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Planning a payroll system for a martial arts school.

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IBRAHIMA SARR Table of Contents I. Background and Investigation 2 1. Introduction and Description of the Environment 2 2. Identifying the users 3 3. Justification of reasons for the Solution 3 4. Client Requirements 4 a. Qualitative objectives 4 b. Quantitative objectives 5 5. Investigation 5 6. Impact on organisation 6 II. Analysis and deliverable 7 1. Statement of scope 7 2. Input-Process-Output-Storage of the new system 7 3. Data Flow Diagrams (DFDs) 7 4. Systems Flowchart 8 5. ICT skills of the user 8 6. Qualitative objectives 8 7. Quantitative objectives 9 8. Agreed Deliverables 9 III. Design and Planning for Implementation 9 I. Background and Investigation 1. Introduction and Description of the Environment Ninja Freestyle Martial Arts Academy is a profound organisation which offers a variety of mix martial arts sports such as Kickboxing and Thai Taekwondo lessons to clients as young as eleven years olds. Established in 1990, the Academy is based in the South London area and has two training grounds at Tooting Leisure Centre and West Norwood. Ninja Freestyle Martial Arts Academy (NFMAA), are currently members of the following associations: WKA (World Kickboxing Association), AMA (Amateur Martial Association) and GBMAA (Great British Martial Arts Association).The organisation has a professional team which contains twenty experienced staff members with Black belts or higher ranks. Ninja Freestyle Martial Arts Academy is managed by Wayne Smith and Winston Newton who have been involved in the martial arts and self defence industry for over twenty years. ...read more.

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The output should be displayed in an easy to read and user-friendly manner. * The system shouldn't be limited by the number of payslip that can be stored or processed. The company has a logo and wants me to design this and for it to appear on all the screens. a. Qualitative objectives The new system has these key features: * Simple GUI with no complicated procedure, so setting up the program and easy because everything is preset, it will only be a mater of entering the data. It should not contain complex words that can cause confusion and misunderstanding. * Easy navigation: possibility to move between sheets with a "NEXT", "PREVIOUS", "FIRST PAGE", "LAST PAGE" buttons. * Simple layout with all the options on one screen and as much shortcut icons as possible. * Possibility to select options, rather than having to type them. For example having drop down menus to choose between grades, gender or title. * Not too many bright colours. * The company logo present on all screen, including the pay slips. * Possibility to have large font because one of the user has eye sight problem. * The system will reject values that surpass a certain limit. For example it will impossible the have �3 or �500,000 as a gross pay. b. Quantitative objectives The new system has these key features: * Be able to process/store pay slips for at least 30 employees. * Be able to produce quickly a pay slip for any employee by referring to the employees' details data base. ...read more.

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Data Flow Diagrams (DFDs) Level 1 DFD 4. Systems Flowchart Booking 5. ICT skills of the user 6. Qualitative objectives The new system has these key features: * Simple GUI with no complicated procedure, so setting up the program and easy because everything is preset, it will only be a mater of entering the data. It should not contain complex words that can cause confusion and misunderstanding. * Easy navigation: possibility to move between sheets with a "NEXT", "PREVIOUS", "FIRST PAGE", "LAST PAGE" buttons. * Simple layout with all the options on one screen and as much shortcut icons as possible. * Possibility to select options, rather than having to type them. For example having drop down menus to choose between grades, gender or title. * Not too many bright colours. * The company logo present on all screen, including the pay slips. * Possibility to have large font because one of the user has eye sight problem. * The system will reject values that surpass a certain limit. For example it will impossible the have �3 or �500,000 as a gross pay. 7. Quantitative objectives The new system has these key features: * Be able to process/store pay slips for at least 30 employees. * Be able to produce quickly a pay slip for any employee by referring to the employees' details data base. * The calculations will be done immediately (gross pay, net pay, deduction of taxes...) 8. Agreed Deliverables III. Design and Planning for Implementation ?? ?? ?? ?? Ibrahima SArr [ICT PROJECT] Page 1 of 9 ...read more.

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