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Analysis Feasibility Study The company 'VirtualRevolution' employs around 50-60 staff, of which are mainly office and distribution based. All of the company's information such as products, stock, sales, customer details and employee details are kept via paper. The sales department spend most of their time either phoning potential buyers or walking the streets to try and advertise the product. Everything is done by pen and paper, including new customer details and also sharing information with the public. To identify problems with the current company setup and how to improve it, an analytical survey has been taken to find out employee's opinions. Here are the question's asked: How could the current systems in place be improved? ...read more.


Member info - Number, Title, Forename, Surname, Email address, House address, DOB, Year joined, Phone number. Product orders - Order number, Unit cost, Quantity, Postage, Total, Colour, Address, Customer number, Console type. Would it be useful to have information available from one of many computers in the office, rather than one set of folders? Yes = 85% No = 15% Would it be useful to have a searchable customer database? Yes = 100% No = 0% Would it be useful to have a system that could quickly create letters to groups of customers? Yes = 70% No = 30% Would it be useful to have access to up to date product information from different locations? ...read more.


These can also be adapted for each customer, so each letter doesn't have to be manually written. Finally, Microsoft Access is a database software which can be used to store data on pretty much everything, and can be linked to Word for mail merge or to the company website. Overall summary/Aims and requirements * A better, more organised filing system that is easy to edit and find. * A more sufficient calculating system which is easy to look back over, but also quick to input. * An advertising system which takes out less of the employee's time. * A new database system which is easy for the staff and customers to use. * Invest in new up to date software that is used on the computer. ...read more.

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