Transcript: Thank you! Primary research: Other generations > 91 Qualitative tools Target group Sample Research design & tools Secondary research & own elaboration: Scope of the competitive & comparative analysis Jury: Prof. Benoit Heilbrunn Asma Ben Jemaa Peer-To-Peer Sharing - new way of travel consumption in the age of high mobility Author: Wojciech Chmielewski Date: 03.06.2015 Business in Europe Seminar Non-commercial P2P sharing Outline: 1) Introduction Inspiration Business Relevance 2) Research Project - Overview Executive Summary Methodological Approach 3) Findings & Conclusions 4) Managerial Implications 5) Limitations & Further Research Methodological Approach Traditional Economy Top 5 sharing sectors by 2025 Synthesis Primary Research Secondary Research Literature Review External reports (PwC, Havas, Euromonitor, etc.) Research papers Old Economy --> New Economy --> Collaborative Economy Quantitative method: Target group: Sample: Outcomes: Table of Concepts Analytical Framework Organizational Framework Primary Research Model Secondary Research Model (Market Mapping) [Scope: P2P travel experience / Base: primary research] [Scope: Jwebi / Base: secondary research] Executive Summary inductive research descriptive - exploratory research (hybrid) P2P travel experience Drivers vs. Deterrents Functional vs. Emotional Motivation Perceptual Analysis Strategic Positioning Potential Inspiration through real-life situations Business ideas --> More players & different markets Managerial Implications & Further Recommendations General assumptions: Secondary research Others: Collaborative Consumption Peer-to-Peer Sharing Motivations Top 3 drivers: Wide accessibility (88,0%) Economic benefit (87,9%) Positive efficacy (simple in use) (86,9%) Findings & Conclusions Bottom 3 associations: Lifestyle (gain in ES & IP) (33,0%) Trust (28,6%) Safety & Reliability (STM)(20,9%) Limitations & Future Research Research Methods Seminar Business Relevance & Future Perspective Sharing Economy Findings & Conclusions Top 3 deterrents: Lack of trust (35,2%) Higher preference for STM (safety & reliability) (30,8%) Reciprocal discomfort (20,9%) Scope Primary research Findings & Conclusions Sweet Spot Positioning: Primary research --> Personal Interests Online questionnaire International students 91 Primary research Strategic Business Canvas: Jwebi [Scope: Jwebi / Base: primary research] Top 3 associations: Economic benefit (75,8%) Environmentalism & Sustainability (74,8%) Positive efficacy (convenience) (68,2%) design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi Inspiration & Topic Evolution P2P Sharing Final comment:
Transcript: Master Thesis - Oral defence "Orthopaedic prosthesis : a supply chain under pressure. Which impact on the various health actors ?" By Yasmine Bouilfane - M2 European Master in Medical Technologies and Healthcare Business Under the supervision of Mr WALLARD Alexandre September 28, 2023 1 Introduction Orthopaedic prosthesis Introduction 2 Demographics Demographics The evolution of the number of total knee arthroplasty (TKA) from 2013 to 2022 in France 3 Demographics The reasons of such a growth 1 Osteoarthritis is the 1st cause of TKA. 65% of the population > 65 years old suffer from it. 2 30% of the population between 65 and 75 years old suffer from knee osteoarthritis. 3 An aging population due to the evolution of care and technologies. 4 Other factors : a sedentary lifestyle, overweight, a poor-diet, post-traumatic injuries. 4 Anatomy Anatomy The anatomy of a normal knee and the role of the prosthesis Femoral bone Tibial bone 5 Market Market value In 2021, the market represented USD 10.7 billion Market growth CAGR : 5.7% in the next 10 years Several causes : Increase number of bone-related diseases, obesity, sendentarity An aging population Some numbers Cluster representation France is part of the EMEA cluster. More than 3 billion last year, representing 1/3 of the market 6 Market leaders worldwide 25 leaders 1 Stryker, DePuy Synthes and Zimmer Biomet generate more than $26 billion/year 2 Smith&Nephew, Medtronic and Arthrex generate $11 billion/year 6 leaders generate 69.8% of the revenues 7 Tensions on the supply chain Tensions on the supply chain 8 Limited access to raw materials What is a raw material ? "Any material, such as oil, cotton, or sugar in its natural condition, before it has been processed for use." In 2020, a list of 30 raw materials in danger has been published by the european comission Impact of the Russian-Ukranian conflict Disruptions in good transportation (the closure of EU aerospace to Russia, of ports, …) Ban of some Russian operators An increase in the price of goods 9 The lack of workforce The lack of workforce General situation of the sector Low wages, poor working conditions Reduction in resources slowing down the industry Impact of COVID-19 Less workforce due to infections and lock-downs Closure of airports/ports Merchandise under quarantine 10 Field study Orthopaedic prosthesis : a supply chain under pressure. Which impact on the various health actors ? Field study 11 Methodology Methodology Duration Number of participants Recruitement criteria Qualitative Study Semi-structured interviews ~ 31.6 minutes 7 participants "A study focusing on perceptions, behaviours and peoples’ experiences" Interview based on open-ended questions in order to explore further the topic of interest Work in the orthopaedic field At least 1 year of experience Work in France From Marketing, customer service, supply, Sales or HR 12 Results Results At a company level Financial Human Ressources A reorganization of the work At health structure level At patients' level Unexpected events 13 Human Resources Human resources Sales representatives, customer service, Marketing Relationships Everyday missions Stress level An increase of the stress level A stress decreasing through time – an acceptance of the situation An impact on their personal lives Importance of strengthening the relationships with OR teams and surgeons Building a trust relationship with the surgeon Working closer with the Marketing and Customer Service Spend more time handling stock issues (~ 2/5 days a week) Less time for client hunting More time on the road to equilibrate stocks between hospitals Development of new skills 14 Recommenda-tions How to limit the impact of stock shortages ? Reflexion and suggestions 15 The different levels of action At the supply chain level Diversification of suppliers Re-evaluation of safety stocks Adaptation of the shipment strategy At the marketing level Segmentation : the importance of prioritazing your clients Evaluation of the portfolio Strategic allocations of products in danger An acceleration plan for non-tense products Innovative solutions and other approaches Recycling : case study - orthometals company The different levels of action Improving surgery planning using robotics 16 The importance of segmentation The importance of segmentation Why segmentate your clients : the Pareto principle Must identify those 20% Classify your clients according to their gross sales BUT this classification is not rigid and must be adapted to the reality of the field To have a better visibility to prioritazing decisions Put your best customers in the best possible conditions, not to lose them to competiton Encourage your medium clients to work more with you HOW ? 17 New lines to explore New lines to explore The global change of a company's organisation 18 A example of structural change An example of organisational change Switching from a regional to a vertically aligned global business BU President International BU Vice-
Transcript: SWOT Analysis Target Social Media: Blog, Weibo Objectives: 10M+ Weibo paticipants for onlne cnvesatons and 20,000 views for the blog Contents: news, scene phots, hashtags, videos, udtdnws, an move triles, blog posts Story: What will you give up to save the world? Forms: Traditional AD & Online Social Media Campaign Media Outlets: Traditional & Weibo Tips: do not reveal any details related to The Avengers 2 in this stage! Highly developed social media Rising Action Stage Measurable Objectives Opportunity 2/1/2015 - 4/1/2015 Success of The Avengers Target Audience Target Online Forum Profile Falling Action Stage YYeTs.com is the most influential non-profit subtitle translation group in China. Now YYeTs.com serves as an integrated online forum and news station for audience who are interested in foreign movies and TV shows. Target Social Media: Weibo Objective: 5 M+ Weibo participants Content: hashtags, uploaded videos, interview videos Online Campaign Story: "The Hero" finally appears! Form: Movie Premier, The Avengers 2, social media reporting Media Outlets: Weibo page of The Avengers 2, Blog & Youku Social Media Strategic Plan 13 years old -- 20 years old 20 years old -- 39 years old 39 years old and above First Stage Campaign Story: Meet "the Ally & "the Mentor" & Respond to the previous question Form: Traditional AD & Social Media Campaign Elements: Interview videos, posters Media Outlets: Traditional media, Youku, & Weibo, Blog Consolidation Famous Cast Members • 10,000,000+ Weibo participants • 20,000,000+ Tweets with hashtags related to the topic of online campaigns • $100 million of box-office Online Piracy Literature Review Appealing concept for Chinese Audiences Sequel Crisis Social Media Online Campaign Climax Stage Crisis Stage Strength Organizer: The Avengers 2 Forms: pictures Topic: What you will not give up for the world & the "Newness" of The Avengers 2 Signature: #afterTheAvengers2 • 1,000,000+ views, 5,000+comments, and 5,000+ referrals for each Tweet Story: Time to meet "the Higher Self" Form: Reviews, Press releases, Blog posts, & online campaign Media outlet: Blog, traditional media, Weibo Story: The famous The Avengers is "the Threshold Guardian" now Form: News, movie trailers, scene shots Media Outlets: Youku, YYeTs.com, Weibo page of The Avengers2, Blog Background (Social Media in China, Distribution Process, Chinese Movie Market, Superhero Movies in China) Policy & Regulation Globalization and Film Distribution in China New Trend of Chinese Domestic Movies Censorship Cultural Policy & Intellectual Property Protection Public Relation Theory Excellence Theory Sociodrama Theory New Rules of Public Relations & Marketing Dialogic Theory Narrative Arc 4/8/2015 - 4/30/2015 12/1/2014 - 2/1/2015 Connect to the New Sequel Weakness What Will You Give Up To Save The World? Target Chinese Social Media Profile Thank You! Youku is China's leading Online video website. Youku offers a combination of licensed professional content, user-generated content and self-produced web video content. 203 million monthly unique visitors from homes and offices 56 million monthly unique visitors from Internet cafes 40% share of total user time spent viewing online videos among Chinese internet users Exposition Stage Social Media Objective Existing Onlne Presence Content Type Tracking Tools Focus Channels Haomo Catherine ZHENG Master Project Defense Public Relations Kent State University Target Social Media: Weibo Objectives: 400,000+ Weibo followers and 500,000 Weibo participants Contents: Photos & Tweets of the premier 4/1/2015 - 4/7/2015 Rebuild the Connection Target Chinese Social Media Profile Brand Building Target Social Media: Weibo Objective: 100,000+ followers Contents: Short videos (less than 2 minutes), tweets, photos, and brief news (headlines). Online Release Haomo Catherine ZHENG +email@example.com No root for superheroes in China Director's lack of aweness Organizer: Weibo Form: short videos Signature: #savetheworld Bridging the Gap: An Integrated Marketing Plan for The Avengers 2 in China Taget Socal Media: Weibo and Blog Objective: 500，000+ followers & 1 million participants, 30,000 views for the blog Contents: reviews, feedback, hashtag, uploaded pictures and blog posts Target Social Media: Weibo, Youku & Tudou, Blog Objectives: 10,000+ views for the blog, 50,000+ views for videos, 150,000 followers for The Avengers Weibo page Contents: Cast members talking about The Avengers(Videos, Tweets, pictures, links) Premier Online Reporting Sample: http://t.cn/zHkaxvW 5/1/2015 Threat Timeline An Exciting Journey for The Avengers 2 in China Sina Weibo is undoubtedly the most influential social platform in China. No other platform offers the same amount of reach and dynamic active user base like Sina Weibo has. 500M+ registered users; 290M+ active users; 86 million posts per day; 87% - market share by browsing time; 56% - micro-blog market share; 181% - increase in users over the 2011 5/2/2015 -
Transcript: Innovation and Integration of Technology in the Classroom by Career and Technical Educators Recommendations S. Elizabeth Alley Diamond Auburn University July 18, 2019 Innovation and Integration of Technology in the Classroom by Career and Technical Educators References References Barr, D., & Sykora, C. (2015). Learning , teaching and leading: A comparative look at the ISTE standards for teachers and UNESCO ICT competency framework for teachers (White Paper). Retrieved from https:// www.iste.org/resources/product?id=3612&name+Learning%2C+teacher+and+leading Celik, K. (2013). The relationship between individual innovativeness and self-efficacy levels of student teachers. International Journal of Scientific Research in Education, 6(1), 56–67. Retrieved from http://www.ijsre.com Çoklar, A. N., & Özbek, A. (2017). Analyzing of relationship between teachers’ individual innovativeness levels and their tpack self- efficacies. 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The integration of hardware, software, and technology tools into the classroom of business/marketing educators in Alabama (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from http://etd.auburn.edu/bitstream/handle/10415/2591/ WOHLEB_DISSERTATION.pdf?sequence=2&isAllowed=y Yorulmaz, A., Çokçalişkan, H., & Önal, H. (2016). Determination of classroom pre-service teachers’ state of personal innovativeness. Journal of Education and Training Studies, 5(1), 28. https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v5i1.1947 Refences Introduction Barr & Sykora (2015) Barriers Kotrlik & Redmann (2009) ISTE Standards Diffusion Theory "Future innovation in education and technology will continue to disrupt... industry and enterprise, presenting challenges, as well as, unprecedented opportunities for economic growth and human development." (p. 4) Barr and Sykora (2015) in an ISTE White Paper titled "Learning, Teaching, and Leading" share that technology is changing at an alarming rate and that, "Education has not fully leveraged these innovations to advance technology-powered pedagogy, and yet, educators in every country are being called upon to prepare students for a world where they can adopt, 1st As
Transcript: Historical development includes theoretical frameworks of Piaget: Developmental stages of young children’s thinking The child constructing meaning from natural interest Internal cognitive control is not dependent social skill development Vygotsky and Bronfenbrenner : Social interactions shape cognition Learning interconnects children’s experiences of the home, school, and community. Problem behaviors in early schooling present a relationship between socioeconomic conditions in later years. Head Start and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) similar position toward child development and early learning pedagogical frameworks support positive social and emotional development through intentional learning and classroom experiences. NAEYC (2013) accreditation standards for social-emotional development present concepts for children to communicate positively, recognize feelings, regulate emotions, control attention, and develop a sense of competence toward learning. Nature Of The Study Hello, my name is Gwyn Griffin. I am a doctoral student at University of Phoenix. My committee members include Dr. LaDonna Eanochs (Chair), Dr. Grania Holman (Committee Member), and Dr. Shawnya Tolliver (Committee Member). I appreciate the guidance and support I have been provided to accomplishmy academic goal. Purpose Problem Gwyn Griffin The purpose of this descriptive case study is to describe prekindergarten and kindergarten teachers’ perceptions of the self-regulation skills necessary to prepare students for a successful transition to kindergarten. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY Prekindergarten and kindergarten teachers will contribute views with integrity. Participants’ responses will legitimately represent beliefs that are linked to the behavioral characteristics of their current students. Research Questions Theoretical Framework Prekindergarten Teachers Question: What are common perceptions of prekindergarten teachers roles in the development of children’s self-regulation skills? Kindergarten Teachers Question: What are common perceptions of kindergarten teachers roles in the development of children’s self-regulation skills? The nature of the study is to describe everyday classroom environments in which social and academic expectations would be evident. A CASE STUDY TO UNDERSTANDING TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF EARLY SELF-REGULATION DEVELOPMENT The problem is many children start school lacking self-regulation skills related to social and academic outcomes, necessary for a successful transition to school (Cadima, Guedes, Leal, & Verschueren, 2016). Oral Defense Presentation SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS HISTORICAL OVERVIEW ASSUMPTIONS INTRODUCTION The study is limited to prekindergarten and kindergarten teachers’ natural environments, classrooms. A descriptive and interpretive paradigm represent teachers’ perceptions of prekindergarteners and kindergarteners within the same school district. Limitations include the nature of teachers’ perceptions associated with personal beliefs and most current experiences related to the described phenomenon. Students’ perceptions will not be of interest. Children in attendance will have similarity of ethnicity and culture within the established research boundary. Convenience sampling is the delimitation.
Transcript: C-JAY BALLOONS AND PARTY NEEDS SALE C-JAY BALLOONS AND PARTY NEEDS COMPANY PROFILE COMPANY PROFILE Company Name C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs Company Name Company Logo Company Logo Ms. Cyril Monic M. Waje Company Owner Company Owner 1101/1421 Haribon Ave. Goldenland Subd. Mabiga, Mabalacat City, Pampanga Address Address Monday to Sunday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Business Hours Business Hours HISTORY HISTORY MARKET SHARES MARKET SHARE CURRENT MARKET SHARE CURRENT MARKET SHARE The Annual Sales of C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs The Annual Sales of C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs Annual Sales of C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs Annual Sales of C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs Computation of Shares of C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs Computation of Shares of C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs (Source: Based on the data given by the owner) MARKET SHARE GRAPH MARKET SHARE GRAPH MARKET SHARE TABLE MARKET SHARE TABLE SWOT ANALYSIS AUTOPSY OF SUCCESS AND FAILURE STRENGTHS 1. Established Customer Base 2. Large Quantity of Rental ltems 3. Ease Access of Goods 4. Home-based Business 5. Wide Area of Operation/Workplace 6. Tie-ups with Competitors STRENGTHS 1. Established Customer Base 1. Established Customer Base 2. Large Quantity of Rental ltems 2. Large Quantity of Rental ltems 3. Ease Access of Goods 3. Ease Access of Goods 4. Home-based Business 4. Home-based Business 5. Wide Area of Operation/Workplace 5. Wide Area of Operation/Workplace 6. Tie-ups with Competitors 6. Tie-ups with Competitors 1. Insufficient Promotional Strategies 2. Insufficient Managerial Staff 3. Lack of Feedback Mechanism 4. Insufficient Capital for Catering Services WEAKNESSES WEAKNESSES 1. Insufficient Promotional Strategies 1. Insufficient Promotional Strategies 2. Insufficient Managerial Staff 2. Insufficient Managerial Staff 3. Lack of Feedback Mechanism 3. Lack of Feedback Mechanism 4. Insufficient Capital for Catering Services 4. Insufficient Capital for Catering Services INDUSTRY OPPORTUNITY AND THREATS ANALYSIS INDUSTRY OPPORTUNITY AND THREATS ANALYSIS OPPORTUNITIES 1. Increasing Number of Population in Mabalacat City 2. Tie-ups with Video/Photo Services 3. Tie-ups with Lights and Sounds Services 4. Changes in Admin in the Company 5. Party Needs as a Birth to Date Business 6. Referral of Existing Customers to New Customers OPPORTUNITIES 1. Increasing Number of Population in Mabalacat City 2. Tie-ups with Video/Photo Services 3. Tie-ups with Lights and Sounds Services 4. Changes in Admin in the Company 5. Party Needs as a Birth to Date Business 6. Referral of Existing Customers to New Customers THREATS THREATS 1. Changes in Administration in Mabalacat City 2. Difficulty in Finding New Employees 1. Changes in Administration in Mabalacat City 2. Difficulty in Finding New Employees TARGET MARKETS TARGET MARKETS PRIMARY TARGET MARKET PRIMARY TARGET MARKET Demographic Profile of Primary Target Market Demographic Profile of Primary Target Market Table of Demographic Profile of Primary Targ... Table of Demographic Profile of Primary Target Market SECONDARY TARGET MARKET SECONDARY TARGET MARKET Demographic Profile of Secondary Target Market Demographic Profile of Secondary Target Market Table of Demographic Profile of Secondary Target Market Table of Demographic Profile of Secondary Targ... COMPANY MISSION, VISION & MARKETING OBJECTIVE COMPANY MISSION, VISION & MARKETING OBJECTIVE “C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs aims to provide clean, uniform and high quality products and services to our customers.” - Mr. Rodrigo Waje Manager Mission Mission “C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs aims to be the leading one-stop shop party rentals provider in Mabalacat City.” - Mr. Rodrigo Waje Manager Vision Vision To increase gross sales of C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs by 50% by the end of 2018. Marketing Objectives Marketing Objectives C-JAY BALLOONS AND PARTY NEEDS SALES Table 7: Increase/Decrease of Annual Gro... Table 7: Increase/Decrease of Annual Gross Sales Table 8: Annual Sales of C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs Table 8: Annual Sales of C-Jay Balloons and Party Needs 50% Proposed Strategies PROPOSED STRATEGY 1. Tie-ups with Video/Photography Services 2. Tie-ups with Lights and Sounds Services 3. Eliminate Catering Services Product/Service Product/Service 1. Tie-ups with Video/Photography Services 1. Tie-ups with Video/Photography Services 2. Tie-ups with Lights and Sounds Services 2. Tie-ups with Lights and Sounds Services 3. Eliminate Catering Services 3. Eliminate Catering Services 1. Price Bundling 2. Rainy Season Discounts 3. Referral Discounts Price Price 1. Price Bundling 1. Price Bundling 2. Rainy Season Discounts 2. Rainy Season Discounts 3. Referral Discounts 3. Referral Discounts 1. Improvements of Showroom Place Place 1. Social Media (Facebook Ads) 2. Tarpaulins 3. Customer Relationship Management System Promotion Promotion 1. Social Media (Facebook Ads) 1. Social Media (Facebook Ads) 2. Tarpaulins 2. 3.
Transcript: 1 Always 2 Sometimes 3 Never SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS The application that can advance the purchasing and reservation of the items in canteen. Specific Objective 1. To make the purchasing more organized. 2. To make the purchasing more convenient. 3. To make the purchasing effortless 4. To have an opportunity to the QCPU students who wants to have a part time job inside the campus. 5. To know the availability and the price of the items and other people outside the school. Student Professors everyone in the school campus • Measure all instructional objectives. • Use appropriate test items • Cover all wants and needs of the student in QCPU Research Instrument Summary Main Objective To be able to develop an application system that can advance the purchasing of the items by reservation and also deliver the product to the Students to their location. Output General Problem The Reason we developed this system application is for every individuals in the school campus, some of our despondence says that they are not contented to the performance of the school canteen. E.g. buildup of the consumers and hard time to know the availability of the product and how it cost. Background of the Study Project Purpose and description Data Gathering Procedure The researchers consult a professor in Quezon City Polytechnic University to ask permission for this system to be created. In order to support the validity of the research, interview has been conducted to gather opinion coming from the students and canteen’s crew. The researcher also consulted via internet, ooks and tutorial that helps this research. And sooner the best printed materials from those gathered information that would best serve in helping out the researchers in creating this system. Process PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS, AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA Profile of the Respondents Regarding their Gender Recommendation Main Objective Develop an application system that can advance the purchasing of Items and reach the high satisfaction of the consumer’s in terms of good services. This research was using “Buy It” application system in the advancement of purchasing item of the students in Quezon City Polytechnic University canteen. The proposed system scope includes all the students and the owner of the school canteen stalls. This study does not include all the employees of Quezon City Polytechnic University Formula: %= f/Nx100 Purchasing See the availability and purchase the item by selecting items at the application and to be delivered 1 Always 2 Sometimes 3 Never SCOPE AND LIMITATION This study focused on the advancement of purchasing items in Quezon City Polytechnic University canteen of the students through application “Buy it”. The following are the one who will benefit the study *Owner of the stalls – This study will enable them to do less work in their stalls and can accommodate their customers with a higher satisfaction. *Students – Buy it application system gives convenience to the students in purchasing the items in Quezon City Polytechnic University canteen. *School – With this proposed system it improves the schools technological system and gives more time in doing academic activities Research Design Input Table 4.1 Significant of the study • Use (buy it) application to improve the purchasing of items Advancement of Purchasing in The Quezon City Polytechnic University Canteen through “Buy It”. Research Methodology Significant of the study Data Gathering Procedure • Make purchasing at canteen convenient. • Help increase time for activities and decrease time for purchasing items. 58% (29 out of 50) of the respondents are willing to install the application “Buy It” - Researchers Conclusion Specific problem 1. How to minimize the number of student in break time. 2. How to reduce prolonged queue. Thank you! Specific problem 1. How to minimize the number of student during break time. 2. How to reduce prolonged queue. 3. How to reach the high satisfaction of the consumers Frequency of the answers of the respondents. Input Research Instrument For this study, the survey - questionnaire instruments were used achieve the main objective of the study. A self-administered questionnaire was distributed to the students of Quezon City Polytechnic University and Canteen’s crew. The questionnaire given was aimed to assess the advancement of purchasing items in Quezon City Polytechnic University canteen of the students through application “Buy It”. In general, the advancement of purchasing in school canteen was evaluated for this study in order to determine whether its strategy is effective or not the focus of the assessment was based on the principles introduced by various author. The questionnaire was structured in such a way that respondent will be able to answer it easily. Thus the set of questionnaire was structured using the likert format with a three-response scale. A likert format is a rating scale that requires the subject to indicate his or her
Transcript: m 1 2 p a b g X Statement Of The Problem Statement Of The Problem The aim of this project is to eliminate the vulnerability of people from lost, theft and stealing occurrences and minimize the incidents within the commercial center areas. Nowadays, cases of lost, theft and stealing have been a prolonged issue and visibly one of the unfortunate circumstances where every Filipino felt the poor security at public areas especially in commercial centers/ buildings have been made us uncomfortable not to watch out for our personal and handful belongings. General Problem Security guards, CCTV cameras and lost and found system are in play to resolve these cases but figuring out suspects doesn’t mean it could returned / replaced what has been lost. The proposed project is an addition to strengthen the precautionary measures and security for both customers and shopping centers through the current technology. Mobile phones are becoming one of the essentials for every individual where myriad of applications is being use with different purposes. Internet is one of the strongest possible way of communication. Mobile phones are becoming one of the essentials for every individual where myriad of applications is being use with different purposes. Internet is one of the strongest possible way of communication. Integrating these together, the proponents proceeded with an idea to develop a web-based application that will acquire these features. The proponents concentrate to deliver comfortability to secure handful belongings of people within the commercial centers and lessen the tension in these certain situations. Integrating these together, the proponents proceeded with an idea to develop a web-based application that will acquire these features. The proponents concentrate to deliver comfortability to secure handful belongings of people within the commercial centers and lessen the tension in these certain situations. Commercial centers / buildings have their security guards who check bags and carrying-things at the entrance, CCTV cameras around for monitoring and lost & found for assistance of any lost items surrendered. Those are the existing security measures to solve cases of lost, theft and stealing. Why every people can be easily a victim? Basically, belongings that take so much hands and bags causing to not have a better overview and control in other important things like personal phones, wallets and even to their children or someone they need to look after for where rather than do their recreations, they still keep on worrying things because safe repositories for those are not provided within the premises and that’s how every individual becomes vulnerable. Specific Problems Proposed Solutions Proposed Solutions This research is to innovate and incorporate modern technology to the traditional lockers. In public places such as shopping malls, having a small space which are to be safe and secure for keeping personal items. It is a great thing to imply so the proponents came off with the automated locker system. Objectives Objectives To develop an automated locker system, to ease costumers problem on their baggage, to have more enjoyable stress free shopping in the mall without carrying any heavy luggage. General Objective 1. To make shopping or walking easier without any heavy things to carry specially for elders, any pregnant women and Persons with Disabilities (PWD). 2. To prevent losing items of costumers. 3. To feel safe for their personal belongings. 4. For faster deposit and claiming of items. Specific Objectives Scope And Delimitation Scope And Delimitation To develop a web-based self-service android application baggage locker system providing convenience and safe place to keep the belongings for the shoppers, client, student, employee and customer having a control through their mobile phone/ tablets with a unique code sent through SMS Scope 1. The number of locker is limited and has a maximum capacity. Delimitations 2. Drugs, food and drink are not allowed inside the locker. To maintain the locker cleanliness and orderliness. 3.This system is not operational during power outage for lockers to be locked for deposits but alternative power supply will be provided for those who claims with the assistance of the personnel who manages the system within a limited time period. 4. Unfamiliar on this system can assist by a personnel assign. Significance Of The Study Significance Of The Study 1. Commercial establishment a. The shopper can enjoy their shopping experience without worrying of their excessive baggage. b. It also eliminate the stealing, theft, and lost within the establishment. c. It can replace package counter clerk and do other productive task because this system are automated and self-service. 2.Amusement Park a. The people in the park can enjoy the bonding with their friends and family deprives of distressing to their personal belongings. b. They can also pay attention to their love ones. 3.Bank a. It is secured
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