Website Monitoring System Activity KJA Engagement (Accounting Services Office) With Incremental Approach
Monitoring System Activity KJA Engagement (Accounting Services Office) With Incremental Approach
AbstractKJA (Accounting Services Office) is a business entity that provides accounting services to the public that has obtained permission from the minister. In the city of Pekanbaru there are several KJA, for example is KJA HY. KJA HY has not utilized information technology that facilitates the management of their business processes. There are several problems that arise including, the difficulty of managing the engagement, arranging the scheduling and measurement of consultant resources. Engagement is a cooperative relationship between the customer and KJA based on the law for cooperation in the field of accounting services. Problems that occur due to the absence of monitoring as a whole, both on the engagement request, the division of consultant resources and others. There fore a website-based KJA monitoring system was built using an Incremental approach. This model has the stages for designing the software, namely requirements, specifications, architecture design, code, test. This monitoring system is expected to be able to improve the performance of KJA HY. Based on the results of the UAT test it gets 100% results according to user requests. Unit Testing and Integreted Testing results indicate the system is in accordance with the wishes of the user. Based on the results of testing System Testing states that all features run well. With this test it can be proven that the system built using incremental methods can help build a monitoring system of KJA activities.
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