The importance of accounting is gradually being recognized as germane to prudent management of any institution firm. This has necessitated the need for the computerization of structured operations of the Accounting managers structured operations are known with certainly for instance, the computation and decisions based on Accounting ratios.
This project therefore is a case study of IMT Enugu. It describes the computerization of the accounting of the institution as packaged for its clients. Thus this study gives detailed methods for the development of an optimal Accounting database for IMT Enugu as well as the software required for the computation and tabulation of different Accounting ratios.
ORGANIZATION OF WORK
This work is sub-divided into seven chapters, starting with chapter one, chapter one shows the Problem and its Setting; Purpose of study, Aims and Objectives, Scope and Limitation, Assumptions and Definition of Terms.
The second chapter deals with literature review. Third chapter was concerned with description and analysis of existing system.
Chapter four was concerned with the design of the new system, system specification and information requirement of new system.
Chapter five deals with implementation of the system, sixth chapter deals with documentation, which is more or less, like a manual for the program.
Finally, the seventh chapter dealt summary, conclusion and recommendations.
The project work also has references for further study.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Organization of work
Table of content
1.1 statement of problem
1.2 Aims and objectives
1.3 Delimitation of scope
1.6 Definition of terms
3.0 Description and Analysis of the Existing System
3.1 Fact finding methods
3.2 Organizational structure
3.3 Objectives of the existing system
3.4 Input, process and output analysis
3.5 Information flow diagram
3.6 Problem of the existing system
3.7 Justification for the new system
4.0 Design of the new system
4.1 Output specification and design
4.2 Input specification and design
4.3 File design
4.4 System flowchart
4.5 Procedure chart
4.6 System requirements
5.1 Program Design
5.2 Program flow chart
5.3 Pseudo codes
5.4 Source program
5.5 Test run
Recommendation and conclusion