SMALL BUSINESS CLIENT MANAGEMENT DATABASE
A mini-thesis written at
MAG MEDIA DESIGN
and submitted to
in partial fulfillment
of the requirements for the
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
___________________________________ Employer Advisor
___________________________________ Faculty Advisor
This thesis is being submitted as partial and final fulfillment of the cooperative work experience requirements of Kettering University needed to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Degree. The conclusions and opinions expressed in this thesis are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the position of Kettering University or my employer, or any of its directors, officers, agents, or employees with respect to the matters discussed. PREFACE
I would like to acknowledge the following people in their contributions to helping me put together this project. Without their knowledge and assistance this min-thesis wouldn’t have been possible/ 1.
Dave Johnston, Kettering University student studying in the field of management. Graduates spring of 2003. 2.
Peter Stanchev, Computer Science professor at Kettering University. 3.
Gilbert Hale, independent database designer from Buffalo, New York. 4.
Wayne Andrei, controller at Roseville Chrysler Jeep, also my co-op employer.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Criteria and Parameters
II. COMPANY PROFILES
V. the program
TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONTINUED)
VI. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
1. Database Hierarchies
2. Company Screen
3. Project Screen
4. Sub-project Screen
5. Main Screen
The following mini-thesis was created for the design and implementation of a small business client management database. A small program was designed in Visual Basic with the aid of Microsoft Access. This database was completely custom designed for MAG Media Design, a multimedia company. The program will allow the user to input and view data easily in an organized and productive way. Problem Topic
As MAG Media Design continues to grow, so does its business. Without a uniform system to manage these clients, business became complicated and hard to follow. The author was faced with the proposed problem, to design a database management system that would help maintain client profiles, projects and subprojects. Doing so would allow MAG Media Design to have a much more organized approach to their business and in time become continually beneficial. Background
MAG Media Design started offering multimedia solutions in spring of 2003. Based in Sterling Heights, Michigan MAG Media Design is completely owned and operated by the author, Anthony Montalbano. Offering such project ideas as websites, flyers, logos, graphics, animation, DVD’s, and custom project ideas, MAG Media Design is open to all business and personal needs....
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