The Development of Financial Information System

doi: 10.14456/mijet.2022.11


  • Suwitchan Kaewsuwan Pitchayabundit College


management information system, financial system


The purposes of this research were to develop the management information system for financial and to evaluate its efficiency. The problem with the original system is the financiers have to add the data using excel which makes the data out of date and difficult to find information calculating educational expenses such as enrollment fees, transfer fees, and other fees resulted in inconsistencies in data. So, the developer has brought this problem to research by asking for needs and developing the system in this research, there were 304 samples (computer professionals, finance and loan officers, and students) from Pitchayabundit College, Nong Bua Lamphu, Thailand. The research instruments were financial information systems which were accessible via the internet. The systems were developed with visual studio 2008 and Microsoft.NET framework 3.5 and used MySQL as a database. The data collected from the questionnaires were analyzed by using statistical evaluations: percentage, mean and standard deviation. The results of the research showed that financial information systems were highly effective and can actually be used in the context of the organization.


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Suwitchan Kaewsuwan, Pitchayabundit College

Department  of Science

Pitchayabundit College


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