Water Refilling Station Management System

July 31, 2017 | Author: Clydee DeCastro Vegh | Category: Conceptual Model, Databases, Systems Engineering, Information Technology, Technology
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Information technology is a modern phenomenon that has dramatically changed the daily lives of individuals and businesses throughout the world. Modern business from initial organization through grouping of essential functions into operating departments. Management and the decision-making process, financing, operations, and marketing considerations are studied, with actual cases used to illustrate problems in small and big businesses. One of the fast expanding businesses nationwide is the Water Refilling Station. Water Refilling Stations are small water systems that have its own water purification facility producing potable drinking water. This study covers the proposed system of Aijem’s Water Refilling Station the company is located at Malasiqui, Pangasinan. Since the company started in the year 2001, they are using manual based operation. Mainly pertaining to the untimely processing of their data and information reliability. To overcome the deficiencies of manual operation, the developers proposed a system for Aijem’s Water Refilling Station to help the company to be on top and align with the fast growing businesses in the province, to promote quality of service, and avoid waste of time.


•To identify the existing system used by Aijem’s Water Refilling Station. •To identify the problems encountered in the existing system. •To describe the features of the system.



Waterfall Model •Requirement Analysis •System Design •System Development •System Testing •System Implementation

Water Refilling Station Management System

Figure 1.1 The schematic research paradigm for the process of Water Refilling Station Management System

 To identify the existing system used by Aijem’s Water Refilling Station.  To identify the problems encountered in the existing system.

 To describe the features of the system.  To test the acceptability of the system.

 The system administrator will have access to the whole system including all administrative rights these includes; changes of passwords, addition, deletion and updating of information, reports viewing and access to transaction. Cashier can only perform transaction on the system it does not have administrative rights except adding and updating customer information.  Customer Information  Ordering and billing  Sales summary report

 Summary of expenses report  Reports for the list of customers for follow up

 In the proposed system, ordering via SMS generation is not implemented.  Printing of receipts and transactions through credit cards and cheques are beyond the scope.  It does not offer reservations.

 It has no online features.  Employee information system is not covered in the proposed system.

 Aijem’s Water Refilling Station  Manager  Cashier  Customers  Suppliers  Developers

 Future Developers

 The researchers will use waterfall model in the development of the Management System for Aijem’s Water Refilling Station. The selected methodology incorporates systematic development techniques to the project. Waterfall model is discipline approach; it requires each stage of the software development to be documented. Besides that, the correctness of the product is checked on each stage of the product building. This ensures only the correct product that fulfils the users requirements are built during the whole development process.

 Requirements Phase  Design Phase  Implementation Phase  Testing  Delivery phase

 The primary sources of data in the design and development of the system are the information derived from the structured interview with Ms. Resurreccion M. Mejia, manager. Through the conducted interview the researchers were able to identify the existing processes of Aijem’s Water Refilling Station.  Browsing the internet, printed materials such as books and thesis, and documents used by the company served as the secondary sources of data.

 Interview Guide  Library Research  Internet Research  Observation

 Use Case  Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD)  Database Schema  Database Instance  Flow Chart

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