Attendance Monitoring Using Keycard System Chapter Ii

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Chapter II Review of Related Literature and Studies SYSTEM ANALYSIS & DESIGN CASE STUDY PROPOSAL OUTLINE CHAPTER 1: THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING PAGE II 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Background of the Locale 1.3 Statement of the Problem 1.4.1 General Problem 1.4.2 Specific Problem 1.4 Objective of the Study 1.5.3 General Objective 1.5.4 Specific Objective 1.5 Theoretical Framework 1.6.5 Conceptual Framework 1.6.6 Paradigm of the Study 1.6 Significance of the Study 1.7.7 Educational Significance 1.7.8 Economic Significance 1.7.9 Social Significance 1.7.10 Technological Significance 1.7 Scope and…show more content…
Even business that has automated or computerized processes such as scheduling, inventory, purchasing, general ledger and payroll processing still use manual methods such as time cards or attendance sheets to collect time and attendance data. NOVA time (2007), the system that will give management the power to not only utilize the tools we have available to us today, but will continue to grow an devolve, giving it the capability to incorporate and utilize the tools the new millennium promises to bring us. NOVA time has brought a system designed for growth while maintaining the maximum in flexibility. Where the sophistication lies within the programmed mechanism of the system, allowing for a quick and simple implementation and employee training cycle In the 2005 annual report of the Forest Products Research and Development Institute under the Department of Science and Technology, it is said that, “The computerized database and attendance on Forest Products Research and Development Institute was designed to facilitate the Institute's data entry, processing, computation and maintenance of employee time and attendance transactions. The system allows employees to log in/out as the swipe their IDs through a barcode reader attached to a computer terminal. The processing forms include those for legal holidays, travel order, tardiness,

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