Information Management System (IMS) for Cybernetics

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION.. 3

THE MAIN BODY OF THE REPORT. 3

REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS. 3

Functional Requirements. 3

Inputs and Outputs. 3

Non-Functional Requirements. 4

CONCLUSIONS. 4

RECOMMENDATIONS. 4

LIST OF REFERENCES. 5

THE APPENDICES (IF ANY) 5

 

INTRODUCTION

This report documents Cybernetics Limited’s information system for managing its employee’s data. The system is named CEDAMS, an acronym for Cybernetics’ Employee Data Management System. It is developed and compiled using the C++ programming language, and on Microsoft .NET Framework version 4.5 under a Windows platform. The report includes a critical self-reflective commentary on cybernetics information management system.

REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS

Functional Requirements

The primary role of Cybernetics’ Employee Data Management System is to manage Cybernetics employee’s data. The management involves inserting, retrieving/displaying, and sorting the employee’s data. The flowchart below depicts the system.

Figure 1. Flowchart of CEDAMS

The application will consist of three functions, each performing a specific task (insert, display, or sort).The following are the C++ based functions or methods: insert( employee[ … ] ){ … }, diplay(employee_id){ … }, and sort( employee_id ){ … }.

Inputs and Outputs

An employee is an entity with several attributes. The information system will therefore feature the following variables (which represents an employee’s attributes):

  • employee_id, first_name, last_name, email, phone_number, sex, age, and date_of_birth
  • street_address, postal_address, city, state_province, country, zip_code
  • job_id, hire_date

These attributes represent the inputs and outputs of the Cybernetics’ Employee Data Management System.

Data that must be managed

Non-Functional Requirements

The following are the non-functional requirements:

  • Fast processing speed:
  • An easy-to-use application; it should be easy to perform the delete, insert, update, and sorting operations.
  • The user interface should be easy-to-use (user-friendly).
  • The application or system should also be reliable (handles errors well without crashing).

One Response to “Information Management System (IMS) for Cybernetics”

  1. Adeel Says:

    Where is flow chart?? There is no flow chart here.

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