School Management System: Safety and Security (With a Mobile Application and Web-Based Management System)
The Office of Safety and Security has a lot of problems in preserving its data, particularly in monitoring reports, certificates, passes, and inspecting infrastructures. The staff needs to submit a narrative report to the OIC and scan each paper carefully. It takes a lot of time and effort and affects the department's productivity, especially the problem of pilling a request item. The OIC needed to go back and forth to submit and follow up on the progress of the request to different campuses of the Bestlink College of the Philippines. In reality, the department's operation cost takes a lot of budget. The developers conducted daily stand-up meetings to ensure the system's progress and efficiency. Every two weeks after a sprint, the developers conduct client testing to ensure they meet all the requirements needed for the sprint. The developers are conducting stakeholder interviews and meetings to get their feedback about the system development and adequately address the system's changes. The developers follow the system's developmental process to monitor the system's progress quickly. As a result, the developers successfully created a system that met all the Client requirements that you can see in the system's project Deliverables and Product backlog.
As you can see, Appendix F shows how the client navigated the system and gave the system a 90% of completion rate, and they wanted the system to be implemented in their department. The system helps the Office of Safety and Security conduct monitoring and reports, make and release passes, and request items without entering their workplace. Lastly, the Safety officers easily track and inspect the facility by simply inputting information into the Mobile application and Web management system. With a deep understanding of the study and complied all the requirements needed. The developers successfully implemented and migrated the data to the new system approach. The modules and submodules are successfully working by inputting data into mobile applications that will appear or see the output to the web-based system. Also, the web has an input feature like mobile so that the personnel can navigate the system through the web.
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