Computerized Payslip for Eldefonso General Merchandise
Keywords:computerized, system development, payslip, Eldefonso General Merchandise
A computerized system is a tool used for various purposes which are computer-based programs. This study will focus on the development of a computerized payslip for the salary computation for the employee of Eldefonso General Merchandise. Eldefonso General Merchandise has 20 employees, and the owner’s name is Eldefonso Magaru. The business started in 2009. Eldefonso General Merchandise is a soft drink merchandising that aims to supply and deliver soft drinks. The researchers chose Eldefonso General Merchandise as a client because it currently has no computerized system at all; therefore, they experience problems. The researchers used the systems development life cycle (SDLC) waterfall model to develop a computerized system for Eldefonso General Merchandise. SDLC Waterfall model was chosen by the researchers because it has different stages that will help the researchers organize the task. Then, the researchers also interviewed the Eldefonso General Merchandise personnel who is responsible for salary computation. The researchers also used observation to gather data from Eldefonso General Merchandise. The personnel in charge of computing the salary for Eldefonso General Merchandise staff said that he produced payslip easily. The computerized payslip reduced the time and the tasks needed for salary computation and pay record recording compared with the manual process. The computerized payslip system of Eldefonso General Merchandise was implemented well, and salary computation and the implementation of the rules and regulations for deductions due to tardiness also became accurate. The computerized payslip system proposed by the researchers secured the business process of Eldefonso General Merchandise, including pay records, employee information, income, and expenses. After the implementation, the client observed that the computerized system performed better than the manual system. In further development, computerized payslips may expand to a payroll system.