A Systems Analysis and Investigation into the Fujitsu Information System at Post Office Ltd
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The intent of this project is to create an interface prototype for Post Office Ltd by the use of system analysis. The main functionality that will be looked at is mailing, stamps, inventory and stock order, banking and managing documentation. Before development can begin, a series of tasks must be completed. A system review into the current Horizon system which is currently available for Post Office Ltd. Secondly reviewing a range of methodologies and research techniques will be discussed to decide which approached is best suitable to gain all the system requirements to develop an interface prototype. After the system requirements have been identified a range of data process models can be created, followed by the development and design of the interface prototype. The system will then be tested to reveal any flaws or errors. Followed up by evaluating the system and then finally discussing if the project was successful or not.
BSC Hons Computing
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