Introduction

The American Pharmacists Association has described pharmacy as having a mission which is the responsibility of ensuring the use of medication in the right way and manner, and enjoying the services of drugs to ensure the achievement of optimized results in therapeutic applications. The practice of pharmacy involves the general implementation of medical orders which entails the evaluation and the interpretation of the medical orders, the administration of drugs, dispensation of prescribed drugs from qualified medical practitioners, the review of prescribed drug regimen, and the correct storage of drugs (Adam Prus 2009).

In addition, the birth of modern pharmacy has brought with it some positive effects in the society; like the increase in life expectancy globally from 45 years to 50 years, which some argue is as a result of the number of breakthroughs recorded in pharmacy over the last century. These breakthroughs such as: the discovery of new compounds in

battling existing ailments and the invention of methods and devices to

accurately dispense drugs have been welcomed with open arms by the society. (Federation International Pharmaceutique, 2012).

The proposed system aims to connect and serve as an intermediary between pharmacy, drug suppliers and customer. Through a platform that allows Pharmacy can gain more costumers and can improve or add some products that they don’t have yet. Most customers are in need to go to the pharmacy or drug store to buy without knowing if the that pharmacy can provide their needs. By this system customer can search check and compare the presence of each drug in Pharmacy.

Background of the study

The term Pharmacy is the technique of preparing, dispensing and review of drugs were they can provide and add clinical services. Its is a health job that relate to  health science with a pharmaceutical sciences and aims to ensure the safe, effective, and affordable use of drugs.

Originally, portals is also  known as the links page which can presents information from diverse sources in a unified way. However, these portals serve a variety of different purposes. Typically, online portals are designed to offer users an assortment of the most used types of information and services (Ventimiglia, 2013).

Twin Top Pharma & sales Distributors Inc and Mims Pharmacy is  still using the manual process in the daily transactions that can affect customer’s satisfaction considering they have already that system on there store which they encode all their medicines stocks and some other transactions, but they still prefer to use the manual process since the system that is existed is not accurate due to the absence of automated system. Therefore the researcher decided to develop an automictic system that provides the convenience of the pharmacy and their customer, plus study this will use the Rapid application development (RAD).

Pharmacists rely heavily on technology to help them to do tasks that are often complex. Over the past 40 years, information technology has had a major impact on the working lives of millions of people. Many industries have embraced computer technology because of the benefits of automated information processing. These include enabling routine, repetitive and monotonous tasks to be conducted with consistent accuracy; standardization and consistent use of terminology and nomenclature; and mass customization the capacity of information technology to provide services to a large population, yet in a way that can be customized to the individual (Smith, 2013).

Objectives of the study

The purpose of this study is to develop a web based Pharmacy Online  Portal in order to enhance the  customers knowledge about the  availability and the price comparison of pharmacy products in a the pharmacy store with in Bacolod City. Specially this study aimed to developed the following:

  1. To design and developed pharmacy online portal system that can;
    1. Provides information to the customers who want to know the availability of medicines in the particular pharmacy;
    2. pharmacy offers cheapest and affordable medicines and the price of the medicine and information.
  2. Evaluate the acceptability of the system using ISO 25010 in terms of;
  1. Effectiveness
  2. Efficiency
  3. Quality
  4. Timeliness
  5. Productivity

Conceptual Framework

Conceptual Framework

Conceptual Framework

Scope and Limitation of the Study

This  study intends to provide an online searching portals in which it should contain the pharmacy store that have a specific medicine you need and also information of about medicines such as the price and brief overview for what is intended for it.

This project intended only for the three pharmacy in Bacolod City there are JDN Pharmacy, MIMS Pharmacy and Twin Top Pharmacy Sale and Distributor Inc. In addition the proposed project does not cater inventory, selling and reservation and the availability of the medicine varies only on the pharmacy store itself.

Significance of the Study

The study entitled “Pharmacy Online Portal System for the pharmacy and drugstore of Bacolod City, Negros Occidental” would be beneficial to the following:

Customer. This study will keep them updated to the price, locations and information of medicines.

Future Researchers. This study will provide as an instrument for their research related activities and will help them gain insight about the study. It will serve also as a tool  for a new better scope of related study and to improve much more about the study.

Pharmacist. This study will help them to gain more customer because of the system.

Pharmacy assistant. This study will help them to assist easily with the customer because the customer know already of what he or she going to buy.

Pharmacy owner . The result of the study would be worthy to the Store in terms of cost effective promotion and marketing, 24 hours global presences, keep the community updated and keep the edge on competitors.

Supplier. This study will give you a sort of idea for where pharmacy or drugstore doesn’t have their  medicine products.

Definition of Term

Customer. Conceptually the terms refers to a person or company that receives, consumes or buys a product or service and can choose between different goods suppliers ( Tom Murcko).

Operationally the term refers to the recipient of a medicine from a pharmacy.

Location. Conceptually, The designation of the boundaries of a particular piece of land, either upon record or on the land itself (Mosby V. Carlaud).

Operationally, particular place or position

Pharmacy. Conceptually this term refer to a location where prescribed medications are sold and it is constantly supervised by a licensed pharmacist (Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005).

Operationally the term refers to the one who provides the medicine products and services.

Pharmacy online. Conceptually the terms refers to a pharmacy that operates over the Internet and sends the orders to customers through the mail or shipping companies (Gabriel Levitt,2018)).

Operationally, the term refers to an entity, or Internet site that facilitate the delivery, distribution, or dispensing of a controlled substance by means of the Internet to any person in the pharmacy

Pharmacy Online Portal. Conceptually, refers to a page  where you can check out all the supplements, prescription medicines and health products.

Operationally, the term refers to a real-time application where you can track pharmacy location and to oversee the

Pharmacy Portal. Conceptually, refers to a page on the internet that allows people to get useful information of medicines ( John R. Commons).

Operationally, it refers to internet side were they can  tracks  medicines  they need to purchase, and availability together with the its price.

Price. Conceptually, refers to the quantity of goods given or received in exchange of another good (John R. Commons).

Operationally, the term refers to the amount of money expected, or given payment for something.

Portal. Conceptually, the term refers to a company’s intranet so that employees can find centralized starting place for access to consolidated enterprise-related functions such as e-mail, customer relationship management (CRM) tools to company information, workgroup systems, and other applications (Debra A. Klein  2014).

Operationally, a page on the internet that allows the customer to view the medicine.

Supplier. Conceptually, the terms refers to a person or an organization that provides products that something needed.

  Operationally the term refers to an organization that provides the medical products of a particular pharmacy.

System. Conceptually, the terms refer to a regularly interacting or interdependent group of units forming an integrated whole, it is described by its structure and purpose and expressed in its functioning (Debra A. Klein 2014).

Operationally, the term refers to  a process of viewing the medicine products through the use of portal.

Review Of Related Literature

This chapter includes the list of related studies and literature that develop the different development related to the study of “Pharmacy Online Portal System” from the past of to the present which serves as the future researcher’s guide to develop the project.

Local Studies

Rose Pharmacy Point-of-Sale System

Pharmacy Management Software is the most complete, customizable and efficient software on the market. This software is a full service system that will empower your Pharmacy to edit, change and resolve real-time issues that come up every day. It provides a variety of software to ensure you’re the most efficient that it can be. Systems developed using modern sales and inventory processes are rapidly blooming in Negros and the neighboring provinces. Some of these are in Cebu where one of the first POS system for a pharmacy have been developed, the Rose Pharmacy Point-of-Sale system. Here in Bacolod is the Negros Grace Pharmacy POS and inventory system Delivering the promises that the developers have made such as lower transaction time from start of a sale to release of the medicine and change to the customer (Rose Pharmacy.com).

Indra’s Hospital Management and Information System

Indra’s Hospital Management and Information System is a complete healthcare solution that address the critical needs of any private  hospital. It consists of both administrative and clinical system modules. Administrative modules include functions such as patient registration, patient ADT (admission-discharge-transfer), appointment management and scheduling, patient billing and other. The clinical modules used by the medical professionals (doctors and nurses),includes the electronic health records as its core feature.

The project also includes integrating the indra system with other MMC system currently being used which include: MMC s radiology information system and picture archiving system, laboratory information system and their SAP Finance system. Indra’s Hospital Information Management System, the most advance technology healthcare, is the first of the kind to be implement in the Philippines (Georgia Peden, 2009).

Pre-Employment Medical Evaluation System

A preferred service provider of PTC, Health Metric Inc (HM) is a state-of- the-art pre-employment diagnostic medical facility which offers complete pre-employment medical evaluation (PEMEs). It provides a stringent filter based on the highest standards of pre-employment medical exam.

A distinctive feature of the clinic, aside from the typical blood chemistry evaluation and standard physical examination, is the introduction of the Functional Capacity Exam that measures the skeleton-muscular efficiency of the seafarer. In doing so, a more holistic and through snap. Shot of a seafarer softness for duty is better established leading to lower potential cases (Crawford Francisco, 2007).

Foreign Related Studies 

Content Management Systems

A Content Management System (CMS) is one that is used to manage information, be it web-based systems or information delivery systems. These kinds of systems carefully manage data in an organized fashion in documents and borders that can be easily understood and is also presentable (Holm, Rudis & Wilson, 2015). The content stored in the system is done in a native format which enables the easy retrieval of information. Most content management systems have various processes embedded in them during the retrieval of information. They also enable accessibility features such as search boxes, user interaction, customization, all of which improve on user experience (Rockley, Manning, & Kostur, 2003). CMS are contained in frameworks which are used for online systems which involve trading of goods and services. One of such services can be seen in Amazon, which is an American company that deals with the sale of all kinds of goods from verified vendors.

CVS pharmacy mobile application

This application is used on phones and tablets and runs on the android and iOS platforms on these devices. The mobile application is used for prescription management and offers discount to users of the application. The application has proven helpful in drug prescription management as it offers a number of features. It allows its users to manage what prescription drugs they need to take and when they need to take them. The application has proven to be helpful to the older folk who are more vulnerable to diseases due to aging. The users may forget what time they need to take their prescription or the dosage to take, but the application notifies them and prevents missed dosages (CVS, 2015). Moreover CVS provides easy to download the file it light size. It causes clients to realize when to take their medications.

Walgreens mobile application

This application allows users to scan barcodes at drug dispensaries and keeps track of medication in-takes. The application is fundamental in checking for the legitimacy of medication remedies, as people have appeared medicine of medications might be faked. The application enables clients to make accounts which are connected to the standardized tags of explicit medications, which enables the clients of the application to have a type of confirmation in the grabbing of the doctor prescribed medications (Walgreens, 2015).

In addition Walgreens mobile application enables clients to filter standardized identifications at dispensaries which brings another advancement. It is light and simple to download and can be gotten to on a telephone or on other cell phones.

Related Systems

Related System

Related System

Synthesis

The related systems that have been discussed in this research is vital to the development of the proposed system for Pharmacy Online Portal System  which can help the pharmacy owner to gain more customer, to see the ranges of prices of each pharmacy and to help customers better knowledge that specific medicine. Furthermore, the related systems provide substantial information for the researcher in the building the proposed system  and improve its feature and functions that will benefit to the end user.

The researcher have conducted a research of related systems that compared and studied based on the functionality and the features of the researched system. The related system can also help the proponents have ideas on how to make the research system reliable, presentable  and a friendly user  that can have a better  result.

The goal of this system is to provide information about the medicine you need , to give idea for the prices of each pharmacy for the specific medicine. This will be  a great help for each person if this proposed system will be implemented.

Methodology

The purpose of this chapter is to exhibit system flow and strategies connected in this study.

The Proponents pursued the standard software development life cycle(SDLC), to show and present the answers for the issues recognized , using Rapid application development (RAD). James Martin invented rapid application development in 1991, as a response to the

inadequacies of the Waterfall methodology for developing software.

Rapid Application Development

Rapid Application Development

The development process is the arrangement of exercises that aides the development software. A software development process model is separated in to various activities. Basic activities of a software engineering processes are as follows :

Phase 1 : Requirements Planning

Meeting with the project leader, researcher and the programmer to discuss the needs, projects scope and requirements of the system that need to be developed.

The proponents plan to seek existing system and its features, after that the proponents study a new development from the existing system. The proponents found out that the existing system needs to developed more and to upgrade its features in order to keep up with the new trends in information technology.

Phase 2 : User design

The proponents design the process where the pharmacy see a working prototype and give input on new requirement to the changes and newly developed system. The proponents has come up an idea to design the most simplest interface to get the attention of the pharmacy and customers, in line with that the proponents used the black and white color to be more readable. In our proposed system the customer and pharmacy could easily use the system because of two transition in our interface in which the customer could locate the pharmacy and customer login at the upper far right of the interface. In addition, the logo and search bar of the system is located at the center of the page.

  1. Prototype often used in the final
Phase 3 : Rapid Construction

The proponents develop first the back end portion of the system including the maintenance and databases of the system. The proponents makes sure that all data gathered from the pharmacy was filled out in the system’s database including the customers data, pharmacy data and medicines data. Consequently, the proponents construct the desired design of the system to see the output of the maintenance are functional. In the admin page, the administrator could view the registered admin user. The proponents designed that the  admin user only could add, edit and delete in the admin page.

Phase 4 : Cutover

In this phase the proponents proposed system presented to the customer for consideration through evaluation of the proposed system and recognize the strengths and weaknesses. Comments and suggestions that we collect from the customer to  upgrade of system in order to meet the objectives. The proponents allow the customer evaluates the proposed system for the satisfaction need, the recent proposed system is refined according to the customer requirements, then the proponents will enhance accordingly.

Operational Feasibility

The objectives of this system study are to develop the following

functionalities:

  1. The Admin’s privileges are role based, thereby allowing for Role access control for the security.
  2. An online web-based application that can be gotten to anyplace through the use of internet connection.
  3. Provide a sort of idea which allows the pharmacy to monitor their price comparison into other pharmacy.
  4. View medicine products of the pharmacy.

Front End

The proponents uses CSS or Cascading Style Sheets for the design of the proposed system because it is more efficient and easy to use. And for the application itself the proponents used PHP as a language.

Back End

The proponents used MySQL because this database framework utilized with PHP. MySQL is a database framework utilized on the web. It is a database framework that keeps running on a server. It is perfect for both little and substantial applications. MySQL is exceptionally quick, dependable, and simple to utilize. It underpins standard SQL. It accumulates on various stages, it is likewise allowed to download and

utilize.

Technical Feasibility

Technical feasibility revolves around the current computer system (hardware, software, and so forth.) and to what expand it can support the proposed expansion. For instance, if the present computer is working at 80 percent limit – an arbitrary roof – at that point running another application could overload the system or require extra hardware. This includes money related contemplations to oblige specialized improvements. In the event that the monetary allowance is a genuine requirement, at that point, the project is judged not practical.

Table 1. System’s Development Software

Name Software Version
Operating System Microsoft Window Windows 7
Programming

Language/Software

Php, HTML,

JavaScript/Sublime

PHP 7.3, HTML 5,

Sublime Text ver. 3

Database MySQL MySQL8.0

Table 2. System’s Development Hardware

Name Specification Price
Processor AMD A8-7410 APU/Intel Core i3- 4005U @ 1.70 P724
RAM 4 GB and above P724
Hard Disk 500 GB and above P2070
Video Memory 1 GB and above P1753
Graphics Card AMD Radeon R5 Graphics and above P1800

Table 3. System’s Implementation Software Requirements

Name Minimum Recommended
Operating system Windows 7 Windows 7 or higher
Web Browser Mozilla Firefox, Google

Chrome, Opera ,

Internet Explorer

Google Chrome

Table 4.0 System’s Implementation Hardware Requirement

Name Minimum Recommended Price
Processor Intel Dual

Core

Inter Core i3 and

Above

P3780
RAM 2 GB 3 GB and above P390
Hard Disk /

SSD

100 GB 100 GB HD /120

GB SSD

P702
Video Memory 1 GB 2 GB and above P1768
Graphics Card Any available Video Card NVIDIA or AMD  Radeon P895

Architectural Diagram

Architectural Diagram

Architectural Diagram

Figure 3 shows the activity of the admin and the customer who wants to view or search a medicine, the admin can access all the transaction that the system provides. Customer can easy access freely without logging in in the system.

Feasibility Schedule

The feasibility schedule  contains the amount of time that the proponents spends in developing the system.

Work Breakdown

Work Breakdown

Work Breakdown

User Design Phase

User Design Phase

Rapid Construction Phase

Rapid Construction Phase

Cost Benefit Analysis

Economic analysis is the most often utilized strategy for assessing the adequacy of an application system. All the more generally known as Cost-benefit, the technique is to decide the advantages and reserve funds that are expected from a candidate system and contrast them and expenses. If benefits overweigh costs, at that point the choice is made to structure and execute the system. Something else, further avocation or modifications in the proposed framework should be made whether it is to get an opportunity of being endorsed. This is a continuous exertion that improves in precision at each stage in the framework life cycle.

Table 2. Developmental Cost

Development Cost Quantity Unit Months Cost Total Amount
Computers 2 SET N/A ₱20,000.00  ₱40,000.00
Project

Manager

1 1 6 ₱28,687.83 ₱172,126.98
Programmer 1 N/A 6 ₱21,421.00 ₱ 128,526.00
System

Analyst

1 1 6 ₱29,000.00 ₱174,000.00
Subtotal ₱514,652.98

This table shows the developmental cost of the system. The developmental cost includes the above-detailed costs relating human power utility expenses.

Table 3. Operational Cost

Operational

Cost

Quantity Unit Duration

(Months)

Monthly Total Amount
Electricity

(Laptop)

2 N/A 12    300.00  ₱ 7,200.00
Internet fee 1 N/A 12 1,500.00  ₱18,000.00
Ink/Toner 1 N/A 2    600.00  ₱1,200.00
Bond Paper 1 SET 2    600.00  ₱1,200.00
Maintenance 1 SET 2 7,800.00  ₱15,600.00
Subtotal ₱43,200.00

This table shows the operational cost of the system when used in the operation. This operational cost includes the maintenance cost and expenditures in a year.

Table 4. Total Developmental and Operational Cost

Cost Amount
 Developmental Cost ₱514,652.98
 Operational Cost ₱43,200.00
 Total ₱557,852.98

This table sums up the over total cost of the development and operation of the system.

Table 5. Benefits of the System

Benefit Quantity Unit Duration

(Months)

Cost Total Amount
Data Backup 1 N/A 12 3,500.00  ₱42,000.00
Security of

Data

1 N/A 12 2,000.00  ₱24,000.00
Accessibility 1 N/A 12 5,000.00  ₱60,000.00
Advertisement 1 N/A 12 ₱10,000.00 ₱120,000.00
Subtotal ₱246,000.00

This table shows the computed benefits of the system to the company. The proponents have assigned presumed amounts or value of each item representing the system’s benefit.

Cost Benefit Analysis

This table shows the Cost benefits analysis of the system. Each figure has corresponding data as shown in the table. The payback period came out as 2.7887 with a ROI of 57%.

ERD Model

ERD

ERD

Context Diagram

The flow of the system begins from the admin process in which the request for register of pharmacy, adding of medicine products and category, medicine information would be approve or disapproved. The report was automatically saved into databased and available for printing services. The system admin reports in every end of transaction to validation customer transaction.

Context Diagram

Context Diagram

Data Flow Diagram

Data Flow Diagram

Data Flow Diagram Admin

Data Flow Pharmacy

Data Flow Pharmacy

Data Dictionary

Table 7. Admin Table

Field

Name

Data

Type

Field length Constraints Description
Admin_ID Int 11 Primary key Unique identification for admin
Name Varchar 100 Null Identify the name of the admin
Username Varchar 100 Null Unique user identification
Email_Ad dress Varchar 100 Null Unique email address for the user
Password varchar 100 Null Unique identification for user name

Table 8. Category Table

Field Name Data

Type

Field length Constraints Description
Category_ID Int 11 Primary key Unique identification for category id
Category_Na me Varchar 100 Null Identify the name of the category
Description Varchar 100 Null Unique identification for the category

Table 9. Manage Table

Field Name Data Type Field length Constraints Description
med_id Int 11 Primary key Unique

identification for medicine

Pharmacy_ID Int 11 Index key Unique key for pharmacy
Brand_Name Varchar 100 Null Identify the  name of the medicine
Generic_Name Varchar 100 Null Unique generic name for the medicine
Category_ID Int 11 Index Unique identifier for category id
Price Int 11 Null Unique identifier for medicine price
Quantity Int 11 Null Unique identifier for medicine quantity
Expiration_Date Date Null Unique Identifier for the expiration date of medicine

 

Table 10. Pharmacy Table

Field Name Data type Field length Constraint Description
Pharmacy_ID Int 11 Primary key Unique  identifier for the pharmacy
Pharmacy_Name Varchar 100 Null Unique identifier for pharmacy name
Pharmacy_Address Varchar 100 Null Unique identifier for pharmacy address
Telephone_Number Int 100 Null Unique identifier for pharmacy telephone number
Fax_Number Int 100 Null Unique identifier for pharmacy fax number

Table 11. Supplier Table

Field Name Data type Field length Constraint Description
Supplier_ID Int 11 Primary key Unique  identifier for the supplier
Supplier_Name Varchar 100 Null Unique identifier for supplier name
Address Varchar 100 Null Unique identifier for supplier address
Contact_Number Int 100 Null Unique identifier for supplier contact number
Fax_Number Int 100 Null Unique identifier for supplier fax number
Info varchar 100 Null Unique identifier for info of the supplier

Presentation, Analysis, And Presentation Of Data

This chapter exhibits the findings, analysis and interpretation of data gathered who’s the main objective is to found out the expectations and perceptions of the users. It is necessary to analyze the data  collected in order to test the hypothesis and meet the objectives of the study.

Presentation

The proponents explain and demonstrate the system functionality to be evaluated by the selected respondents. Present data and documents were studied to meet the criteria communicated in the statement of the objectives. The ratings that will be given by the respondents will be based on the User Acceptance Survey form to determine  the level of acceptability of the proposed system.

Data Analysis

This section presents the analysis and interpretation of data collected from the respondents. The analysis and interpretation of data will be carried out into two parts. First, it will be based on the results of the questionnaire which deals on quantitative analysis of data. Second, will be based on the results of the interview and focused group discussions which deal with qualitative analysis of data.

Characteristics of the Respondents

                             Table 12: Frequency of Respondents

 

Respondents

 

Frequency

Mim’s Pharmacy 1
Jdn Pharmacy 6
Twin Top Pharma & Sales Distribution

Citizen

3

26

Total 36

The evaluation of the system shows the detailed assessment done by the pharmacy staffs of the following pharmacy  Mim’s Pharmacy, JDN Pharmacy and Twin Top Pharma & Sales Distribution.

The proponents will demonstrate and explain the functionality of the system and it will be evaluated and tested by the respondents based on the evaluation form.

This table shows the number of respondents in the study.  The proponents got a total of 36 respondents from the pharmacy  that were task to be the users of the proposed system.

Interpretation of Data

 

Range Of Mean

 

Descriptive Interpretation

4.21-5.00 Excellent
3.41-4.20 Very Satisfied
2.61 – 3.40 Satisfactory
1.81 – 2.60 Fair
1.00 – 1.80 Poor

The ratings given by the respondents on different criteria of acceptability were tabulated and analyzed on the basis of weighted mean and qualitatively rate in terms of five (8) categories namely: Functional Sustainability  Performance Efficiency, Compatibility, Usability, Reliability, Security, Maintainability and Portability. The first and second category was composed of  (3) items, the third category was composed of three (2) items, and the fourth category was composed of (4) items and the fifth category was composed of two (2) items   and the sixth was composed four (4) items, 7th category has five (5) items, 8th category has five (5) items and last category  were composed of three (3) items.

Summary Of Findings, Conclusion And Recommendation

This chapter presents the summary of work undertaken, the conclusions drawn and the corresponding recommendations based on the data analysis in the previous chapter. The conclusion will be based on the research questions and the results of the study. The summary of these finding will also be explained, as the recommendations will be based on the purpose of the study.

Summary of Findings

This study was taken with the general objective of developing Pharmacy Online Portal here in Bacolod Area through the implementation of local area network (LAN) in terms of Effectiveness, Efficiency, Quality, Timeliness and Productivity of the system. The findings were discussed according to the categories given based on the questionnaire that served as an instrument for the collection of data.

Total of thirty six respondents took part in this research.  The thirty six respondents were conducted using a prepared structured questionnaire (User’s Acceptance Survey). The findings of the survey were presented and discussed in Chapter 4.

The findings of the study based on the categories given are as follows:

  1. Effectiveness

The respondents’ assessed the proposed system in terms of Effectiveness as Excellent with a total mean of 4.63.

  1. Efficiency

The respondents’ assessed the proposed system in terms of Efficiency as Very Satisfied with a total mean of 4.83.

  1. Quality

The respondents’ assessed the proposed system in terms of Quality as Very Satisfied with a total mean of 4.43.

  1. Timeliness

The respondents’ assessed the proposed system in terms of Timeliness as Very Satisfied with a total mean of 4.49.

  1. Productivity

The respondents’ assessed the proposed system in terms of Productivity as Very Satisfied with a total mean of 4.87.

In overall, the systems rating is collected a mean of 4.75 that is interpreted as Very Satisfied rating. The findings revealed that majority of the respondents are very satisfied on how the system work in terms of its functionalities in meeting the requirements and features needed based on its objectives.

Conclusion 

Based on the findings of the study the following conclusions are drawn:

  1. The developed system which is the CHMSC-FT Student Academic Discipline System was found very satisfactory in functionality in terms of Effectiveness, Efficiency, Quality, Timeliness and Productivity of the system.
  2. The proponents concluded that the developed system is fully operational and ready to be use.
  3. The proponents concluded that the developed system was able to address the necessary automation requirement of the College in terms of monitoring the student’s academic and discipline violations.
  4. The proponents concluded that the developed systems was able to meet its objectives in providing an easy and faster access in monitoring student’s academic and discipline violations thru the implementation of LAN.
  5. The proponents concluded that the developed system can help the school for accreditation purposes.

Recommendations

Based on the aforementioned findings and conclusions presented, the following recommendations are suggested:

  1. The Pharmacy Online Portal System was developed and be implemented in the Twin Top Pharma & Sales Distribution Inc, Mim’s Pharmacy and JDN Pharmacy.
  1. The proponents recommend to the future researcher to add features that the customer can buy online and delivered by the pharmacy on its customer.
  1. Make sure all details that the pharmacist encoded correctly in the system to avoid problems and the system shall have proper maintenance to

sustain and update its functions and also for the security of its databases.

Credits

Bebar, Radje E.

Jimera, John Karl B.

Lachica, Leah Joy M.

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