constraints, and system requirements. This is the stage where the researchers and the end-users conduct an initial talk about the specification of the system.
User design phase: during this phase, users interact with systems analysts and develop models and prototypes that represent all system processes, inputs, and outputs. This stage focuses on the design of the project such as the database design, user interface design, etc.
Construction phase: focuses on program and application development task similar to the SDLC. In RAD, however, users continue to participate and can still suggest changes or improvements as actual screens or reports are developed. Its tasks are programming and application development, coding, unit-integration and system testing. This is the focus of the model, to develop a prototype in the early stage of the project. The output will be presented to the client for testing and for additional input, changes and modification of the system until such time that the client or end-user satisfies with the output.
Cutover phase: resembles the final tasks in the SDLC implementation phase, including data conversion, testing, changeover to the new system, and user training. Compared with traditional methods, the entire process is compressed. As a result, the new system is built, delivered, and placed in operation much sooner. This is also refers to the implementation of the project, the system will be installed on a live environment with live data to further test the reliability of the system.
– Login, logout, change password
– Calendar for delivery schedule
– Can create, update and delete to do list
– Can create, update and delete pending Works
– Notification for pending and approve projects, job orders, work accomplishment etc.
– Can modify access level to all user account
– Can add, edit, and delete client Account
– Can create, update and delete categories
– Can create, update, delete and print job order form
– Can create, update, delete and print Purchase requisition Form
– Can create, update, delete and print Transportation request
– Can create, update, delete and print Payment request form
– Can create, update, delete and print Work accomplishment form
– Can create, update, delete and print Preventive Maintenance
– Can create, update, delete and print Corrective Maintenance
– Can send inquiry provided by the company interested with the client services
– Can create, update, delete and print Contract monitoring
– Can create, update, delete and print Billing Monitoring
– Can generate and print reports by preventive Maintenance Report, Corrective maintenance Report,
– Work accomplishment reports, Client Monitoring reports and Job Monitoring reports
Monitoring Management- Case Study
According to the study conducted by Doctor Angel Rappelled, Mr Gomati Nathan, and Ms’ Chita. G (March 2014), Inventory problems of too great or too small quantities on hand can cause business failures. If an organization experiences stock-out of a critical monitoring item, production halts could result. Monitoring management indicates the broad frame work of managing inventory. The monitoring management technique is more useful in determine the optimum level of monitoring and finding answers to problem of safety stock and lead time. Monitoring management has become highly developed to meet the rising challenges in most corporate entities and this is in response to the fact that monitoring is an asset of distinct feature.
Computerized processes System
According to Primer (2005), for many businesses automating collecting of employee attendance data when employee begins their shifts still a manual process. Even business automated or computerized processes such as scheduling, inventory, purchasing, general ledger and payroll processing still use manual methods such as time cards or attendance sheet to collect time attendance time data. Nova time(2007, the system that will give management the power to not only utilize the tools we have available to as today but will continue to grow and evolve, giving and capability to incorporate.
The researcher learned that computerized process can utilized and continue to grow the good development process of the said system.
System Screenshots in no particular order
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Patrick Tandoc Sarmiento