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|Title: ||SALON MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR “SALON NIROSHA”|
|Authors: ||JAYAWARDENA, G.J.V.P.S.O|
|Issue Date: ||2017|
‘Salon Nirosha’ which is a hair and beauty parlor currently use a manual procedure to deal with its management processes. Its customers do not have a proper way to make an appointment; other than making a call or visit the Salon premise. Salon owner, employees and customers need to keep reminders on their mobiles over appointments. Salon owner and her employees maintain a diary to note down the appointment details. Service details of the salon are written in papers; which always leading for misplacements. Owner need to write all the service details at a new paper once it get misplaced or updated. Once a payment has done, customer will receive a hand written receipt (from the manual receipt book), and the cashier is keeping a copy of the same receipt. There is a higher risk of misplacing the receipt copies. Owner has no proper way to manage her employees and clients.
This project was done to solve the abovementioned problems prevails at ‘Salon Nirosha’. It was expected to provide a Salon Management System Software to manage her employees, clients, client appointments, reminders, services, resources and payments while providing a dashboard to view information and generating crucial reports to support the higher managerial decisions.
Project development was based on OO (Object Oriented) concepts. Java was selected as the programming language; basically jsp and servlet frameworks were used. STS (Spring Tool Suit) was the IDE (Integrated Development Environment) used. Apache Tomcat was used as the server, and pgAdmin as the database. Improved version of windows starts from version 7 was expected to be used as the OS (Operating System). Several design tools like: MS Visio, Visual Paradigm etc., used at design drawing. Entire project was developed under Iterative Waterfall SDLC Methodology.
Salon Management System which was fully tested using a variety of testing methods (such as unit, integration and system testing) was implemented at the client site successfully. The user manual handover to the salon employees was seemed to be very useful for them to work with the system. The highest satisfactory feedback of the Client was able to gain after the user acceptance testing.|
|Appears in Collections:||2016/2017 BIT Undergraduate thesis|
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