The design and development of a personal mobile delivery management application based in Oman
Al Juma, Faris Juma Ali
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This project documents the designs and development of an online mobile delivery application system that will be operating in Oman. With more than 25,000 lines of code, this project demonstrates its grand scale. This paper will determine the developmental phases, economic significance, the design, implementation and evaluation of the development of a mobile application system. This is a delivery system where all the textual information of the user will be saved on the website. This will allow the businesses and franchises to keep track of their delivery goods. This project will be essential in the economic arena of Oman because it will act as a platform for the business visionaries and e-commerce. E-commerce has prompted the businesses to adopt a more electronic mode of business transactions to make it more profitable. In a country with a rising economy such as Oman, the current project will have huge importance and significance. This is because currently, there is no such delivery system applicable in Oman. Furthermore, it will serve as a platform to join the customers and the businesses.
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