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Informationssystem för service av truckar och städmaskiner

by Andersson, Henrik; Brånedal, Lars; Sahlin, Daniel

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This paper describes the evolutionary development of an information system for a small company. The company performs overhaul of forklifts and cleaning machines. The company has already an information system that handles the reports from these overhauls but it needs a supplementary tool that assist the chief planner to plan forthcoming overhauls.It should be able to display coming overhauls in a timetable and eventually print them, either to a PDF file or to a document. The timetables this function produces will help the chief planner and the assemblers to get a good overview of their day-to-day work.The tool needs to be intelligent in that way that it takes into consideration were in the country different assignments will be performed. So that time consuming travels over great distances can be avoided. This coordination will lead to higher profitability for the company and more satisfied customers.The paper contains theoretic background about what models and methods that are used in the development of an information system. This theoretic background is then used when developing a system in practise and the result of this is then showed. In the end the results are compared to the demands, goals and requirements stated in the beginning of the paper, to see if they are fulfilled.This is a degree thesis at the S c ho o l o f E n gineering, Jö nkö pin g U niversity. It’s a part of the programme: Communication and Information Technology, and are mainly based on knowledge from the following courses: Programming Methods, Database Systems and Trends, Software Engineering Methods and Systems Analysis and Design with a Concept of Quality.
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School:Högskolan i Jönköping

School Location:Sweden

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:database theory development models object oriented software engineering usability

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Date of Publication:09/13/2006

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