Introduction

Over the years, the technology has greatly changed the way people use computer and communicate today. By the turn of the century, information including access to the internet will be the basis for personal, economic and political advancement.Every business is using technology today to speed up their business profit and gives a quality services to meet the customer expectations. Facility management is one of the most used in every businesses nowadays, such as government institution, food institution, Universities institution, etc. The proponents are using computer to minimize time wasting, errors, records loss, and to assist the Facility Management Coordinator for every daily transaction.

ABC Company was one of the biggest state colleges exist in the province of Negros. Nowadays, state college was excellent in all aspects of education, the growth of the institution was very good when it comes to buildings, courses, laboratory, and faculty staff. The institution was rapidly growing and needs to facilitate all of them one by one.

Particularly in ABC Company Facility Management is still using a manual monitoring and inventory of the Facility inside the Campus. If the Institution is still using a manual inventory and monitoring it cause time wasting, stress, delay, paper wasting and it will affect the institution of their credentials all over the years. The proponents are design to help the ABC COMPANY Campus for their managerial shortage, and develop this system to help the Physical Plan Development Management Coordinator.

The proponents developed a Facility Management System that focuses on inventory management of the institution on how the system provide quality standards for the organization to easily manage all equipment and rooms. With this system, speed has been known and plays a major role in its rapid growth. With one click of button, the administrator will be able to save time and through this, they can easily view the menu table and other services offered by the Facility Management System. According to Publons (2017), facility management publishes high-quality, authoritative, and detailed analysis, briefings and case studies on how facilities can and do play a vital part in helping deliver corporate strategy, quarterly publication features contributions from leading practitioners and thinkers in the field of facility management. It was also stated that some of the leading companies, government institutions, and universities in the world complemented by a wide range of case studies and regular features, identifying key implications for senior practitioners in facility

ABC Company,  Campus is starting to grow rapidly, it gives excellence, competence, educational leadership, and quality teaching. The institution is getting wider and bigger as long of every Campus of ABC Company around of Negros Island. The institution need to handle Facility management since it will give a lot of contribution for every practitioners and field researcher about their Facility Management.

Statement of the Objective

The main objective of this study focuses on every data entry that goes in and out in the ABC COMPANY Campus. This system was proposed to make the facility more convenient especially when it comes to time saving and stress-free flow of process; to generate reports faster; to keep track of all the records and secure them; to help the facility administrator manage this equipments. To increase the productivity of the facility management system by showing the information to every authorized personnel and to simplified the process; every information is stored in a database.

Specifically study aims to:

  1. Develop a Facility Management System for ABC Company Campus Physical Plan Development Management Staff that can:
  • Monitor equipments and facility status,
  • Produce inventory records of incoming and outgoing of equipments.
  • To help the facility administrator manage transaction records of materials

2. Evaluate the acceptability of the system using the adopted survey instrument based on ISO/IEC 25010:2011 System and Soware Quality Requirements and Evaluation in terms of Functinal Suitability; Performance Efficiency; Compatibility; Usability; Reliability; Security; Maintainability; and Portability.

Conceptual Framework

This system intends in order to help the institution achieved a competitive advantage and increase the overall worker productivity. ABC COMPANY Facility management is a server-based system that helps the organization to monitor and distribute every information needed and helps the facilitator in their strategic decision making.

Conceptual Framework

Conceptual Framework

Figure 1.0 Conceptual Framework

Figure 1.0 above shows the flow of the system. It describes processes from user log in and system processing activities of the user system administrator.

Scope and Limitation of the Study

ABC COMPANY Facility Management System is intended for Carlos Hilado Memorials State College,  Campus. The study aims to create a solution for the automation of facility management  by recording data entry to be used by the Physical Plan Development Management Office staff.

Scope

This study mainly focus on buildings and other structural equipment’s maintenance that is used by the students and PPDM staff. It is designed to maintain the structures of the buildings and inventory of the facilities and equipments, to identify the status of the ABC COMPANY classrooms, buildings, and offices inside the campus. It will generate reports of the incoming and outgoing of the materials.

Limitation

This study is only intended to Physical Plan Development Management Office of ABC Company – Fortune Campus. The study does not cover the borrowing of equipments and facilities inside the school premises. The system will not be having photos for the equipments. The system will not provide a mobile application for the users.

Significance of the Study

The Facility Management System aims to developed a concept that will be beneficial to Physical Plan Development Management.

PPDM (Physical Plan Development Management).

They can easily use the facility through accessing this system. And easily monitor every facility information inside out of the Institution.

The proponents.

This study will contribute to the completion of the requirements in degree of Bachelor of Science in Information System. And the proponents will enable it to apply what they have studied.

Future Researchers.

The system help the future researcher to be aware and knowledgeable of the process involve in this system and can be a basis of their future studies.

ABC Company- Campus.

          This will have implemented, to ABC Company  campus. And help the institution to manage the facility management inside the campus.

Faculty.

This refers to the member of the institution and give them knowledge about the Facility Status of the management.

The Institution.

This study will improve the management techniques of ABC Company  Campus and it can lessen the work and effort of the Physical Plan Development Management Staff.

Definition of Terms

To provide a clear medium of communication between the proponents and the readers, the following terms, are defined conceptually and operationally.

Inventory

It is conceptually, a scope for inventory management concerns the balance between replenishment lead time, carrying costs of inventory, asset management, inventory forecasting, inventory valuation, inventory visibility, future inventory price forecasting, physical inventory, available physical space, quality management, replenishment, returns and defective goods, and demand forecasting. (Weygandt, JJ 2007)

Operationally, this refer to the process where Physical Plan Development Management Coordinator Monitor their daily transaction of materials according to its availability.

Monitoring

          It is conceptually, a situation to watch and to check carefully (Merriam Webster 2019).

Operationally, this refer to the Physical Development Management Coordinator to check all the data entry inside the institution.

Review Of Related Literature

This chapter present the view of related literature and studies which are relevant to the local Studies

Local Studies

ARCHIBUS Solution Centers-Philippines, Inc

Infrastructure and facilities are crucial to the overall performance of your organization. By effectively managing your property, facility, space, building, assets, you can better respond to internal and market shis while reducing overall cost structure and improving asset utilization. By using just one integrated solution, organizations can leverage pre-existing data, reduce inconsistent information, and ease the burden of supporting multiple information technology systems. Whether your organization leases, owns, or outsources its facility and space operations, you can boost productivity and profitability with one integrated, end-to-end solution- (ARCHIBUS 2017).

 

ATALIAN

ATALIAN’s Facility Management unit can mobilize all the Group resources (Cleaning, Technical maintenance, Security, Front-of-house, Landscaping, Airport assistance, Energy Management) in order to provide a relevant and made to measure service offer. Benefit from a single global point of contact, a multi-skilled team and a single invoicing system, to manage all your required services and their numerous technological and regulatory specificities. This set-up makes your life easier and allows you to concentrate on your core business- (ATALIAN 2019).

 C&W Facilities Management.

Professionals employ best practices to create and maintain the delivery of superior Facilities Management (FM) services. C&W acts as an extension of our client’s organization to add value based upon our personnel’s expertise and industry knowledge, and the use of cutting-edge technology. We will work with you to understand your operating philosophy and how each facility aligns with your company’s overall business and real estate strategies. Our services will increase operational efficiencies across your entire portfolio (Cushman & Wakefield 2019).

Foreign Related Studies

The ABCs of Inventory Management.

These essentials systems ensure a reliable supply spare parts and equipment for front-line technicians, but they oen among the most inefficient, misunderstood and potentially money-wasting systems in institutional and commercial facilities. Bringing efficiency of inventory management requires coordinators to address several core issues-soware needs, storage options, and product identification-that might at first appear basic (TradePress 2018).

Facilities Management eXpress (FMX)

With the use of FMX, facilities managers can view their activities and associated costs, and building occupants can submit maintenance, event, and transportation and technology requests (thibaut de lataillade 2019).

Hippo CMMS

Is a powerful yet user-friendly maintenance management system. Completely web-based, this multi-awarded soware is suited for a variety of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, education, hospitality, and many more. It is equipped to help facility managers maximize assets, ensure compliance, as well as reduce maintenance costs (Daniel Golub 2019).

Related Systems

Related System

Related System

Synthesis

The related literature talks about facility management that is already use in every schools. KMC Savills is one of the local systems that using facility management system, for wherein they are able to confirm every information comes in and goes out and to filter every single information. The same practice is being observed by C&W Facilities Management System, Facilities Management eXpress (FMX) that gives facility administration more manageable, mobility and efficiency in their day to day operations.

In connection to the proposed system, the ABC COMPANY facility management system will be used by the Physical Plan Development Management Coordinator for every schedule and facilitate the process, for generating the reports, tracking and keeping of all the records comes in and goes out. In this review, it shows that the facility management system

plays an important tool in business industry especially for facility management businesses, because manual oriented are now converted into an automated one in which work is being simplified and easier to perform.

Compared to manual, processing of transactions and records of information can difficult and time consuming. This related system will be basis of the proponents to develop this ABC COMPANY facility management system.

Methodology

This chapter discusses the research methods and the system development methodology used in data gathering for the development of the Facility Management System.

Prototyping Model

The proponents follow the standard System Development Life Cycle (SDLC), to define and present solutions for the problems identified in this study, using the modified Prototype model.

Prototyping is an attractive idea for complicated and large systems for which there is no manual process or existing system to help determining the requirements.

Requirement Phase

Facility management system, this system is agreed by the panels and we are the group who presented this system. Aer that title hearing we conducted an interview on Physical Plan Development Management Coordinator to have an information on data gathering.

Design phase

The development started by an interview about on how ABC Company manage their facilities where the proponents personally conducted an interview, and discussion is held together within physical facilities coordinator. Also, the technology such as soware, hardware and languages needed to develop this capstone project are disused and decided.

Coding Phase

The proponents decided to use PHP for web development and MySQL for the database. Actual coding started and involved the development of some features and functionalities of the system.

Evaluation Phase

The proponents use and conducted beta-testing to ensure that it meets the user requirements, functionality and checking all possible bugs and errors. Revision and further progress of the system can also be found in this phase for deployment.

Implementing Phase

The proponents started to present the prototype to the administration for review and started to implement the system by conducting a system’s testing for the administration who can benefit the system. This simply confirmed to the proponents that the system will work as it is supposed to, or it is needs advancement. System’s testing also helped identify the proponents to potentials faults, which in turn allow the designer to make enhancements.

Development Environment

Front End

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language).

It is conceptually defined as the set of markup symbols or codes inserted in a file. Hypertext Markup Language a standardized system for tagging text files to achieve font, color, graphic, and hyperlink effects on World Wide Web pages. Hypertext Markup Language revision 5 (HTML5) is markup language for the structure and presentation of World Wide Web contents. (Lee, 1991).

CSS

It is conceptually, a style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a document written in a markup language. A cascading style sheet (CSS) is a Web page derived from multiple sources with a defined order of precedence where the definitions of any style element conflict (Bos, 1980).

JavaScript

It is conceptually a high-level, dynamic, UN typed, and interpreted programming language. JavaScript is prototype-based with first-class functions, making it a multi-paradigm language, supporting object-oriented, imperative, and functional programming styles. It has an API for working with text, arrays, dates and regular expressions, but does not include any I/O, such as networking, storage, or graphics facilities, relying for these upon the host environment in which it is embedded. A JavaScript function is a block of code designed to perform a particular task. A JavaScript function is executed when “something” invokes it (calls it) (Eich, 1995).

Back End

MySQL (Structured Query Language).

It is conceptually defined as an open source relational database management system or (RDBMS). It is based on the structure query language (SQL), which is used for adding, removing and modifying information in the database. It can be used for a variety of applications but is most commonly found on Web servers. This definition server also as the operational term for this study (tech terms, 2016).

PHP

It is conceptually a server-side scripting language designed for web development but also used as a general-purpose programming language. Originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994, the PHP reference implementation is now produced by The PHP Group (Ledorf, 1968).

Xampp Cross-Platform (X), Apache (A), MariaDB (M), PHP (P) and Perl (P).

It is conceptually, a cross-platform, which means it works equally well on Linux, Mac and Windows. Since most actual web server deployments use the same components as XAMPP, it makes transitioning from a local test server to a live server extremely easy as well.

Technical Feasibility

Hardware Specification

Hardware Specification

Software Specification

Software Specification

Architectural Diagram

Architectural Diagram

Architectural Diagram

Work Breakdown

The following tables show the Gantt chart of the tasks that

Have been done by the proponents with the time allotted for the

Establishment of the entire system.

Table 3.1 Requirements Phase.

TASK ASSIGNED
TO
PROGRESS START DURATION END
Requirements Phase
Group Discussion all member 30% 11/28/18 8 12/5/18
assigning of members Brigula 50% 12/6/18 2 12/7/18
title proposal all member 50% 12/8/18 1 12/8/18

Table 3.2 Analysis Phase

Analysis Phase Assigned to Progress Start Duration End
Interview Macion and Brigula 30% 12/10/18 5 12/14/18
Working of chapter 1 Macion and Brigula 75% 12/15/18 25 1/08/19
Working on chapter 2 Macion and Brigula 85% 1/09/19 21 1/29/19

Table 3.3 Design Phase

 

Design           Phase

 Assigned to  Progress Start Duration  End 
Working on Chapter III all members 75% 2/1/ 19 16 2/ 16/ 19
Data flow modeling brigula 80% 2/ 18 /19 5 2 /22 /19
Entity relational diagram macion & Brigula 83% 2 /23/ 19 6 2 /28/ 19

Cost Benefit Analysis

Cost Benefit Analysis of CBA estimates and sums up the same money value of the benefits & costs of the system in order to determine whether it is gainful of worth the investment.

Table 3.4 Developmental Cost

Development Cost Quantity Unit No. of Months Cost Total Amount
Programmer 1 1 12                                       ₱10,000.00         ₱120,000.00
Internet Bill 1 1 12 ₱ 1,899.00           ₱29,997.00
Bond paper 1 1 12                ₱150.00                    ₱1800.00
total 151,797.00

This table shows the development cost of the proponents. The developmental cost includes the programmer’s salary and the total expenditures in developing the system.

Table 3.5 Operational Cost

Operational Cost Quantity Unit No. of Months Cost Total Amount
Electricity 1 1 12 ₱1,000.00 ₱ 12,000
Computer Set 1 1 12      ₱ 8,040 ₱  96,480
Maintenance Fee 12 ₱ 1,000.00  ₱ 12,000.00
total ₱120,480.00

This table shows the operational cost of the proponents. The operational cost covers the maintenance cost and expenditures in implementing the researched system.

Table 3.6 Total Developmental and operational Cost

Development cost Quantity unit Unit No.of Months cost Total amount
Programmer 1 1 12 ₱10,000.00 ₱120,000.00
Internet Bill 1 1 12 ₱1,899.00 ₱ 29,997.00
Bond paper 1 1 12 ₱150.00 ₱  1,800.00
  Total ₱ 151,797.00

Table 3.7 Systems Benefits

Benefit Quantity Unit No. of Months Cost Total Amount
Efficiency of work    1 1 3 ₱5,000.00 ₱15,000.00
Security of data    1 1       3 ₱3,000.00 ₱9,000.00
Bond paper    1 1 2 ₱1,000.00 ₱2,000.00
Confidentially of data    1 1 3 ₱2,000.00 ₱6,000.00
Total 32,000.00

 

Benefits of the System (Annually)  Amount/Value

This table shows the probable amount that the Institution may achieve if the system is going to be implemented. The proponents have researched on what are the presumed amounts or value of each item that will benefit the Facility Management Coordinator over its traditional method per year.

ERD Diagram

ERD Model

ERD Model

Context Diagram

Context Diagram

Context Diagram

Data Flow Diagram

Data flow diagram

Data flow diagram

Data Dictionary

Table 3.0 User Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify user table id
Username varchar 100 Specify the user name
Firstname varchar 150 Specify  the user firstname
Password varchar 100 Specify  the user password
role varchar 2 Specify the user role
isActive varchar 10 Specify the user Active
isDeleted Tinyint 1 Specify the deleted list

 

Table 3.1 sub category Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify sub category ID
categoryId varchar 250 FK Specify the category id
name varchar 250   Specify the of sub category
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Table 3.2 Room Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify room table
name varchar 250 Specify the name of the room
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Table 3.3  Report personnel Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify report personnel table
reportId int 11 FK Specify the foreign key for Reports id
PersonelID int 11 FK Specify the foreign key for Personel id
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Table 3.4 Reports Inventory Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify Reports inventory table
ReportszId int 11 Specify the reports id
Quantity int 11 Specify  the quantity
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Table 3.5 Reports Category Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify inventory table
ReportId int 11 Specify  the reports id
subCategoryID int 11 Specify the subcategory ID
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Table 3.5 Reports Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify reports table
ReportBy varchar 20 Specify  the reported user
content text Specify  the content of reports
status varchar 11 Specify the status of the reports
schedule date Specify  the schedules of reports
dateReported date Specify  the dateReported reports
roomId int 11 Specify  the room id
remarks text Specify  the remarks for reports
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Table 3.5 Project Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify project id table
name varchar 255 Specify  the name of the project
status varchar 20 Specify the status of the project
dateFrom date Specify the started date
dateTo date Specify the due date
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Table 3.5 Personnel Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify personnel id table
name varchar 255 Specify  the name of the personnel
timeIn time Specify the time in of the personnel
timeOut time Specify the time out of the personnel
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Table 3.5 Inventory Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify personnel id table
name varchar 100 Specify  the name of the inventory
Brand varchar 100 Specify the brand of the materials
quantity int 11 Specify the quantity of the add item
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Table 3.5 Category Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify category id table
name varchar 100 Specify  the name of the category
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Table 3.5 Brand Table

FIELD NAME DATA TYPE FIELD LENGTH CONSTRAINT DESCRIPTION
ID int 11 PK Uniquely identify brand table
name varchar 100 Specify  the name of the brand
 

IsDeleted

 

Tinyint

 

1

   

Specify the deleted list

Presentation, Analysis, And Presentation Of Data

This chapter exhibits the results of the user’s survey conducted for the system.

Presentation

The proponents selected a random of respondents to their system’s testing and demonstrate to them the functionality of the system. The proponents observed the respondents were evaluated using the user acceptance in order for the repondents to distinguish the level of acceptability of the proposed system.

Data Analysis

This section presents the analysis of the data collected and gathered from the respondents of the ABC COMPANY facility management administration and the clients.

Characteristics of the Respondents

The population was composed of the facility management system administration and clients. The proponents got twelve (12) respondents from the experts and the administration.

Table 3.6 Frequency of Respondents

Respondents Frequency
User 10
PPDM Administration 2
Total 12

This table shows the number of respondents. The respondents population  composed of ten (10) programmer experts of Four Leaf Clover and two (2) PPDM staff. The proponents got a total of 12 respondents that were a task to be the user’s of the propose system.

Respondents Survey Result

This shows the result of user acceptance survey in which 12 respondents were tested, where every category were computed. Each of the computed averages was presented through tables below to precisely showcase each category’s mean

Table 4.0 Survey Result – Suitability

System Quality                    Total Mean               Verbal Interpretation

Performance

Suitability                                3.86                      Very Satisfactory

Table 4.0 shows that the user survey result for the Suitability  of the system came back with a total mean of 3.86 interpreted that the client were very satisfied with the system’s Suitability aer they were testing it.

Table 4.1 Survey Result – Effectiveness

System Quality                    Total Mean               Verbal Interpretation

Performance

Effectiveness                             3.78                      Very Satisfactory

Table 4.1 shows the user survey result for the efficiency of the system came back with a total mean of 3.78 which reads that the clients were  Very satisfied with the system’s efficiency aer they were testing it.

Table 4.2 Survey Result – Compatability

System Quality                 Total Mean                  Verbal Interpretation

Performance

Compatability                         4.00                      Very Satisfactory

Table 4.2 shows that the user survey result for the Compatability of the system came back with a total mean of 4.00 which reads that the client were satisfied with the system’s Compatability aer testing it.

Table 4.3 Survey Result-Usability

System Quality                 Total Mean                  Verbal Interpretation

Performance

Usability                                 4.21                       Excellent

Table 4.3 shows the user survey result for the Usability of the system came back with a total mean of 4.21 which reads that the clients was Excellent with the system’s Usability aer testing it.

Table 4.4 Survey Result –Reliability

System Quality                 Total Mean                  Verbal Interpretation

Performance

Reliability                                4.13                      Very Satisfied

The table 4.4 shows the user survey result for the Reliability  of the system came back with a total mean of 4.13 which means that the clients were Very Satisfied with the system’s Reliability aer they testing it.

Table 4.5 Survey Result –Security

System Quality                 Total Mean                  Verbal Interpretation

Performance

Security                                   4.22                      Excellent

The table 4.5 shows the user survey result for the Security  of the system came back with a total mean of 4.22 which means that the clients were Excellent with the system’s Security aer they testing it.

Table 4.5 Survey Result –Maintenability

System Quality                 Total Mean                  Verbal Interpretation

Performance

Maintenability                         4.18                     Very Satisfied

The table 4.5 shows the user survey result for the Maintenability  of the system came back with a total mean of 4.18 which means that the clients were Very Satisfied with the system’s Maintenability aer they testing it.

Table 4.5 Survey Result –Portability

System Quality                 Total Mean                  Verbal Interpretation

Performance

Portability                             4.06                             Very Satisfied

The table 4.5 shows the user survey result for the Portability  of the system came back with a total mean of 4.06 which means that the clients were Very Satisfied with the system’s Portability aer they testing it.

Based on the tables above on the average rating for the system’s convenience, it shows that the user were grateful to know that there is now a facility management system for the physical plan and development management that could minimize their time and effort for maintening and organize the facility. Getting an average of 3.78 and above is a good result that will encourage the proponents to continue to update and developed the proposed system.

Summary Of Findings, Conclusion And Recommendation

This chapter presents the summary or the research work undertaken, the conclusions drawn and the recommendations made as an outgrowth of this study.

Summary of Findings

The proponents conducted a series of interviews to the organization and to the clients to identify the main problems of the administration, then the proponents start to develop a solution that would help the administration minimize all the effort of tracking all the records of their clients. ABC COMPANY facility management services uses data records that requires the Physical Plan Development Management coordinator to write all the records manually.

The ABC COMPANY facility management system development focuses on the automation of the manual oriented of the Physical Plan Development Management department, where the administration can easily edit, filter, monitor, store and secure all the data entry and information of the clients.

The proponents conducted a user acceptance survey to evaluate the acceptability of the user to the facility management system it could get a good average rate when it comes to its system’s Suitability, Efficiency, Compatability, Usability, Reliability, Security, Maintainability and Portability. As the result shows in the chapter 4, the system get an average of 4.17 interpreted as “Very Satisfied” which is not a bad outcome from the user and client if they will be going to use the facility management system.

Conclusion

In conlusion with all of the outcome, data and feedbacks that were was gathered in the whole chapter, the proponents concluded that the system is very useful to the administration because it can bring a good effect when it comes to their maintenance and inventory process. The developed system has met the functional requirements of the administration and the problems are now being solved by developing this solution that would aid their prerequisites.

Recommendations

Based on the conclusions presented, the proponents recommend the following:

  • The facility management system must adopt the implementation and improvement manual processes;
  • The future researcher can improve the system by developing a mobile application for the users.
  • The system can be improve by putting additional description such as images, colors and etc.

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Macion, Michelle

Diocson, Jordan Paul N.

Brigula, Niel Jared A.

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