I-Factor Testimony Bureau

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CHAPTER 1

1.1 PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project deals with the I-Factor followed for an IT firm and also with the profit and process management followed for a firm. The Software companies will be in need of the hardware resources from the different client and the problem faced by the company is they will be unable to get the complete requirements of the hardware as due to finance to solve this, the company focus on the banking sector. The company directly will be having the direct investment on the banking sector and with the help of bank the company will be getting the hardware resources from the client. As part of the manual it is very difficult to manage the process of the bank to provide the facilities to all the company having account with them. Based on the criteria followed in the banking sector ,they will be providing the opportunities to the firm to get the hardware requirements to them.

1.2 NEED FOR THE PROJECT

This project helps to maintain the details of the clients, banks and transaction details in full fledged security. Unauthorized persons cannot access the data. The transactions are kept online, so that there is fast completion of the transaction process available

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CHAPTER 2
2.1 EXISTING SYSTEM
The existing system is being done manually. Each process is entered by manual means. The process involved in creating a particular report consumes such time, since searching through the manual record involves more manual activity which is a time consuming process. The process can be prone to resulting in errors and in duplication of data. Apart from tedious process, there is a chance for missing data and reports. Limitations of Existing System:

➢ Existing system is a window based Application.

➢ The time involved in retrieving any information takes long. ➢ File transfer is very difficult in window based application. ➢ Lots of papers has be maintained
2.2 PROPOSED SYSTEM
This project helps to maintain the details of the clients, banks and transaction details in full fledged security. Unauthorized persons cannot access the data. The transactions are kept online, so that there is fast completion of the transaction process available. ➢ The current system is developed by web based application.

➢ No need for manual work.

➢ The retrieval time is quick and fast.

➢ File Transfer is very easy.

2.3 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS

Depending on a number of factors, including how much experience we have with the type of work we’re doing, if you are using subcontractors, and the information you have from the client, estimating the time for a project can be difficult. Here is the process I use when scoping the time commitment for a new project.

Identify Deliverables

The first step is to identify the main project (i.e. Website Redesign), and then pinpoint the specific deliverables associated with the project. For example, upon completion of the redesign, you will be providing the client with a newly designed website by FTPing the site files and sending the client a CD or USB drive with the working files.

Project Planning

Initial meeting with client to gauge scope of project
Provide client with project information sheet to get more information about what they like/don’t like about their existing site Review/analyze existing site and client form
Develop list of areas site changes to be made
Get approval from client

Design
Get approval from client
Code pages

Create new navigation
Reorganize content into new pages
Optimize for SEs

Testing
Cross-browser testing
Validate code
Check links
Test forms

Add It Up

The next step is to estimate time for each task, rounding up. If you are using subcontractors, you will need to get their time estimates first and work them into your time. Then take the total time for all of the tasks and add in a buffer. The buffer can be anything, although I usually stick with a...
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