Payroll System

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
We would like to acknowledge with profound gratitude the assistance of those persons who gratefully contributed to the success of this project. Mr. Robert Managbanag, Professor ,his enthusiasm and concern stimulated us to make this study accomplished. We would like to acknowledge his supportive assistance throughout the entire period of doing this system. Our parents, who show their support throughout the whole making of the project. Pearlbiz Marketing, our client, who extend their full consideration to us and provide our needed information. To our friends, who help and give their advices regarding my topic. To the staff of national library, who assisted me in searching for information needed in this project. And most especially to the ALMIGHTY GOD, for the sources of information, knowledge and wisdom who provide guidance for me to finish this study.

DEDICATION
This pieces of work is
Lovingly dedicated to our
Saviour “JESUS CHRIST”
To our Parents
Who served as my inspiration
for the fulfilment of this task.
To all our friends and classmates,
who show their moral support to us.
To our Instructor as well as mentor,
Mr. Robert Managbanag., who
contributed his knowledge to make this
project successful.

CHAPTER I
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

INTRODUCTION

The influence of computers is universal. Computers are used in applications ranging from running a farm, diagnosing a disease and designing to constructing and launching a space vehicle. Because the development of computers has been largely the work of scientists, it is natural that a large body of computer applications serves the scientist. To solve scientific problems researchers must deal with the language of science: mathematics. To understand more deeply complex natural phenomena, scientist must use complex mathematical relationships and volumes of data too impossible to manage without the aid of computers. Many scientific computer programs serve the entire population. The links included herein relate to computers and their uses. A system is collection of components that interact to achieve some goal. A computer system as collection of components, including a computer, that interact to achieve some goal. Note that a computer system is not merely a computer. Rather, a computer is one part of a computer system. a business computer system is a collection of components, including a computer that interacts to satisfy some business need. For example, some business computer system manage inventory, some issue invoices, some compute taxes and so forth. Many business people incorrectly believe that a business computer system is merely a computer, and that if they simply buy a computer all their business problems will be solved. Actually, the computer is only one of five components of a business computer system. The other four components are important and often expensive and integrating all five components into a working system can be challenging task. The five components of a business computer system are hardware, programs, data, procedures, and trained personnel. All five are required for an effective business computer system; take away components and the business needs which the system was supposed to satisfy cannot be met. Let’s consider each of the five components in turn. Hardware it is the first and most obvious component of a business computer system is computer equipment. Programs this is the second components of a business computer system. Data is the third components of a business computer system. Data means simply the facts that go into a computer to be processed or stored for later retrieval. Procedures are instructions for people on the use and operation of a system. Trained personnel it is the final...
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