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Introduction to the Final Year Project

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BIT Year 3 Degree - Individual Project. …

BIT Year 3 Degree - Individual Project.
Guidance to select a project.
Slides used for a video recorded discussion on 8 Jan 2009.

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  • 1. IT6103 Final Year Project INTRODUCTION
  • 2.
    • PROJECT OVERVIEW
    • PROJECT OBJECTIVES
    • TIME TO BE SPENT ON THE PROJECT
    • PROJECT SCOPE
    • EXAMPLES OF PROJECTS
    • HOW TO SELECT A PROJECT
    • SELECTING A CLIENT
    • PROJECT SUPERVISOR
  • 3. PROJECT OVERVIEW
    • The individual project is by far the most important single piece of work in the BIT degree programme.
    • Project also aims to assess the candidate’s ability to communicate his/her ideas and work.
    • It is equivalent to three (3) Modules in the BIT degree programme
    • from the end of the second year through to the end of the third year covering over 300 hours of work.
  • 4.
    • IS design & development skills
      • Construct a project from initial ideas, via a thorough analysis of the problem;
      • Use references
      • Apply theories, tools and techniques from taught courses;
    • Report Writing Skills
      • Formal report writing.
    • Summarising and Presenting Skills
      • Demonstrate the solution to the problem through developed software;
      • Defend ideas in discussions and presentations;
  • 5.  
  • 6.
    • A project in business and science is a collaborative enterprise, frequently involving research or design, that is carefully planned to achieve a particular aim.
    • Software is a collection of computer programs, procedures and documentation that perform some tasks on an operating system.
  • 7.
    • Business software is generally any software program that helps a business increase productivity or measure their productivity.
    • The term covers a large variation of uses within the business environment, and can be categorized by using a small, medium and large.
  • 8. Small size
    • The small business market generally consists of home accounting software, and office suites such as
      • Microsoft Office and
      • OpenOffice.org.
  • 9. Medium size
    • The medium size, has a broader range of software applications, ranging from
      • accounting,
      • groupware,
      • customer relationship management,
      • human resources software,
      • outsourcing relationship management,
      • loan origination software
  • 10. Large Size
    • The last segment covers enterprise level software applications, such as those in the fields of
      • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
      • Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
      • Business Process Management and
      • Product Lifecycle Management
  • 11.  
  • 12. Types of Applications - Examples
    • Library
    • University
    • Banking
    • Credit Card Transactions
    • Billing
    • Stock Broker
    • Sales
    • Manufacturing
    • Payroll
    • Inventory
    • Insurance
    • Airlines
    • Rental
    • Employment
    • Transportation
    • Real Estate
    • Fuel Station
    • Hotel
    • Health
    • Taxi
    • Land Registry
    • Registration of Births
    • Passport
  • 13. Medical and Health Care
    • Hospital Information Systems
    • Clinic Administration Accounting
    • Laboratory Information Processing
    • Pharmacy Management
  • 14. Hospital IS
    • Doctor’s information, speciality
    • Ward information, no. of beds
    • Theatre information, facilities
    • Patient information, admittance information
    • Consultation information, booking
    • Listing
      • Read each record and print. In time sequence.
  • 15. Financials
    • Asset Management
    • Financial Planning
    • Financial Analysis
    • Financial Consolidation
    • Expenditure Management
    • Billing and Cash Collection
    • Cash Management
  • 16. Accounting
    • Inventory Control
    • Accounting Receivable
    • Accounting Payable
    • Payroll
    • General Ledger
  • 17.
    • Accounting software is application software that records and processes accounting transactions within functional modules such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and trial balance.
    • Payroll
      • Paycheck
      • Payroll taxes
      • Pay slip
      • Payroll card
      • Payroll Frequencies
  • 18. Human Resource
    • Effective Recruitment
    • Effective Training, Retention and Career Planning
    • Compensation Management and Flexible, Scalable Payroll
    • Flexible Organisation Planning
  • 19. Library
    • Membership
    • Reference
    • Borrow
    • Return
    • Order
  • 20.  
  • 21. Sales and Distribution Application STORE Store 1 | Colombo Store 2 | Kandy INVENTORY Store 1 | P1 | 50 Store 1 | P3 | 20 Store 2 | P2 | 100 Store 2 | P1 | 30 ORDERS Store 1 | P3 | 3428 | 0052 | 10 Store 2 | P2 | 3428 | 0098 | 7 Store 2 | P3 | 3428 | 0098 | 15 Store 2 | P4 | 5726 | 0099 | 1 PRODUCT P1 | Printer P2 | Diskette P3 | Disk Drive P4 | Modem SUPPLIER 3428 | East West 5726 | DMS STORE Store Name | City INVENTORY Store Name | Part No | Quantity ORDERS Store Name | Part No | Vendor No | Order No | Quantity PRODUCT Product No | Description SUPPLIER Supplier No | Supplier Name
  • 22. Relationships To integrate data and provide required information
  • 23. Use Case Diagram
  • 24. Sequence Diagram
  • 25. Data – Product Categories
  • 26. Data – Product Details
  • 27. Data - Suppliers
  • 28. Data - Orders
  • 29. Hospital IS
    • Sorting
      • By room number
    • Selecting
      • Patients in the intensive care
    • Summarising
      • Summary of patient’s treated by each doctor
    • Reporting
      • Doctor’s report showing their patients
  • 30. Information - Product List
  • 31. Information - Employee Sales by Country
  • 32. Information -