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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tatiana Bolshakova
The Design of the Planning System for the Execution of Orders on Development of Websites
Applied Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2017
In this work, the business processes that occur during the organization's activities on websites development are studied. The purpose of this work is to design of the planning system for the orders execution on websites development, which could compete with task accounting systems that have similar functionality. During the work process the AllFusion Process Modeler tool was used to analyze and simulate business processes of a web studio that create websites. With help of Enterprise Architect software there has been developed a logical model of the planning system that allowed us to explore the activities and interaction between different parts of the system. Using this model and with help of AllFusion ERwin Data Modeler product the logical and physical data models were also developed. These logical and physical data models allowed us to automate the process of database creation in the Microsoft SQl Server database management system. The results of this work may be useful in the development of task tracking system for web studios, which need to automate the process of planning of orders execution on the websites development.

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