DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A RECORD KEEPING SYSTEM OF A BUSINESS CENTRE (A CASE STUDY OF THE BUSINESS CENTRE OF CARITAS UNIVERSITY)

TABLE OF CONTENT
Title page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Table of content

CHAPTER ONE
1.0     Introduction
1.1     Background of the study
1.2     Statement of the problem
1.3     Purpose of the study
1.4     Significance of the study
1.5     Objectives of the study
1.6     Scope of the study
1.7     Limitations of the study
1.8     Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO
2.1     Literature review
2.2     Purpose
2.3     Comprehensive overview
2.4     Computerized recordkeeping/accounting system
2.5     Definitions of records management
2.6     Determine profit margin
2.7     Improve cash flow
2.8     Use supplier discounts
2.9     Measure performance
2.10   Requirements of a good system
2.11   Commercial record-keeping system
2.12   Computerized record keeping

CHAPTER THREE
3.0     Methodology system analysis and design
3.1     Research methodology
3.2     Analysis of existing system
3.3     Objective of the existing system
3.4     Problems of the existing system
3.5     Automation of record keeping system
3.6     Objectives of the automated record keeping system


CHAPTER FOUR
4.0     Design, implementation and testing
4.1     System design
4.2     Objective of design
4.3     Implementation
4.4     Choice of programming language
4.5     File design
4.6     Input specification
4.7     Output specification
4.8     System testing


CHAPTER FIVE
Summary, recommendation and conclusion
5.1     Summary
5.2     Recommendation
5.3     Conclusion
References
Appendix 5: Source code

CHAPTER ONE
           1.0 INTRODUCTION
        Record Keeping is the process of collecting, inputting, storing, classifying, summarizing           and interpreting data.
Record keeping has two facets – financial record keeping and managerial record keeping. The basic purpose of financial record is to assist decision makers in evaluating the financial strength, profitability and future prospects of a business. Managerial record keeping in contrast is tailored to the needs of a particular company. It helps the executives to measure success in carrying out their plans, to identify problems requiring executive attention and to attain company objectives. The purpose of record keeping is to produce financial statement about a business entity. Therefore in this study, we narrowed down to the record keeping system as been practiced by the business centre...

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