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Fitness Time Company GYM Management System System Analysis and Design Document Introduction: Opening of branches by Fitness Time Company and the need of automating its operations calls for the need to acquire Gym Management System. The system will help transform operations from paper based operations to automated computerised operations. Also, the system will enable real-time management of the activities in the company (In all the branches and the head office). This document describes the system analysis and design of the Gym Management System. Purpose and scope The system is supposed to handle the information of members and employees of Fitness Time Company. All the transactions carried out by the company, in all its branches are captured by the system. The system will store information of employees, members, payroll, receipts, and products. System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) System analysis and design helps in efficient and effective development of systems. SDLC is also called Application Development Life Cycle (ADLC) or Software Development Process. SDLC is the process of planning, analysing, designing, implementing, deploying, testing and maintaining a computer software system. SDLC has the following phases: a) Planning phase: In this phase, the need for the Gym Management System, by Fitness Time Company is clearly outlined. A management plan will be developed in this phase. Deliverables and any resources required are also highlighted.
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b) Analysis phase: In this phase, requirements for the Gym system will be collected and analysed extensively, to determine the feasibility of the system. A detailed Requirements definition document is compiled. c) Design phase: This phase involves transforming the requirements definition document into a comprehensive system design document that highlights in detail how the system functionality will be implemented. d) Implementation phase: The System Design Document will be converted into a fully functional Gym management system. e) Testing phase: The Gym management system will be tested extensively to ensure it works as expected. f) Deployment phase: The Fitness Time Company will deploy their system and start using it in their company. g) Maintenance phase: The Gym system will be maintained to ensure it withstands the taste of time and that no malfunctions occur. More modules can be added during this phase. Similarly functionality of the system can be scaled and improved during this phase.
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Figure 1 SDLC Phases System Evaluation The Gym management system will be developed to meet the system and functional requirements defined in the Requirements Definition Document. System evaluation will be carried out majorly to verify how the Gym system will full fill the intended objectives of Fitness Time Company. Also, the evaluation process will be used to tell if the system works with minimal errors and that the intended users of the system can use the system properly. System evaluation process entails comparing the system with the initial requirements, evaluating user’s experience, identifying the limitations of the current system and identifying system improvements. Final system improvements follow. Basically
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