An analysis of technological improvements of a financial department in a drinking water plant in Myanmar, South East Asia
Myo Thet, Aung
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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In this dissertation project, the small businesses in the developing countries, impact of using management software in small business, the benefit of using a database in the software and financial management in developing countries are discussed in the literature review. This dissertation is researched for the financial department in a drinking water plant in developing country, Myanmar, also known as Burma, South East Asia. To develop a software for the technological improvements of the financial department, this research is discussed about the software development methodologies. Then, the requirements are analysed and one of the methodologies is selected for this project and this dissertation will follow this technology to develop the software. As the method, this software development is designed to meet the customer requirements, implemented by following the design, tested by black box method, evaluated and recommended by the developer. Finally, in the conclusion, it is described with the problems the developer has faced and how the developer solved it. It contains the different experience between questioning in the factory and the expected result. This conclusion is mentioned about the technical experience and it obtained the aims of this dissertation. Moreover, the personal aims are also met with the researcher’s objects. The sources for this research are all referenced to the Harvard style.
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