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  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: ICT
  • Word count: 8728

ICT (double award) - Business systems portfolio.

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FINHAM PARK SCHOOL ICT DEPARTMENT GCSE IN APPLIED ICT (DOUBLE AWARD) BUSINESS SYSTEMS PORTFOLIO Centre Number 20444 Centre Name Finham Park School Candidate Number Candidate Name Daniel Chapman Specification Code and Title 1494 - GCSE in Applied ICT (Double Award) Unit Code 4873 - Business Systems Portfolio Date Set 03/03/03 Hand In Date 1 10/03/03 Signed (Teacher) Returned Date 1 17/03/03 Signed (Student) Hand In Date 2 24/03/03 Signed (Teacher) Returned Date 2 31/03/03 Signed (Student) Final Hand In Date 07/04/03 Signed (Teacher) SECTION A Grade Criteria Evidence Verified Mark GG FF EE Identify and make brief comments about one use for each organisation. State the information requirements of some of the systems. List hardware and software used for at least one system. DD CC BB Produce several sentences on each use of ICT for each organisation. Produce several sentences about the info requirements, hardware and software needed for most of the systems discussed. BB AA A*A* Recognition of why the organisations need to use ICT. Clear explanation of how the organisations use of ICT meet those needs. Detailed explanations about what the systems consist of. Total Section A Introduction I will be looking at two company's that I have had chance to study there ICT systems. I will be trying to see how ICT has improved their work rate and productivity, also to see if there software is up to the job it is required to do. The two different companies are Linde Hydraulics UK Ltd, which is a small engineering company that employ about 25 - 30 people. The other business is Holiday Inn in Aylesbury; this is a franchise and is a member of a larger hotel group, Six Continents. They are both in different sectors in the industry and should both have different uses for ICT. Linde Hydraulics Linde Hydraulics is a small business that sells and repairs hydraulic pumps, motors and parts. ...read more.

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You will have produced a simple dataflow diagram using the appropriate symbols. DD CC BB You will be able to identify the information flows yourself. You will be able to produce a suitable dataflow diagram using the appropriate symbols. BB AA A*A* You will have analysed fairly complex systems to identify the information flows. The dataflow diagrams produced use the appropriate symbols and clearly show all information flows. Total FINHAM PARK SCHOOL ICT DEPARTMENT GCSE IN APPLIED ICT (DOUBLE AWARD) BUSINESS SYSTEMS PORTFOLIO Centre Number 20444 Centre Name Finham Park School Candidate Number Candidate Name Daniel Chapman Specification Code and Title 1494 - GCSE in Applied ICT (Double Award) Unit Code 4873 - Business Systems Portfolio Date Set 07/04/03 Hand In Date 1 28/04/03 Signed (Teacher) Returned Date 1 19/05/03 Signed (Student) Hand In Date 2 02/06/03 Signed (Teacher) Returned Date 2 09/06/03 Signed (Student) Final Hand In Date 16/06/03 Signed (Teacher) SECTION E Grade Criteria Evidence Verified Mark GG FF EE Produce a basic design specification including simple statements that: * Identify a problem * Identify user requirements * Indicate the sources of information * Identify inputs, processes and outputs * Identify the type of application software needed The system itself will be simple and created using one type of application software. DD CC BB Produce a detailed design that will: * Clearly explain the problem * Clearly state user requirements * Clearly specify the sources of information * Describe in detail inputs, processes and outputs * Identify the type(s) of application software needed You will need to give some explanation of how you will test the system. The system may be more complex and could be created using more than one type of application software. BB AA A*A* Produce a comprehensive and detailed design for a complex system that will : * Clearly explain the problem * Clearly state user requirements * Clearly specify the sources of information * Describe in detail inputs, processes and outputs * Identify the type(s) ...read more.

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3. This is the find next button; this will show you each record that matches your criteria. To use the auto dialler you have to select which phone number you want to dial on the page by clicking in the box. Once you have done this you press the picture if the phone (1) and the computer will automatically dial the number. To print the contact you would like to is simple, u just find the contact you want and then press print record (2) and it will automatically print it to your default printer. Now to go back to the main screen press back to main menu. (3) Now to delete a contact go back to the Search and Edit contact screen and press delete contact. (1) This will bring up a new screen again. To Delete a Contact you have to find the contact by clicking on the binoculars, (1) and finding the contact like you would in the contact search. Once you have found your desired contact you just press the delete button (picture of trash can) (2) and then you are prompted to delete. Now this is your last chance to change your mind since once the record has been deleted there is no way of getting it back. To get back to the main menu you press Back to Main Menu. (3) To edit a record you need to get back to the Search and Edit contact screen and press Edit Records. (1) This will bring up a new screen again. This is the Edit Records Screen. It works on the same method as the other two. Before you can edit a record you need to search for the contact you want by using the search feature. Once you have the contact that you want to edit you simply click on the box(s) that you want to change and once you have finished click the save button (1). If you do not press save button your changes will not be saved. ?? ?? ?? ?? Daniel Chapman 20444 Applied ICT ...read more.

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