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Title: Modeling and Implementing a Stores Management Information System Using Vb6 and Ms-Access Case Study: Kitante Hill School
Authors: Senyonjo, Nelson Douglas
Keywords: Stores Management
Information Systems
Issue Date: Jul-2005
Publisher: Kampala international international : School of computing and Information technology
Abstract: Kitante Hill School has a total of 15 departments (i.e. Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Computer, Art, English, Islamic Religious Education, History, Geography, Political Education, French Luganda, Mathematics, Agriculture departments) all of which highly utilize the services of the school store. Apparently, the School predominantly uses a manual system to process information on incoming scholastic materials from suppliers. There is use of bin cards and tabulated query logbooks to capture and store day-to-day details (i.e. receipts quantities, items worth, disbursement and balances). With the current methods in place, data arrangement, tallying, summarizing, detecting of shortages and generation reports at the end of the month leaves a lot to be desired. The system is undeniably lengthy, error prone and susceptible to data piracy. Inefficiency and inaccuracy of data input and output may easily cause discrepancies and errors in reports so generated. With awful security levels and high rate of human intervention, Kitante Hill School risks information corruption, loss and leakage to unauthorized personnel. The smooth running and automation of the operations of the school store is thus of paramount importance
Description: A Graduation Project Report Submitted To The School Of Computer Studies In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The Award Of A Degree Of Bachelor Of Computer Science Of Kampala International University.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/5072
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