Design And Implementation Of A Computerized Commodity Exchange Information System (case Study Of Enugu State)


Design And Implementation Of A Computerized Commodity Exchange Information System (case Study Of Enugu State)

ABSTRACT
The need to develop a Computerized Commodity exchange information system that will provide information and keep record of transaction made on commodities has become pressing due to the rapid growth of industries that make use of these commodities and the inefficiency of manual keeping of all transaction made.
The information was got from the ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Mines and power and Raw Materials Research Centre to develop a software package that would achieve the aim of this project.
This software package is the project I developed to be useful to both large and small exchange market, ministries, industries, and other private establishments that use locally produced commodities especially those produced in Enugu State.Computerized Commodity
ORGANISATION OF THE WORK
This section explains how the project is arranged.  The chapters and their purpose are carefully stated and easily understand how this project is designed.Computerized Commodity
CHAPTER 1 of this work is about the introduction and how the project come about.  It tells the problems and objectives of this project.
CHAPTER 2 tries to relate the project topic and some other topics. Commodity Exchange
CHAPTER 3 has to do with the investigation of the present system and its operations.  The evaluation of the existing systems. Commodity Exchange
CHAPTER 4 explain the design of the new system and shows chart of the different operation of the new system.
CHAPTER 5 explain the overall testing of the different modules of the program it also contain the program flowchart, pseudocode the source program.
CHAPTER 6 contain the documentation and manual that will help user understand the system orientation.
CHAPTER 7 the recommendation and conclusion the  appendixes that contain the program output and other necessary information.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Table of contents
CHAPTER ONE
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Statement of the problem
1.2 Purpose of study
1.3 Aims and Objectives
1.4 Scope or Delimitation
1.5 Limitation or Constants
1.6 Assumptions
1.7 Definitions of Terms
CHAPTER TWO
2.0 Literature Review
CHAPTER THREE
3.0 Description and Analysis of the Existing System
3.1 Facts Findings Methods Used
3.2 Objectives of the Existing System
3.3 Input, process, Output Analysis
3.4 Information Flow Diagram
3.5 Problems of the Existing System
3.6 Justification of the new System
CHAPTER FOUR
4.0 Design of the new System
4.1 Input Specification and Resign
4.2 Output Specification and Design
4.3 File Design
4.4 Procedure chart
4.5 System Flow chart
4.6 System Requirement
CHAPTER FIVE
5.0 Implementation
5.1 Program Design
5.2 Program Flowchart
5.3 Pseudocodes
5.4 Source Program
5.5 Test Run
CHAPTER SIX
6.0 DOCUMENTATION
CHAPTER SEVEN
7.0 Conclusion And Recommendation
    References
    Appendix A: Agric-Based Comm. Commodity Exchange
    Appendix B: Mineral-Based Comm. Commodity Exchange
    Appendix C: Sellers of Agric Comm.
    Appendix D: Statement of account of transaction made by Nigeria. Commodity Exchange
    Cement Company Nkalagu. Commodity Exchange

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