Name of Proponents:

Jonn Wilfred Pablo

Jeffrey M. Quinquileria

School Year/Trimester: 2010-2011/2nd Tri

Proposed Title:

" Imatech's Job Resource Database”

Area of Exploration

Imatech is composed of the best in the industry, with knowledgeable sales personnel and continually trained technical engineers and technical staff. The company designs, items and works with Audio Visible Systems which can be technologically advanced and adheres to international criteria.

The Problem which the proponents cited from Imatech Company was generally of the manual job procedure regarding their Presence, Payroll, Documents, Reports, and Time Keeping. Basically they do not have computer system based program at all. Hence all documents are not prepared and anchored.

We will give you them a computerized, organized, accessible, and user-friendly system that can cover all beginner companies' ought to make their particular work much easier, fast and reliable. A method that you will never question anything anymore from it, because everything a HR employee required is already in this article. A complete and pack with organizer resource database.

Cause of Choice

Employing our modern technology the advocates want to offer solution to this problem, to change manual solution to computer centered system. We wish to change traditional manual method into a finish, computerized, organized, accessible, yet user-friendly system to provide easy-pulled-up information to Human Resource Office as well as to the owner of the company.

Importance of the Study

The proposed program will provide ease: an easy-pulled-up information, accuracy and reliability: provides traditional and depending on facts details, organized; a proper segregated files of all employees all in one system, Security: only the HR Section and the owner can pull-up the information they need, Accessible and User-friendly: gives easy access and straightforward understanding to any user.

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