DESIGN AND IMPLMENETATION OF A COMPUTERISED BANKING SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA)

ABSTRACT
In this world of competitive resource application and technological development, the banks have been totally computerized. This project work Design and Implementation of computerized banking system is concerned with the analysis and design of a computerized system aimed at supporting the whole banking operation provides an interface which enables the user or the customer to lodge in money into his or her account and make withdrawals as the need arises. It will also provide the basis for the implementation of computerized banking transactions. A development which made most banks and other financial institutions more responsive to changes and imperative to adopt the latest art of technology is for the purpose of maintaining operational efficiency as a means of warding off competitive threat, and also to improve on the security measures, checkmate fraud and error, to increase the speed of transaction and improvement of customer’s convenience by reducing barriers to entry into payment systems. At the end of all, the system proposed is better, calculates faster and is reliable. This enhances operations and level of commitment to customers.        

TABLE OF CONTENT
Title page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Table of content
CHAPTER ONE
1.0     Introduction
1.1     Overview of the study
1.2     Statement of problems
1.3     Objectives of the study
1.4     Limitation of the study
1.5     Scope of study
1.6     Significance of study
1.7     Organisational structure
1.8     Definition of basic concepts relevant to this study
CHAPTER TWO
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
2.1     The evolution of the computerized banking system
2.2     Registration and security
2.3     Database management systems
2.4     Data management
2.5     Traditional banking vs online banking
2.6     Types of services
2.7     The role of information technology in the banking system
2.8     Security features in online banking system
2.9     Advantages of online banking
2.10   Disadvantages of online banking
2.11   Online banking system security
CHAPTER THREE
System analysis and methodology
3.1     Description of the existing system
3.2.1  Feasibility considerations
3.2.2  Economic feasibility
3.2.3  Operational Feasibility
3.3     Manual process diagram
3.4     Problem domain
3.5     Proposed system
3.6     The manual system
3.7     Input, output and analysis
3.8     The current issues involving the following factors
3.9     Accounts
3.10   Design procedure
3.11   Flow diagram
3.12   Some forms (tellers) used in UBA
CHAPTER FOUR
4.0     Design and Implementation Of The New System
4.1     Design standard
4.2     Output specification and design
4.3     Input specification and design
4.4     File design
4.5     Structure of the master file
4.6     Procedure flowcharts
4.7     System flowcharts
4.8     System requirement
4.9     Program flowchart
4.10   Account opening flowchart
4.11   Bank transaction flowchart
4.12   Codes
4.13   Levels of testing flow chart
4.14   Database implementation
CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1     Summary
5.2     Conclusion
5.3     Recommendations
References
Appendix: Source Code

CHAPTER ONE
1.0            INTRODUCTION
1.1     THE OVERVIEW OF THE STUDY
Banking has come a long way from the time of ledger cards and other manual filing systems. Most banks today are computerized to handle their daily voluminous tasks of information retrieval, storage, and processing.  Irrespective of whether they are automated or not, banks by their natures are involved in all forms of Information Technology and Management on continuous basis (Molina, 1997).
Banks play their significant role in any economic system. They are financial intermediaries involve in transfers of funds within and outside the country. Banking sector is getting competitive every day. Quantity, speed, efficiency and innovations are the main points on which quality programs are designed. All banks are engaged in same basic banking activities but it is the way of delivery of services that distinguishes one bank form the other. All banks worldwide are considering quality in the strategic management. Taking a proactive stance against privacy invasion could help stave off government intervention in passing legislation to create tighter controls over...

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Item Type: Project Material  |  Attribute: 76 pages  |  Chapters: 1-5
Format: MS Word  |  Price: N3,000  |  Delivery: Within 30Mins.
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