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Title: Online mobile configuration system
Authors: Shameera, A.W.F.
Nadhira, A.K.F.
Keywords: Computerize
Issue Date: 26-Jun-2018
Publisher: Faculty of Arts and Culture, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka.
Citation: 6th South Eastern University Arts Research Session 2017 on "New Horizons towards Human Development ". 26th June 2018. South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, Oluvil, Sri Lanka. pp.193-198.
Abstract: This software project is develop to solve all the problems in the present manual system. We develop this standalone application named “Mobile Configuration System” to enhance efficiency, productivity and responsiveness and reduce the user and admin load of work. This system is expect to manage details of customers, mobile details, description about mobiles and its details. Typical users of this system are admin and users or customers. This system is supposed to be connect through network with every user (administrators, customer) through their user name and password. So user can see the details about Mobile details, admin can update the report about mobile details day by day. By implementing the computerized system connected to a database, the admin would be highly supported in their regular activities. It would be searching the past records of the user, generating the mobile brands. These facts are carrying out an efficient service with reducing of workload and paper base system. All the interface are user friendly, component based and attractive, software design technique used for the project is object oriented design as it is a more effective way of producing flexible software. The system will be implement using the technologies such as C#, ASP.NET and Microsoft SQL Server. The ultimate goal of this project is to provide a good, accurate and efficient Online Mobile Configuration System with new technologies.
ISSN: 2651 - 0219
Appears in Collections:SEUARS - 2017

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