Author: Estoque, Jenssa D.
Co-Author/s: Balagot, Karen Joy C., De Guzman, Monica B., Doctolero, Jonnie L., Garcia, Khean Gil V., Jacaban, Romeo D., Lumpias, Kevin Claine L.
Month Completed: March
Year Completed: 2015
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This study aimed to develop an Agoo Abattoir (Slaughter House) Point of Sale System. Specifically, it seeks to answers the following objectives: 1)to determine the capabilities and constraints of the existing method or procedure of Agoo Abattoir in terms of; a) manpower, b)hardware, e) software, and d) procedure; 2) developed an Agoo Abattoir (Slaughter House) Point of sale System; and 3) ascertained the usability of the developed Point of Sale System of Agoon Abattoir (Slaughter House) in terms of: a) effectiveness, b) control, c) efficiency, and d) correctness. To attain the state objectives, the researcher used the descriptive and developmental methods to organize the presentation, description and interpretation of the data gathered. The output of this method is used as the basis of the developed Agoo Abattoir (Slaughter House) Point of Sale System. The gathered data the respondents was analyzed and interpreted with the use of 5 Point Likert Scale.
Based from the results the researcher found out Treasurer’s Office still used the semi-computerized operation. The capabilities and constraint of the existing method or procedure of Municipality of Agoo, La Union treasurer’s office with the overall mean of 3.77 implies that it is a constraint in terms of Manpower, Hardware, Software and Procedures. The developers utilized the Rapid Application Development (RAD) Model which served as basis to develop the Agoo Abattoir (Slaughter House) Point of Sale System. Since the developed POS System was systematically computed and managed the process of payment in their slaughterhouse and can spontaneously identify and calculate the total Slaughter House fess. The result of the level of usability of the POS System shows that it is usable in terms of effectiveness, control, efficiency and correctness with the overall mean of 4.02.