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|Information management systems for a micro-finance case study: Dts micro finance
|Joseph, K. Too
Adam, Ibrahim Ahmed
|Information management system
|Kampala International University, School of Computing and Information Technology
|The main objective of the study was to develop a management information system for a microfinance company that would assist the organization to run its activities efficiently. This is by design a user friendly and interactive system with high reliability and good security which can compile a report that help improve the general management of a micro finance company and handle business transactions efficiently. Currently most people in Uganda are going for microfinance services. This is because they can easily access its services rather than Banking facilities whose charges are very high. For microfinance organizations to efficiently manage their operations they must have a computerized system in place. The system should be able to handle its data and process all the transactions as required by the organization. The study looked into the different managerial aspects and the transactions carefully in order to build the system which caters for all the business needs of a microfinance organization. This will enable the organization to run smoothly and deliver to the society. The clients’ data will be safe and will not risk losing their money and will boost the clients’ confidence in the company and the company will grow.
|A project dissertation submitted to school of computer studies in partial fulfillment of the bachelor’s degree of computer science and computer science with education of Kampala International University
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|Bachelors’ Degree in Computer Science
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