Class and Section
: IT 230
: Gregorio, Ralph
Frasco, Harry Nelson
: August 19, 2012
: Sagittarius Mines Inc.
Title of Project Stage
: Employee Management, Inventory and Purchasing System
Sagittarius Mines Inc.
REQUIREMENTS SPECIFICATION AND CONCEPTUAL DATA MODEL
Employee Management, Inventory and Purchasing System
Sagittarius Mines Inc.
I. REQUIREMENTS SPECIFICATION
Sagittarius Mines, Inc. (SMI) is developing the Tampakan Copper-Gold Project in southern Philippine island of Mindanao, involving one of the world’s largest undeveloped copper-gold deposits. SMI is a contractor of the Philippine Government under the terms of a Financial and Technical Assistance Agreement (FTAA).
SMI currently operate from offices in Makati City in Manila, in General Santos and Digos cities and in the municipalities of Tampakan, Columbio, and Kiblawan. As at the end of 2010 we employed more than 370 staff and more than 1,000 contractors.
SMI has a strong track-record as a company that works in a responsible manner. In fact, their commitment to corporate social responsibility in the Philippines has been recognized with numerous awards including the 2006, 2009 and 2010 Presidential Environmental Award, the 2010 Award of Distinction from the Safety Organization of the Philippines and recognition in 2010 as the Outstanding Stakeholder from the Department of Education in Region XII.
Sagitarrius Mines Inc. is being managed by a general manager who oversees the Operations Manager, Human Resource Manager, Finance and Commercial Manager, Risk Management andProgram Manager.
Human Resource Manager
And Program Manager
General Manager – Duties include Increases management's effectiveness by recruiting, selecting, orienting, training, coaching, counseling, and disciplining managers; communicating values, strategies, and objectives; assigning accountabilities; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; developing incentives; developing a climate for offering information and opinions; providing educational opportunities. Develops strategic plan by studying technological and financial opportunities; presenting assumptions; recommending objectives. Accomplishes subsidiary objectives by establishing plans, budgets, and results measurements; allocating resources; reviewing progress; making mid-course corrections. Coordinates efforts by establishing procurement, production, marketing, field, and technical services policies and practices; coordinating actions with corporate staff. Builds company image by collaborating with customers, government, community organizations, and employees; enforcing ethical business practices. Maintains quality service by establishing and enforcing organization standards. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices; participating in professional societies.
Operations Manager - An operations manager runs the day-to-day operations of an organization or business. Her sole purpose is to find ways to make the company more productive by providing effective methods in its business operations. An individual in this position usually prepares program budgets, facilitates several programs around the company, controls inventory, handles logistics and interviews and supervises employees. A person interested in operations management needs to have a strong leadership background and must know how to handle problems quickly and efficiently. In addition, she must have great communication skills
Human Resource Manager- The Human Resources Manager originates and leads Human Resources practices and objectives...
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