UNIVERSITY OF IRINGA. FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND EDUCATION.
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.
RENTAL HOUSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.
1. To analyse the manual system for
CHAPTER 8: CONCLUSION
Therefore, this system will help the landlords to easily manage the rental houses and the tenants that occupy the. It will help them reduce paperwork and can easily connect and relate data. It will also help the managers to easily make follow up on tenants who are behind in paying rent without going through much paperwork.
Tenants too, can be able to easily locate vacant houses using this system and perform payment online all without being physically present in the areas where the vacant house situates.
CHAPTER 7: SYSTEM TESTING
This is the stage that will test the system to ensure that they are fault free and are made per the user requirements. In this chapter the customer validation methodologies that is, Alpha and Beta Testing will be taken into consideration.
7.1. ALPHA TESTING.
This is the internal acceptance test and a pre-release activity in which the users or the market cannot access it. This is done in the testing environment that is, developer’s site. This testing is performed to prove if the system works.
CHAPTER 6: SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION
This is the stage in which the theoretical design of the system is turned into working system. This chapter outlines the user interface of the system.
6.1. USER INTERFACE.
6.1.1. INDEX PAGE.
CHAPTER 5: SYSTEM DESIGN
In this chapter, the system design will be demonstrated. It will focus on showing conceptual and physical design of the databases and the user interaction with the system using the Unified Modelling Language (UML) diagram called Use Case Diagram.
5.1. CONCEPTUAL DATABASE DESIGN.
CHAPTER 4: REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS
This chapter includes functional, non-functional, user, hardware and software requirements for the Rental House Management System. This involves defining customer’s needs and objectives to determine requirements for the system functions.
4.1. CURRENT RENTAL HOUSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.
The current system of managing rental houses include:
CHAPTER 3: METHODOLOGY
In this chapter, the system methodology will be explained. It will focus on how to collect data and how they will be analyzed and implemented.
3.1. DATA COLLECTION TECHNIQUES
It shows how data will be collected from the users of the system. The data collection techniques to be used include:
CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW
Literature Review is a text that is written by a researcher to consider the critical point of current knowledge including the theoretical and methodological contributions and substantive findings of a particular topic. Literature review’s main goal is to put the current study within the body of literature and to provide context to the reader (Cooper,