Loan management system for the savings and credit cooperative organization case study: ministry of finance and economic affairs, Dar-es Salaam, Tanzania

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Kampala International University, College of Computing and Information Technology
This study was conducted to establish and document the implications of developing a computerized Loan Management System for the Savings and Credit Cooperative Organizations in Tanzania, by taking the case of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs Savings and Credit Cooperative Organization. The study particularly sought to improve the availability of information and other services offered by the MoFEA SACCO to be much quicker, reliable and cost-effective following the limitations of the paper-based system. The main objective of this study was to identii~i the weaknesses of the paper-based system used at that time so as to develop an improved loan management system that would overcome the observed shortcomings. Data was obtained through interviews and questionnaires as well as by using various archive sources. For this to happen, some staff members of the MoFEA SACCO were interviewed and questioned. The system in question was implemented by following a client — server Architecture, using ORACLE Database I Og Release 2 (10.2) for Windows (32-Bits), which was chosen due to its exceptional availability, scalability, reliability, and security as compared to other DBMS’s. The study concludes and recommends that this new system is technical, economical and operational feasible for the MoFEA SACCO. This system is capable of capturing data efficiently, store data effectively and give out quality output as desired.
A project report submitted to the school of computer studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the bachelor degree of computer science of Kampala International University
Loan management system, Credit cooperative organization