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Title: A Public Monitoring and Evaluation Web-Application for the Brewery Industry in Uganda: A Case of Nile Breweries (U) Ltd
Authors: Nakibira, Winnie
Keywords: Public Monitoring and Evaluation
Issue Date: Aug-2011
Publisher: Kampala international international : School of computing and Information technology
Abstract: The study particularly establishes an electronic centralized distributed system to monitor and evaluate the activities of all brewery industries in Uganda. Due to the massive loss of lives of alcoholics in Uganda in 2010, the researcher saw that there was need for the ministry to come up with a more flexible and yet sustainable system to monitor activities of all brewery industries in the country. Over 87% of the respondents from the UNBS and the brewery industries agreed that the old system of monitoring the brewery activities was not effective at all. The study therefore focuses at all the possible procedures to come up with such a system and these procedures are: Investigating the old system to identify its weaknesses and strong points; determining requirements for the system that will monitor and evaluate its performance and development of the application. Here, the researcher took a deeper look into the companies’ production activities, how they package, and the ingredients used for producing these beers as a measure to curb poor products and contamination. The researcher therefore used MYSQL and Dream Weaver software to develop the centralized distributed web-application to monitor all brewery activities in all companies in the country.
Description: A Research Project Submitted to the Faculty of Computer Studies in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of the Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology of Kampala International University.
Appears in Collections:Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology (BIT)

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