Funeral Management System Proposal

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BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
TECHNOLOGY
City of Malolos, Bulacan

FUNERAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM <Client>

CHAPTER I
1.0 PROJECT DESCRIPTION

1.1 OVERVIEW OF THE CURRENT STATE OF TECHNOLOGY
Dealing with the death of a loved one can be particularly difficult when the funeral is delayed because you don't have the body, either temporarily or indefinitely. But there can be alternative ways to commemorate the dead.

FMS has been developed to offer the funeral profession the most comprehensive administration software package currently available. It is written in the very latest powerful Windows programming language enabling the user to manage every aspect of a funeral easily onto the system. The software has been researched over a period of time in conjunction with leading undertakers to ensure it provides exactly what is needed to ensure the management of each funeral is carried out as easily and professionally as possible. The package has been designed to take all the administrative paperwork out of preparing a funeral ensuring you project the most professional service to the customer. As much of the system as possible has been automated using new and powerful Windows programming techniques. Researchers thought that they have covered almost every eventual feature that may be required. Easy options have been incorporated like tick boxes to select various options. After generating all the billing and invoicing functions, the program fully integrates with most of the leading Accounting software programs like Sage. The system holds all details of the Applicant, a next of kin or Solicitor and the deceased. Details of the Service and Committal are compiled from databases held of all churches, ministers and cemeteries held on the system. Full details of the service, including hymns are retained, production of death notices and all transport details that may be required. A host of extras are may also be...
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