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IT INDUSTRY EXPOSURE 2

[PRESENTATION]

Flores, Derwin
Garcia, Aljon
Tabora, Janarose

Balaoan Municipal Hall

Introduction

Our on the job training (OJT) was


held at the Municipality of Balaoan
in La Union. We were in the Office of
the municipal administrator under
Ms. Dyan Grace V. Nisperas. Our
task was home-based we were
tasked to create an employee
information system and Tricycle
Franchising System. We started on
April 24, 2014 till May 21, 2014

History
Balaoan

is one of the oldest


municipalities in La Union having been
founded 1704. Ignacio Duldualo was its
first Captain.
Balaoanis a first classmunicipalityin
theprovinceofLa Union,Philippines.
According to the 2010 census, it has a
population of 37,910 people

Organizational Chart

Department Assigned

Functions of the company we


were assigned

Vehicle
Franchising
System

System Documentation
Software Development
*Project Name:
VEHICLE FRANCHISING SYSTEM
*Project Description
Public vehicle such as tricycles are required
to register in their municipality in order for
them to be officially permitted public transport.
The system was made to make the work more
convenient. It registers the information of the
applicant and the information of tricycle. One
of its important uses is to view applicants
record.

System Walkthrough

METHODOLOGY
WATERFALL MODEL
Requirements

Design

Implementation

Testing

REQUIREMENTS
In this phase this where planning begins
and focuses on defining and capturing the
needs and problems that a software
application is to address & solve. The
requirements phase is the first phase in
waterfall development model, setting the
stage for the rest of the phases of the
software application development.

DESIGN
This phase looks at how the software will be
built and how the system will operate with
particular emphasis on hardware, software,
network infrastructure and user interface. The
main purpose if this stage is to create a
blueprint that will satisfy all documented
requirements, then to identify all inputs,
processes and outputs needed and also to
help avoid misunderstandings by involving the
stakeholders such as managers and users.

IMPLEMENTATION
With inputs from system design, the
system is first developed in small programs
called units, which are integrated in the next
phase. Each unit is developed and tested for
its functionality which is referred to as Unit
Testing.

TESTING
All the units developed in the
implementation phase are integrated into a
system after testing of each unit. Post
integration the entire system is tested for any
faults and failures.

Project Requirement
Functional requirement

Business Rules
Transaction corrections, adjustments and cancellations
Administrative functions
Authentication
Authorization levels
Audit Tracking
External Interfaces
Certification Requirements
Reporting Requirements
Historical Data
Legal or Regulatory Requirements

Non-Functional Requirement

Performance
Scalability
Capacity
Availability
Reliability
Recoverability
Maintainability
Serviceability

Security
Regulatory
Manageability
Environmental
Data

Integrity
Usability
Interoperability

Development Tools