Monday, February 25, 2008

CP 571 Business Information Systems - Case Study # 3


Dear Students,
This is the release of the Case Study # 3.
Prepare.

Dead Line for Submission : 14 March 2008


Case Study # 3

Human Resource Management

“Let me get this right,” began Sarah, “instead of users inputting their own superannuation details into our systems using a web-based system, they have to fill forms in and submit them to a clerical officer for updating? And the same thing applies if they need to file a change of name or address? I know this is a government organisation and that we are under-funded but we must be able to do better than that surely?”

“That’s pretty much it” answered Azhar, “but it’s actually more complicated than that. The system runs on an old PC and prepares a file for submission as a batch job to the mainframe. It was developed in version 2.3 of the software, which is no longer supported by the software company - in fact the software company went broke 6 years ago. The software needs to run on an old 486 processor because of specific hardware requirements which are unique to that software. We can’t just switch to using something else because there is no off the shelf software that we can buy, the mainframe character and file formats have to be preserved and the word length of PCs that succeeded the 486 machines is different. We have been looking for suitable software for ages – I thought you knew”

“So what happens if that 486 PC dies?” asked Sarah.

“That really depends what it dies of …” began Azhar “We keep regular backups, and I have a whole range of salvaged spares for the 486 – enough to build three complete computers if need be.”

“Can we develop our own software? We have enough programmers.”

“Well we could but we have no design documentation or source code and the people who developed it left the department ages ago. We could buy new software and then convert all the stored data into the new format – we’d also need to change the mainframe code – unless we ported the system onto a PC platform with a PC based server. I guess that last option would cost about RM50,000, not counting a new server. The other option would be to write our own software – I wouldn’t like to put a timeline and cost to that, but it would be expensive. It’s not the future that worries me so much as the present. With the current turnover of staff and changes to superannuation, names, addresses etc. I have one person working 45 hours a week just to keep up. Even then it can take up to two weeks for a change to be logged on the mainframe. When we finally run out of spare parts for that PC – we have real problems.”

“Not quite” said Sarah, “You are the IS manager, you have problems. You have been with us for over 11 years and you let this happen. I’ll give you a week and by then I expect to know just what you plan to do to solve this and what you can do to prevent a recurrence of similar problems in the future. Otherwise we may have to review your position here.”

“You try it! I’ll bring in the union and make a real issue of this. There’s only so much that can be done within the confines of the budget I get to work with. We can’t afford top notch people, new hardware and extensive upgrades and all my attention has been on keeping the mission critical systems running – payroll, accounting, the HRM database – plus the network. All of those are running well – the network and main systems have over 98% uptime and most of our help desk calls are resolved in less than 20 minutes. We have no budget for new projects. While superannuation etc. is important it’s not vital. If it takes a week or two before everything gets updated then so what? We both know that a new system would pay for itself in two years or so – but we need to have the money up front to develop the new system and it is not forthcoming. I made requests for funding 5 years ago, 4 years ago and 3 years ago. Eventually I got sick of asking. It's not my fault and it shouldn’t be my problem. You have been here for 3 years – didn’t you take the trouble to find out what had been going on when you came here?”

Sarah realised that they were getting nowhere, “One way or another 30,000 people rely on that system – we have to sort something out. What are the big costs associated with a new system? And why is it so expensive to write our own software?”

“Well we need a dedicated server and network upgrade and the data conversion is a significant cost. We might only really need a snapshot of how things are now – the main database keeps track of payments and other employee records” Azhar responded “but even if we could reduce the cost of conversion somehow, we’d still need to find the funds to develop and run the system. In terms of the costs of a new system is that you only see what is on the screen, we have to produce code that implements our security and authentication procedures. Given the nature of the application validation and quality testing would be significant costs. Bear in mind my staff are really maintenance programmers – they seldom cut new code and a web based system would be a new thing for them. Also because we are slightly understaffed I would have to pay staff overtime rates or outsource the project. Either of those options would cause a budget blow out. – unless of course you have any ideas about how to fund the project?”

“Why can’t we just get someone to input the changes directly to the mainframe?” asked Sarah “That would overcome the PC bottleneck.”

“That had crossed my mind” said Azhar “but there are some difficulties with that – giving a user direct access to the mainframe has security implications – and in any event that only moves the bottle neck from one place to another. Given the age of the main systems, it’s easier to work around them. Creating a file with the updates is the only way to go.”

“Leave it with me …” said Sarah “I’ll explore a few options”

Questions from Case Study 3 HRM

1. Whose side would you take in this argument? Why?

2. Speculate as to what circumstances led to the present state of affairs. How many were preventable?

3. Do you think Azhar has behaved sensibly in regarding the superannuation system as low priority?

4. Is there anything else that Azhar can do in the short term?

5. Consider Sarah’s position. What will happen if she fails to find funding to improve or replace the system?

6. Lack of funding is a major problem in this government department, how would you go about building a case to support an argument for a new system? What funding options would you suggest? (be creative/radical if need be)

7. If funding were to be found, would you develop the project in house or would you bring in an outside company (outsource) to do it? Explain why/why not.

8. Could you establish guidelines to prevent similar problems arising in the future? If so what would they be?

9. Government departments are not-for-profit organisations. Does this mean that will always tend to be underfunded? Or are there exceptions? (Think of some of the government systems that you know about and what purpose they serve.)

Software Engineering - Lesson 7 and Exercise 7


Dear Students,
You may download these documents now.

Software Engineering Lesson 7

Exercise 7

Prepare.

Zainudin

Software Engineering - Extra Homework For You


Dear Software Engineering students.

Please try out these problems.

Zainudin

Software Engineering


Exercise in Class 5 Lecturer : Zainudin Johari

Problem 1

Information Given:

i) A magnetic Hard Disk is labeled Argon

ii) It has 8 plates

iii) Each plate is able to write on both sides.

ii) Each sides have 300 sectors

iii) Each sides have 220 tracks

iv) 1 cluster = 2 sector-track

v) File AngelinaJolie.doc = 2,690,800 bytes

vi) File WithoutYou.mp3 = 376,000 bytes

Calculate:

a) The number of sector-track on one plate?

b) The number of sector-track on entire hard disk?

c) How much can be stored on one plate?

d) How much can be stored on entire hard disk ?

e) How many cluster on one plate?

f) How many cluster on entire hard disk?

g) What is the total track in the entire hard disk?

h) How many cylinders in hard disk ?

i) How many sector-track in 1 (one ) cylinder ?

j) How many clusters to save AngelinaJolie.doc?

k) How many clusters to save WithoutYou.mp3?

l) What is the percentage used by Hard Disk Aragon when saving AngelinaJolie.doc and WithoutYou.mp3 together?

m) What is the percentage left in the Hard Disk Aragon after saving the 2 files?

Problem 2

Information Given:

iv) A magnetic Hard Disk is labeled BradPitt

v) It has 6 plates

vi) The top and bottom surface of this hard disk are not allowed to write.

vii) Each sides have 190 sectors

viii) Each sides have 140 tracks

ix) 1 cluster = 2 sector track

x) File SuriCruise.doc = 4,510,800 bytes

xi) File Dukacita.mp3 = 480,000 bytes

Calculate:

n) The number of sector-track on one plate?

o) The number of sector-track on entire hard disk?

p) How much can be stored on one plate?

q) How much can be stored on entire hard disk ?

r) How many cluster on one plate?

s) How many cluster on entire hard disk?

t) What is the total track in the entire hard disk?

u) How many cylinders in hard disk ?

v) How many sector-track in 1 (one ) cylinder ?

w) How many clusters to save SuriCruise.doc?

x) How many clusters to save Dukacita.mp3?

y) What is the percentage used by Hard Disk BradPitt when saving files SuriCruise.doc and Dukacita.mp3 together?

z) What is the percentage left in the Hard Disk BradPitt after saving the 2 files?

CP 571 Business Information Systems - Lesson 8,9 & 10


Dear Students,
You may download these documents now. These are the last documents covered in this semester.

Lessons

Lesson 8

Lesson 9

Lesson 10

Tutorials

Tutorial 8

Tutorial 9

Tutorial 10

Prepare.

Zainudin

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Software Engineering - Student Submission Tutorial


Dear Students,
These are the names of students who have submitted their tutorial work.

Keep up the Good work. Good Luck.

Zainudin

Note :

Dear Students,
If your names are not in the list and you have already submitted, please email me starting with the subject " SE 2008 Update ". Then I will review it again. Thanks.

Zainudin


Tutorial 1 Part 1

  • Farid Shah Ghazali
  • Lim Yap Seng
  • Kelvin Tan Long Sheng
  • Ahmad Fazeen
  • Pratap Rao
  • Kamalendran Pushaparagan
  • Loo Tong
  • Andrew Ho
  • Victor Foo Yong Yi
  • Ron Hakim Shahrir
  • Mohd Quifei Burhanuddin
  • Marwan Abdillah Ahmed Banafea
  • Ibrahim Abdalla
  • Turki Al Zuhair
  • Belal Abdurrahman Al - Emad
  • Yahya Al-Dura
  • Abdul Wahab Al-Dura



Tutorial 1 Part II

  • Farid Shah Ghazali
  • Lim Yap Seng
  • Kelvin Tan Long Sheng
  • Pratap Rao
  • Kamalendran Pushaparagan
  • Loo Tong
  • Andrew Ho
  • Victor Foo Yong Yi
  • Ron Hakim Shahrir
  • Mohd Quifei Burhanuddin
  • Ahmad Fazeen
  • Thilagan
  • Marwan Abdillah Ahmed Banafea
  • Ibrahim Abdalla
  • Turki Al Zuhair
  • Belal Abdurrahman Al - Emad
  • Yahya Al-Dura
  • Abdul Wahab Al-Dura

Tutorial 2

  • Kamalendran Pushaparagan
  • Farid Shah Ghazali
  • Lim Yap Seng
  • Andrew Ho
  • Kelvin Tan
  • Loo Tong Yew
  • Thilagan
  • Victor Foo
  • Pratap Rao
  • Ibrahim Abdalla
  • Ahmad Fazeen
  • Marwan Abdullah Ahmad Banafee
  • Belal Abdurrahman Al - Emad
  • Yahya Al-Dura
  • Abdul Wahab Al-Dura

Tutorial 3

  • Farid Shah Ghazali
  • Lim Yap Seng
  • Mohd Qfei
  • Ron Hakim
  • Pratap Rao
  • Kamalendran
  • Thilagan
  • Kelvin Tan
  • Victor Foo
  • Ibrahim Abdalla
  • Andrew Ho
  • Marwan Abdullah Ahmad Banafee
  • Turki Al Zuhair
  • Ahmad Fazeen
  • Belal Abdurrahman Al - Emad
  • Yahya Al-Dura
  • Abdul Wahab Al-Dura
  • Loo Tong

Tutorial 4
  • Farid Shah Ghazali
  • Lim Yap Seng
  • Ibrahim Abdalla
  • Kelvin Tan
  • Andrew Ho
  • Victor Foo
  • Marwan Abdullah Ahmad Banafee
  • Turki Al Zuhair
  • Kamalendran
  • Belal Abdurrahman Al - Emad
  • Yahya Al-Dura
  • Abdul Wahab Al-Dura
  • Pratap Rao
  • Loo Tong

Tutorial 5

  • Farid Shah Ghazali
  • Lim Yap Seng
  • Kelvin Tan
  • Andrew Ho
  • Victor Foo
  • Ron Hakim
  • Ibrahim Abdalla
  • Marwan Abdullah Ahmad Banafee
  • Turki Al Zuhair
  • Kamalendran
  • Belal Abdurrahman Al - Emad
  • Yahya Al-Dura
  • Abdul Wahab Al-Dura
  • Pratap Rao
  • Loo Tong
  • Ahmad Fazeen

Tutorial 6

  • Kelvin Tan
  • Victor Foo
  • Lim Yap Seng
  • Marwan Abdullah Ahmad Banafee
  • Ahmad Fazeen
  • Turki Al Zuhair
  • Ibrahim Abdalla
  • Andrew Ho
  • Belal Abdurrahman Al - Emad
  • Yahya Al-Dura
  • Abdul Wahab Al-Dura
  • Farid Shah Ghazali
  • Kamalendran
  • Pratap Rao

Tutorial 7

  • Yahya Al-Dura
  • Lim Yap Seng
  • Farid Shah Ghazali
  • Kamalendran
  • Mohd QFei
  • Ron Hakim



Extra Homework

  • Ahmad Fazeen
Tutorial 8
  • Lim Yap Seng
  • Farid Shah Ghazali
  • Ahmad Fazeen



Tutorial 9
  • Lim Yap Seng
  • Farouk Shah Ghazali
  • Ahmad Fazeen



Tutorial 10

  • Lim Yap Seng

CP 571 Business Information Systems - Student Submission Tutorial



These are the names of Students who have submitted their exercise in Class:

Congratulations to students who have included referencing which is good for your future undertakings. Keep up the Good Work.

Tutorial 1

  • Diana Mohd Saari
  • Zailatu Aini Ngah
  • Eugene Ng Mei Hong
  • Mona Idayani Mahmud
  • Rozilah Sabtu
  • Zhao Ya Lin
  • Siti Zailha Mohamed Razak
  • Shariefah Fazizah Syed Kamar Bashah
  • Noor Hidayah Basri
  • Helen Eboh Cletus
  • Syarina Shaari
  • Alia Zawani Md Yusof
  • Ilayarasa Pandivan
  • Mohd Sazali Hamzah
  • Logambal Somasundran
  • Muhd. Akmal Abd. Kudus
  • Wei Wei
  • Viviana Ruby
  • Thamarai Manikam
  • Nur Nasyitah Shamsudin
  • Joshua Min Jong Seok
  • Roslaini Ismail


Tutorial 2


  • Joshua Min Jong Seok
  • Nur Nasyitah Shamsudin
  • Ilayarasa Pandiyan
  • Sharifah Fazizah Syed Kamar Bashah
  • Mona Idayani Mahmud
  • Zhao Ya Lin
  • Eugene Ng Mei Fong
  • Helen Eboh Cletus
  • Syarina Shaari
  • Viviana Ruby
  • Alia Zawani Md. Yusof
  • Siti Zaliha Mohamed @ Razak
  • Mohd Sazali Hanzah
  • Diana Mohd. Saari
  • Wei Wei
  • Roslaini Ismail
  • Thamarai Manikam
  • Mohd Akmal Abd. Kudus
  • Noor Hidayah Basri
  • Zailatu Aini Ngah
  • Rozilah Sabtu
  • Logambal Somasundran

Tutorial 3

  • Sharifah Fazizah Syed Kamar Bashah
  • Ilayarasa Pandiyan
  • Viviana Ruby
  • Mona Idayani Mahmud
  • Min Joshua
  • Sharina Shaari
  • Thamarai Manikam
  • Helen Eboh Cletus
  • Wei Wei
  • Siti Zaliha Mohd @ Razak
  • Logambal Somasundran
  • Alia Zawawi Md Yusof
  • Eugene Ng
  • Mohd Sazali Hanzah
  • Mohd Akmal Abd Kudus
  • Noor Hidayah Basri
  • Zailatu Aini Ngah
  • Rozilah Sabtu
  • Nur Nasyitah Shamsudin
  • Diana Mohd Saari
  • Roslaini Ismail


Tutorial 4

  • Sharifah Fazizah Syed Kamar Bashah
  • Ilayarasa Pandiyan
  • Viviana Ruby
  • Min Joshua
  • Thamarai Manikam
  • Mona Idayani Mahmud
  • Helen Eboh Cletus
  • Zhao Ya Lin
  • Wei Wei
  • Syarina Shaari
  • Siti Zaliha Mohd @ Razak
  • Logambal Somasundram
  • Alia Zawani Md Yusuf
  • Eugene Ng
  • Mohd Sazali Hanzah
  • Noor Hidayah Basri
  • Zailatu Aini Ngah
  • Nur Nasyitah Shamsudin
  • Rozilah Sabtu
  • Roslaini Sabtu
  • Diana Mohd Saari


Tutorial 5
  • Sharifah Faziezah Syed Kamar Bashah
  • Viviana Ruby
  • Siti Zaliha Mohamed @ Razak
  • Ilayarasa Pandiyan
  • Eugene Ng
  • Alia Zawani
  • Syarina Shaari
  • Zhao Ya Lin
  • Helen Eboh Cletus
  • Noor Hidayah Basri
  • Mohd Sazali Hanzah
  • Rozilah Sabtu
  • Joshua Min
  • Mona Idayani
  • Thamarai
  • Zailatu Aini Ngah
  • Wei Wei
  • Diana Mohd Saari
  • Logambal Somasundra
  • Nur Nasyitah Shamsudin
  • Roslaini Ismail

Tutorial 6

  • Joshua Min
  • Viviana Ruby
  • Sharifah Faziezah Syed Kamar Bashah
  • Siti Zaliha Mohamed @ Razak
  • Helen Eboh Cletus
  • Ilaya Rasa
  • Logambal Somasundra
  • Noor Hidayah Basri
  • Mona Idayani
  • Muhd Akmal Abd. Kudus
  • Rozilah Sabtu
  • Eugene Ng
  • Thamarai
  • Zhao Ya Lin
  • Zailatu Aini Ngah
  • Syarina Shaari
  • Alia Zawani Md Yusof
  • Nur Nasyitah Shamsudin
  • Wei Wei


Tutorial 7

  • Joshua Min
  • Viviana Ruby
  • Sharifah Faziezah Syed Kamar Bashah
  • Siti Zaliha Mohamed @ Razak
  • Helen Eboh Cletus
  • Ilaya Rasa
  • Mona Idayani
  • Muhd Akmal Abd. Kudus
  • Rozilah Sabtu
  • Eugene Ng
  • Thamarai
  • Zhao Ya Lin
  • Syarina Shaari
  • Alia Zawani Md Yusof
  • Logambal
  • Wei Wei
  • Zailatu Aini Ngah
  • Roslaini Ismail


Tutorial 8

  • Viviana Ruby
  • Eugene Ng
  • Mona Idayani
  • Zhao Ya Lin
  • Alia Zawani Md Yusuf
  • Syarina Shaari
  • Wei Wei
  • Rozilah Sabtu
  • Logambal
  • Min Joshua
  • Zailatu Aini Ngah
  • Siti Zaliha
  • Sharifah Faziezah
  • Thamarai
  • Ilyarasa
  • Nor Hidayah Basri
  • Helen Eboh Cletus


Tutorial 9
  • Viviana Ruby
  • Eugene Ng
  • Mona Idayani
  • Zhao Ya Lin
  • Alia Zawani Md Yusuf
  • Syarina Shaari
  • Wei Wei
  • Rozilah Sabtu
  • Logambal
  • Min Joshua
  • Zailatu Aini Ngah
  • Siti Zaliha
  • Sharifah Faziezah
  • Thamarai
  • Ilyarasa





Tutorial 10
  • Viviana Ruby
  • Eugene Ng
  • Mona Idayani
  • Zhao Ya Lin
  • Alia Zawani Md Yusuf
  • Syarina Shaari
  • Wei Wei
  • Rozilah Sabtu
  • Logambal
  • Min Joshua
  • Siti Zaliha
  • Sharifah Faziezah
  • Thamarai
  • Ilyarasa





Keep up the Good Work.

Zainudin

Thursday, February 21, 2008

CP 571 Business Information Systems - Results For Case Study # 1 : Sandra Cookies


Dear Students,
These are the results of the Case Study #1.

Name of Group Members Grade

Sharifah Fazizah,Ilayarasa. Viviana Ruby D
Zailatu Aini, Diana,Nur Nasyitah HD
EugeneNg Mei Hong, Alia Zawani D
Logambal,Thamarai,Syarina D
Zhao Ya Lin, Wei Wei C
Mohd Sazali Hanzah,Noor Hidayah Basri C
Rozilah Sabtu,Mona Idayani Mahmud D
Muhd Akmal Abd Kudus, Ruslaini Ismail C
Helen Eboh Cletus, Siti Zaliha Mohamed @ Razak, Joshua Min HD





HD = High Distinction ( 80 - 100%)

D=Distinction ( 70-79%)

C= Credit ( 60-69%)

Good luck and Congratulations.

Note :

Remember that Hard Work Pays!

Zainudin Johari

Sunday, February 17, 2008

CP 571 Business Information Systems - Student Submission Case Study


Dear Students,

These are the names of group members who have submitted CP 571 Case Study.

Case Study # 1 : Sandra Cookies

Group

  1. Sharifah Fazizah,Ilayarasa. Viviana Ruby
  2. Zailatu Aini, Diana,Nur Nasyitah
  3. Ng Mei Hong, Alia Zawani
  4. Logambal,Thamarai,Syarina
  5. Zhao Ya Lin, Wei Wei
  6. Mohd Sazali Hanzah,Noor Hidayah Basri
  7. Rozilah Sabtu,Mona Idayani Mahmud
  8. Muhd Akmal Abd Kudus, Ruslaini Ismail ( Softcopy Submission Only)
  9. Helen Eboh Cletus, Siti Zaliha Mohamed @ Razak, Joshua Min ( Softcopy Submission Only )

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

CP 571 Business Information Sytems - Case Study # 2 : BLUE Books


Dear Students,
This is the case Study #2 called : BLUE Books

Dead Line : 29 February 2008

Case Study No. 2

Blue Books

Blue Books is a sizeable high street bookshop in Kuala Lumpur. It has occupies several floors of a prime high street location. In addition to selling books it also sells videos, DVDs and CDs and has a coffee shop on the fifth floor. Blue Books has a history of innovation, it was the first bookshop in Kuala Lumpur with electronic point of sales systems, and the first to provide customers with PC based catalogue browsing instore. Increased competition and declining profit margins led to the move into CDs and DVDs and more recently into select, upmarket stationary. A large amount of Blue Books’ business is derived from overseas visitors to Kuala Lumpur but there is a substantial local customer base and repeat business from Australian visitors to the store.

There are 16 checkout positions, most of which have two electronic cash registers linked to a central database. The cash registers have limited processing power and can not access the inventory system directly to answer customer queries. The systems has worked very well for the last 6 years but the hardware started to show signs of failure The software is efficient but limited and it is very difficult to carry out data capture on customers or to carry out sophisticated queries on the database for marketing purposes. Blue Books is a good business but in order to maintain its health it needs to market and merchandise more effectively and this means replacing the exist hardware and software with something which is better aligned with the business plan. Consequently a replacement system has been commissioned.

Eric Kruger handles all IS/IT support for the Kuala Lumpur store. He was closely involved in the development of the system which is now due for replacement. He was promoted to the position of IT manager two years ago. He started at Blue Books nine years ago, joining the company after graduating with first class honours in Computer Science. He has since completed a Graduate Diploma in Business with a view to taking an MBA at a later date. The directors decided to put Eric in charge of the project to replace the older hardware and software and has he has been told to reduce costs where possible.

Eric has followed a traditional systems development approach and has taken the trouble to confirm the user requirements for an integrated software system that can handle sales, inventory, transaction processing, and marketing. The software uses a single server and PCs with barcode readers to function. The company offered to provide a turnkey (ready to use) system for around RM360,000 (include installation) with ongoing software and network licensing costs of RM80,000 AUD per year. Eric has taken the trouble to price up everything that he would need to build the system and realises that he could save over RM60,000 by sourcing all the equipment locally and bringing in contract staff to handle the changeover. His procurement list included a new network, PCs to use as both electronic tills and for handling customer enquiries, a further 12 PCs placed on the shop floor to allow customers to browse the online catalogue and to place orders. The database server is a state of the art dual processor model. Eric made sure that he specified conformance to the network and hardware standards specified by the software supplier in his purchase orders. Sensibly, he has arranged for the system to be installed over a long weekend. Since the networking cabling was upgraded two years ago, it is quite capable of supporting the new systems and does not need to be replaced, however the new system requires updated networking software.

Work began on dismantling the old system as soon as the store closed its doors on Friday evening and by midnight this part of the project was complete. By 9.00am on Saturday the new hardware is in place and the software has been installed. The project is nearly 20 hours ahead of schedule. Eric tests the system by scanning a book – and finds that it fails to operate. Realising that he has only a short period of time to sort the problems out, he telephones the software company, the business that supplied the server, the PC supplier and the network software vendor in an effort to understand the problem. The network people blame the server company, the server company in turn point to problems with the PCs and networking. The PC company say that they manufacture to widely used, international standards and have never had any such problems before. The network software company points out that its product is used world wide in many different applications.

Eric realises that he has two and a half days in which to sort this problem out or his future with the company looks bleak. It crosses his mind to walk off the job and tender his resignation. Right now he has 6 contract staff standing around waiting for instructions.

Questions

1. How did Eric manage to get himself into this mess?

2. Would walking off the job and resigning be a reasonable option? Why?

3. What should Eric do immediately?

4. What should be done in the short term?

5. What should be done to resolve the problems on a permanent basis?

6. What revisions to policies and procedures should be made to prevent a recurrence?

7. Should Eric be allowed to keep his job? Why/why not?

Zainudin Johari

Sunday, February 3, 2008

Final Year Project January 2008 - Submission of Proposal


Dear Students,
These are the names of students who have confirmed the Project Title and already submitted a copy of their proposal. Please make sure that you have been given a copy of the Final Year Project Log Book 2008.

Thank you.

Best of Luck.

Regards

Zainudin

No Name Title

1 Aqueela Ismail Pet Registration and Visitation Systems for Pine tree Day Care Centre

2. Chin Kian Teck KLIA-Express Ticketing Online Systems

3. Steven Loh Super Enterprise Production Scheduling Systems

4. Gopitheran Ponnudurai E Diners Reservation and Ordering Systems (EDROS)

5. Shalini Muniandy Student management of Macro Systems Consultancy Sdn Bhd

6. Chong Sern Loon Hotel Information Systems (need to be more specific )

7. Suriati Munir Karangkraf e-Library Systems

8. Aisya Adnan Rawang School of Art Course Management Systems

9. Hafidz Kurnyawan Unity College International E-Library Tracking Systems

10. Mohd Fahmi Rezaruddin To be announced later

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