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The purposes of this project are to develop a prototype online retrieval system to alleviate the need for regular labor for personnel who perform redundancy tasks on a daily basis and to obtain accurate information to reduce errors that may occur during the course of their jobs. The prototype system was created by combining various software applications such as the Python programming language, PHP, and the MySQL database system to store various data that will be used in fascinating projects.
The users inside the corporate business development department have given the prototype a positive rating and were satisfied with the trials. The prototype may be further enhanced for practical use by substantially decreasing processes that support screening information for online procurement projects that match the organization’s requirements and guidelines. A report may be sent to management for review and may result in new business opportunities as well as the possibility of working with suitable business partners. The results of user satisfaction overall satisfaction have a mean of 4.46.
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