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CASE STUDY: SHOWTIME SOUND & LIGHTING (SSL) INC.

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Transcript of CASE STUDY: SHOWTIME SOUND & LIGHTING (SSL) INC.

Problems in...
User Interface
Problems for the system
Class Diagram
Information Processing

Customer service
11/4/2016
System Analysis & Design
L03 - Group 5
Work System Snapshot
Use Case Diagram
Operation
CASE STUDY:
SHOWTIME SOUND & LIGHTING (SSL) INC.

Company Background
Introduction
provides sound & lighting equipment to organizations
Service includes:
DJ service
rental & sales of audio
video & light equipment

present by:
Chan Chun Yip 53840659
Choi Wing Kin 54116038
Leung Chun Kit 53597587
Liu Kin Wai 53364964
Yick Ching Man 54188102
Company existing problems
Introduction
declining productivity
limitation of organization structure:
few human resource
heavy workload of secretary
many manual activities & paper work
no database system for information & reports
hard to estimate customer & operation needs
Operation
insufficient employee
poor division of labor
too many manual work
too mant redundancy work
WND diagram
manual system makes users hard to find useful information
Time-consuming
low accruracy of information
fewer functions
difficult to locate information
repetitious processing
lack of methods to maintain customer loyalty
cannot accurate anticipate customer needs
-Thankyou-
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