Design and Implementation of a Computerized Banking System
In this world of competitive resource application and technological development, the banks have been totally computerized.
This project is concerned with the analysis and design of a computerized system aimed at supporting the whole banking operation provides an interface which enables the user or the customer to update his or her account, check balance and transfer fund as the need arises.
It will also provide the basis for the implementation of computerized banking transactions.
Table of Content
1.1 Background to the study
1.2 Statement of the Problem
1.3 Objective of the study
1.4 Scope of the study
1.5 Significance of the study
1.6 Limitation of the study
1.7 Organizational Structure
1.8 Definition of Terms
2.1 The evolution of the computerized banking system
2.2 Registration and Security
2.3 Database Management System
2.4 Cash/Cheque Payment
2.5 Traditional Banking vs Computerized Banking System
2.6 Types of Services
2.7 Feasibility Consideration
2.8 The manual System
2.9 Input, Output and Analysis
2.10 Security features in Computerized Banking
2.11 Advantages of Computerized Banking System
2.12 Disadvantages of Computerized Banking System
2.13 The role of information Technology in Banking System
SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
3.0 System Analysis
3.1 Database Specification
3.1.1 Key field and Database normalization
3.2 Entity relational table
3.3.1 Add customer table
3.3.2 Deposit table
3.3.3 Role permission table
3.3.4 Security log table
3.3.5 Add user table
3.3.6 Withdraw table
3.3.7 Customer Account table
3.3.8 User role table
3.4 Choice of Programming language
3.5.1 Creation of Account
3.5.2 Deletion of Account
3.5.3 Editing of Customer’s profile
3.5.4 Opening of new account
3.5.5 Closing of Account
3.6.1 Program Flowchart
3.6.2 Procedure Chart
3.6.3 System Flowchart
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW SYSTEM
4.1 Design Standard
4.1.2 Output Specification and Design
4.1.3 Input Specification and Design
4.2.2 Login Page
4.2.3 Admin Page
4.2.4 Security log Page
4.2.5 Customer’s profile Page
4.2.6 Account balance Menu
4.2.7 Transfer fund Menu
4.2.8 Deposit Menu
4.2.9 Withdraw Menu
4.2.10 Creation of Account Menu
4.3 System Requirement
4.3.1 Hardware Requirement
4.3.2 Software Requirement
CHAPTER FIVE SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Banking has come a long way from the time of ledger cards and other manual filing systems. Most banks today are computerized to handle their daily voluminous tasks of information retrieval, storage, and processing.
Irrespective of whether they are automated or not, banks by their natures are involved in all forms of Information Technology and Management on continuous basis (Molina, 2002).
Banks play their significant role in any economic system. They are financial intermediaries involved in transfers of funds within and outside the country.
Banking sector is getting competitive every day. Quantity, speed, efficiency and innovations are the main points on which quality programs are designed. All banks are engaged in same basic banking activities but it is the way of delivery of services that distinguishes one bank from the other.
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