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SCHOOL SUPPLIES INVENTORY SYSTEM FOR

LAROSE SCHOOL SUPPLIES

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A Thesis Project
Presented to the Faculty of Technical Department
Of Systems Plus College Foundation Extension

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In Partial Fulfillment of the


Requirements for the
TWO YEAR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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By

YOUR GRP MEMBER NAME

March 2017

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SYSTEMS PLUS COLLEGE FOUNDATION
Miranda St., Angeles City

SCHOOL SUPPLIES INVENTORY SYSTEM FOR


LAROSE SCHOOL SUPPLIES

By:

Dustin Darren G. Mallari


Miracle Ness B. Ustares
Annalie P. Diaz
Julius Mark T. Guzman

In Partial Fulfillment of the


Requirements for the
TWO YEAR INFORMATON TECHNOLOGY

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QQQQ
Thesis Adviser

March 2017
APPROVAL SHEET

This Thesis Project entitled SCHOOL SUPPLIES INVENTORY SYSTEM FOR


LAROSE SCHOOL SUPPLIES, in partial fulfillment for the degree of ASSOCIATE
IN COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY, has been examined and founded in order, is hereby
recommended for acceptance and approval for oral examination.

PANEL OF EXAMINERS

After having been presented is hereby approved by the Committee on Oral


Examination with the grade of __________________.

Joanna C. Abendanio Jasmer T. Gaddi


Member Member

After having been recommended and approved is hereby accepted by the


Technical Department of Systems Plus College Foundation Extension.

_____________________ ______________________________
QUIROZ WILFREDO V. JR OFELIA M. LIWAG
OIC -Program Chairperson Administrative Head
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Developing this system is probably one of the hardest tasks weve done with our
entire college life. We have given our best to finish this project and we know that we will
not be able to achieve our goals in finishing this without the help of others thats why we
would like to extend our gratitude to our adviser Mr. Rainier Soriano in guiding us during
the development of this system and for giving us advices on how to make our system
more productive and better than what we think it could be. Also for giving us the courage
that we can do better than what we think we can.

We also want to thank our group of panel ________________ and Mr.


___________i for giving us additional advices in making our system more appealing to
the eye of the future users.

Thanks to Professor QQQQQ in teaching us on how to make our documents and


for guiding us from the beginning until the end of the making of our diagrams and
documentations.

Thanks a lot to our parents for understanding and supporting us with this project
and mostly for supporting us financially. Thank you so much.

Last but definitely not the least we would like to thank God for guiding us with
this kind of journey, for giving us these people that helped us while doing our project
proposal, for keeping us safe always, for giving us enough knowledge to be able to
accomplish this and for giving us friends who can relieve our stressfulness during the
making of this project. Thank you so much.

We wouldnt be able to finish this project without your kindness and


understanding. Thank you and God Bless.
ABSTRACT

School Supplies Inventory System includes a computerized and more efficient

inventory which provides ease to staffs and better management and maintenance of data

in a reliable database.

This Inventory Database project serves as a big help for establishments of school

supplies that stores details of products and stocks. The database is designed for the use of

staffs and other authorized users in the establishment to enable them to easily produce

records for the inventory.

Inventory System will provide the needs of storing information in a faster, more

convenient and accurate way of products in a computer system that will lessen the effort

and hard work of staffs in storing the files of each product every now and then. This will

also serve as information especially for the stocks and deliveries in able to get access in

sales of the establishment.

This system will quickly find the location of the product specifications contained

in the list of information. As the demand of students or other people increase, it is harder

to deal with a manual process. In that case, we produce an Inventory System to lessen this

kind of problem.
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page .. i
Advisers Page .. ii
Approval Sheet.... iii
Acknowledgement .. iv
Abstract .. v
Table of Contents..... vi
List of Figures .. vii

1.0 Research Description .. 1


1.1 Overview of the Current State of Technology .. 1
1.2 Research Objectives .. 2
1.2.1 General Objectives .. 2
1.2.2 Specific Objectives .. 3
1.3 Scope and Delimitation .. 3
1.4 Significance of the Research .. 4
1.5 Research Methodology .. 5
2.0 Theoretical Framework .. 6
2.1 Conceptual Framework .. 7
3.0 Inventory System for Larose School Supplies . 8
3.1 System Overview .. 8
3.2 System Objectives .. 9
3.3 System Scope and Limitation .. 10
3.4 Physical Environment and Resources .. 10
3.5 Architectural Design .. 11
3.6 Design and Implementation .. 13
4.0 Results and Observation .. 14
5.0 Conclusions and recommendations .. 16

Appendices
A. System Evaluation
B. Raw Data
C. Data Flow Diagram
D. Data Dictionary
E. Database Structure
F. System Flowchart
G. Entity Relationship Diagram
H. Visual Table of Contents
I. Program Listing
J. Screen Layout
Users Manual
Resource Person
Curriculum Vitae

List of Figures

Figure 1. Typical Inventory Concept ..... 5


Figure 2. Theoretical Framework . 6
Figure 3. Conceptual Framework . 7
1.0 Research Description

School Supplies Inventory System includes a computerized and more efficient

inventory which provides ease to staffs, better management and maintenance of data

in a reliable database.

This inventory database project serves as a big help for establishments of school

supplies that stores details of products and stocks. The database is designed for the

use of staffs and other authorized users in the establishment to enable them to easily

produce records for inventory.

Inventory System will provide the needs of storing information in a faster, more

convenient and accurate way of products in a computer system that will lessen the

effort and hard work of staffs in storing inventory reports every now and then. This

will also serve as information especially for the stocks and deliveries in able to get

access in sales of the establishment.

This system will quickly find the location of the product specifications contained

in the list of information. As the demand of students or other people increase, it is

harder to deal with a mechanical process. In that case, we will produce an Inventory

System to lessen this kind of problem.

1.1 Overview of the Current State of Technology

Inventory systems are used in recording and filing records of products. The

proposed system is a system that encompasses all aspects of managing a company's

inventories; purchasing, receiving, tracking and storage, turnover, and reordering.


In today's business environment, even small and mid-sized businesses have come to

rely on computerized inventory management systems. Certainly, there are plenty of small

retail outlets, manufacturers, and other businesses that continue to rely on manual means of

inventory tracking. Indeed, for some small businesses, like convenience stores, shoe stores,

or nurseries, purchase of an electronic inventory tracking system might constitute a

wasteful use of financial resources.

In the last decades the old manufacturing ideology which is based on only

quantity has faded away. With globalization of the world, competitors in all industries

have risen and instead of buyers searching for suppliers, now the manufacturers have to

get to customers by distinguishing themselves from the other competitors.

1.2 Research Objectives

The following are the different general and specific objectives of the study which

are vital in this study and will be the main basis of the proposed system.

1.2.1 General Objective

In this project you may learn how to manage the Inventory System to better

facilitate the adjustment and employment of workers to organize the operation of selling

products.
1.2.2 Specific Objectives

The following are the specific objectives of the study that will determine the

deliverables:

To present an accurate number of stocks for each product.

To lessen the time consumed by mechanical inventory process.

To allow only authorized personnel to use the system.

To warn the user if the minimum level has been reached the quantity on hand.

To avoid difficulties in finding records due to a manual inventory system.

To avoid late raw material deliveries.

1.3 Scope and Delimitations of the Research

Inventory management is primarily about specifying the shape and percentage of

stocked goods. It is required at different locations within a facility of a supply network to

lead the regular and planned course of production and stock of materials. The scope of

inventory management concerns the fine lines between replenishment lead times.

It involves maintaining a proper merchandise class while ordering, handling, and

related costs are kept in check. Setting up an inventory control system can help you to

maximize the value of your inventory by keeping costs under control.


This is the way in which the management team goes around ensuring that as

many sales as possible are to be made and that there is to be a profit within the company

to ensure that they are to be successful.

1.4 Significance of the Research

The significance of inventory systems is to keep track of the flow of goods. This

system is designed to tell you where each product is going, how many products are being

sold, when you need to order more, and which products produce the greatest and the least

profit. Those are the basics, and there are lots of more innovative features that you can

explore. It also includes the items, which are used as supportive materials to facilitate

production.

The benefit of this inventory is to accelerate and become more efficient than

working in mechanical processes for the Larose School Supplies. It also serves having an

easy operation by having up-to-date data regarding all needed office supplies, raw

manufacturing materials and merchandise for sale. It also tells management about loss,

making it invaluable for implementation of loss-control procedures.

Effective Inventory system which is designed to capture and release information

in the shortest possible time with accurate reports to enable the management to make the

right replenishment and purchase decisions to remain within inventory policy guidelines

and improve overall inventory management performance.


1.5 Research Methodology

The researchers will be using descriptive type of research method which will also

include many particular research methods and procedures, such as observations, and

interviews. The two parameter of study will help us understand how descriptive research

in general is similar and different to the other research. On this kind of method the

researchers can perform the research correctly and accurately which theyll be using as

their guide for the coming problems and for an accurate result.

SUPPLIER
S
PURCHASE
STOCKS SALES CUSTOMERS

Figure 1. Typical Inventory Concept

Figure 1 show the concept of the system to be used in this study. This diagram

will help the researchers in the developing an accurate system by following every process

within this cycle. System must have concepts and procedures that offer ample flexibility

to meet unusual and sometimes unreasonable demands on their resources personnel,

facilities and operational. Exceptional customer service also includes providing top

quality products at reasonable costs.


Questioning on the staffs and observation on the establishment will be used as data

gathering for this study. The researchers will then distribute system evaluation forms to

the five (5) IT experts or practitioners.

2.0 Theoretical and Conceptual Framework

Managing an inventory is a hard work drive nowadays the performance

improvement of works are complex and technology plays an important role in assisting

the business in achieving this.


Input Output

Inventor
Result
y
Request
Figure 2. Theoretical Framework

Using this theoretical framework we believe that it will provides a four phase

solution to this business requirement. This execution of the theoretical framework makes

quick prototypes at each stage of the process.

The framework, at the same time as delivering Input and output would also drive

staff roistering based on forecasted business activity. This approach leads to continuous

show improvement.

In essence, a good Workforce Management Solution would remove the

guesswork from staff roistering by leveraging analytics of inventory and timekeeping


information with business activity information. This approach would allow for

Continuous Labour Performance

Management and at the same time provide the key stakeholders with key

Workforce Management information

2.1 Conceptual Framework

This proposed system will be implementing an automated inventory system

for Larose School Supplies. The studys entire concept is shown in figure 3 which

shows the main conceptual framework of the system that the researchers will be

accomplishing.

I
Sales Administrator
N
-Determine the
lowest stock V -Management
that sold
of System
E
-Determine the
highest stock
that sold
N -Restrictions

T
-Products
Replenishments
O
-Product List
-Number of
stocks R
Y
Figure 3. Conceptual Framework

This study is divided into 2 different modules, sales and administration. Each of

the entities connects to the server and access the system. Every module has their

corresponding output. This will be used to accurate the developing of the system which is

synchronized in the objectives and deliverables set in this study.

3.0 INVENTORY SYSTEM FOR LAROSE SCHOOL SUPPLIES

The system is an entire inventory process of the locale which tends to improve

their manual process and come up with an accurate one.

3.1 System Overview

The following are different modules of the proposed system and its capabilities

with regards to the inventory system.

Users Administration

This module let the staff or manager to strictly secure their goods and materials.

The creations of new accounts are included for the new users and Management.

Counting stocks

In this module counting products will be automated for an accurate number of

stocks. Using this module will lessen the corruption within the management.
Lowest sale

This module can easily determine the product that has the lowest level of sold

products. This will also lessen the paper works of the staff in identifying them.

Highest sale

Under this module the staffs or management can easily determine the product that

has the highest level of sold products in a minute. It will lessen difficulties in identifying

the marketable products.

Replenishment

With this module the system will tell whether when to order new products particularly if

the quantity on hand reaches the minimum level of the stocked products.

3.2 System Objectives

The following are the different deliverables that the system will be having:

Exchange in mechanical process.

Automated filing and counting of recorded products.

Manager module for securing inventory.

Conflict in number of stocks is determined.

Determined when youre out of stock.

3.3 System Scope and Limitation


The system will only be available in a certain area wherein only the Staffs of the

Inventory and the Cashier may connect to the system. The system will cover the

Inventory process and the Highest and Lowest sold products.

3.4 Physical Environment Resources

The following are different physical resources to be used in the development of

the proposed system.

Development

The following are the different hardware and software used in the development of

the proposed system:

Hardware

Computer Server

- Intel quad core processor

- 2GB RAM above

- Windows 7 (OS)

- 64-bit Operating System

Printer

- EPSON C90

- Desk Jet

Software

- Microsoft Visual C# 2010 Express

- WAMP Server 2.1


Implementation

The following are the different hardware and software used in the implementation

of the proposed system:

Hardware

- Computer Server

Intel quad core processor

2GB RAM above

Windows 7 (OS)

64-bit Operating System

- Printer

EPSON C90

Desk Jet

Software

- Microsoft Visual C# 2010 Express

- WAMP Server 2.1

3.5 Architectural Design

The proposed study made used of the different tools that helped the researchers in

designing the logical architecture of the system, these were the Data flow Diagram, Data

Dictionary, Database Structure, System Flowchart, Entity Relationship Diagram, Project

Schedule and Visual Table of Content.

Data Flow Diagram


The data flow diagram is used to determine the flow of stocks and its process that

the researchers used to guide them in developing the system. Through this diagram it

helped the researchers design more accurate and effective process.

Data Dictionary

The data dictionary shows the different table structure and their definition to help

the researchers to easily design and determine the type of data to use.

Database Structure

The database structure was used to determine the database design of the proposed

system. This was very important since this was used as the backbone of the system. The

data are to be stored and retrieved for the input and output of the proposed system.

System Flowchart

This tool was used in identifying the main logical flow of the system from the

user. This was used in demonstrating the flow of the system using chart.

Entity Relationship Diagram

The entity relationship diagram is used to show the relationship from one table to

another and the entities within the system. This diagram helps the researchers in

identifying the different links between tables and entities.

Visual Table of Contents

This tool was used in properly identifying the different screen designs of the

proposed system. The VTOC helped the researchers in determining the different modules

and the different menu used.


3.6 Design and Implementation

In developing the system, the researchers will work together and are planning to

use several instruments such as hardware and software to help them to develop a correct

and accurate system.

The researchers aim to develop an automated inventory system which is

technically, operationally, and economically convenient for Larose School Supplies.

The researchers conduct several interviews in order to gather information about

the present existing conditions of the inventory system, knowing its problems and

enhancing it by developing an automated inventory system.

The data flow diagram was used to guide the researchers in identifying the flow of

the data from input, process to output. The staffs were asked to accurately input data to

the system particularly with the stocks. This is a common problem with mechanical

inventory process.

The system was developed using a carefully designed entity relationship diagram,

it is considered as the back-bone of the system. The database structure should be

followed as specified to guarantee the accuracy of stocks during inventory process.

Upon completing the system, it will be tested by IT experts to identify if the needs

and set deliverables were met. The only constraint addressed was the computer skills of

the system users and the conversion of mechanical documentations into automated form.

4.0 Results and Observation


The researchers interviewed and took pictures of the five (5) IT experts to test and

use the system. Then they evaluated it that corresponds to their findings, summary is

given.

The following are the evaluation results of the different resource persons or IT

practitioners who evaluated the system:

1. Does the system meet the set of objectives?

Yes, it is manageable to use.

Yes!

Yes, it does, the students did not overstate this objective.

Yes, as a second year graduate they meet the objectives of an inventory

system.

Yes.

2. Evaluate the system in terms of speed, accuracy of data result and system

function?

About speed, it is much faster to input.

All functioning

Speed is no issue, since this is a local application. Data display is good,

and it is works as intended.

Yes, but kindly put some warnings/information if there is no data result.

Speed-ok, accuracy-ok, data result-ok, system function-ok.

3. Does the system provide user-friendly interface?

Yes, easy to understand.


Yes.

Yes, it does. The colors are in good contrast and the alert messages are

coherent.

The GUI is user-friendly. Kindly put shortcut keys in each menu label.

Its easy to use.

4. Does the system provide accurate security?

Yes, but insert another security for the database.

Yes.

The database structures seem good, although it could be improved using

hashes on the user table. Other than that, the table design is okay.

Yes, kindly learn/study encryption or hashing.

Yes.

5.0 Conclusions and Recommendations

Inventory System includes a computerized counting form which provides easy

and better management for the staff to store a data in a reliable database.

The project looks at an Inventory Database for an establishment. It stores details

of stocks. The database is designed for use by staff and authorized personnel in the office

to enable them to easily produce information required by the customer in the

establishment.

Inventory System that will provide the needed and storing information in a faster,

more convenient way by storing file of the stocks in a computer system that will lessen

the effort of staff in storing files every now and then.


After the data gathering, interviews and distributing IT experts questionnaire, the

researchers tabulated the collected data and came up with different results.

The results of the tabulation were discussed in the previous chapter and showed

that there was a problem in using a manual procedure in attendance monitoring. And in

using an automated system it helped the locale conduct employee attendance monitoring

faster and more accurately.

Conclusions

The following are the different conclusions based on the conducted research and

system development:

The system provided user-friendly interface.

The system provided accurate count of stocks.

The accuracy of the system was proven through the system evaluation by the

different IT experts.

Lesser time spent in counting of stocks through the use of an automated

system.

Recommendations

The following are the different recommendations of the researchers:

Implementation of the system is recommended.


The locale should establish a concrete network infrastructure for the

implementation of the system.

High-quality server for the finance department.


Appendix A
System Evaluation
SYSTEM EVALUATION

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5. Evaluate the system in terms of speed, accuracy of data result and system function?

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7. Does the system provide accurate security?

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SYSTEM EVALUATION

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SYSTEM EVALUATION

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Resource Person

Fullname: ____________________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________

Contact Number: ____________________________________

Email Address: ____________________________________

Company: ____________________________________

Position: ____________________________________

IT Expertise: ____________________________________

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Fullname: ____________________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________

Contact Number: ____________________________________

Email Address: ____________________________________

Company: ____________________________________

Position: ____________________________________

IT Expertise: ____________________________________

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Fullname: ____________________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________

Contact Number: ____________________________________

Email Address: ____________________________________

Company: ____________________________________

Position: ____________________________________

IT Expertise: ____________________________________

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Fullname: ____________________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________

Contact Number: ____________________________________

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Company: ____________________________________

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IT Expertise: ____________________________________

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Fullname: ____________________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________

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Company: ____________________________________
Position: ____________________________________

IT Expertise: ____________________________________
Appendix B
Raw Data
Appendix C
Data Flow Diagram
CONTEXT DIAGRAM

INVENTO
Order
Product RY
SYSTEM Product
Customer Release order

Customer Details

Report

Admin
DATA FLOW DIAGRAM CURRENT
SYSTEM
LEVEL 0
Customer info master

Detail of customer

Generat
Customer Register Orde e Order
Order custome rs
r info
Sto
ks

Purchas
e
Produc Information

product t

Availabilit
y
Product list
Appendix D
Data Dictionary
DATA DICTIONARY

prod_info
Fieldname Type Size Description
prod_name Varchar 150 Product Name
prod_discription Varchar 150 Description of the product
SOH Int 50 Stocks On Hand
min_los Int 50 Minimum number of stocks
max_los Int 50 Maximum number of stocks

company_Name Varchar 150 Name of the Company


company_No Varchar 11 Contact Number of the
Company
delivered_dat Datetime 20 Date when the product
Delivered
notes Varchar 200 Notes about the product

user_info
Fieldname Type Size Description
fname Varchar 100 First name of the user
lname Varchar 100 Last name of the user
ContactNo Varchar 12 Contact Number of the user
Address Varchar 200 Complete Address of the
user
Gender Varchar 7 Gender of the user
Position Varchar 20 Position of the user to the
company/establishment
username Varchar 150 username that will be use
for log in
password Varchar 150 Password for the users
account

Inventory_report
Fieldname Type Size Description
prod_name Varchar 150 Name of the product that
have been less
Soh Int 50 Current stock level
dateout_tran Int 50 Date when less in the
inventory
Quantity Int 50 quantity
UserName VarChar 150 User in-charge during
inventory

damage_prod
Fieldname Type Size Description

Customer Name VarChar 150 Customer who returned the


product
Contact Number VarChar 150 Contact Number of the
customer
Prod_name Varchar 150 Name of the damage product

notes Varchar 150 Notes about the damage


product
dateBack datetime 20 Date when item give back
Appendix E
Database Structure
DATABASE STRUCTURE

prod_info

Fieldname Type Size


prod_name Varchar 150
prod_description Varchar 150
SOH Int 50
min_los Int 50
max_los Int 50

company_name Varchar 150


company_no Varchar 11
delivered_dat Datetime 20
notes Varchar 200

user_info

Fieldname Type Size


fname Varchar 100
lname Varchar 100
Contact_no Varchar 12
address Varchar 200
gender Varchar 7
Position Varchar 20
username Varchar 150
password Varchar 150
Inventory_report

Fieldname Type Size

prod_name Varchar 150


soh Int 50
dateout_tran Int 50
quantity Int 50

UserName VarChar 150

Damage_prod

Fieldname Type Size


Customer Name VarChar 150
Contact Number VarChar 11
Prod_name Varchar 150
notes Varchar 150
dateBack Datetime 20
Appendix F
System Flowchart
System Flowchart

Server Printer

Inventory

Database

Sales Report Product List


Appendix G
Entity Relationship Diagram
user_info
PK User ID Change Password
user_info
prod_infoFirstName FK username
PK Prod_Id MiddleInitial Datetime_in
Prod_Name LastName
ContactNo
SOH Amount_per_item
Category Address
Company_NamePosition
Company_NoUsername
Password
Delivered_date
Notes
FK Username

Inventory_report
PK Prod_name
damage_prod FK Prod_ID
PK Prod_id Soh
prod_name Quantity
customer_name UserName
contact_no
notes
des
quantity
dateback
FK
Appendix H
Visual Table of Contents
INVENTOR
Y
Add New User
Delete User Account
Manage User
User Account
Change Password
View Users Information
Account Inventory
Transaction
Records

FAQ

Help System Shortcuts

About Larose
Inventory System

VISUAL TABLE
OF Sign Up Manage Damage
Actio Products CONTENT
n View Reports
Appendix I
Program Listing
PROGRA
M
LISTING
Appendix J
Screen Layout
Users Manual
RESOURCE PERSON

Full Name: Hubert Tulan


Address: BLK 5 lot 28, Barangay Buensucess Arayat Pampanga
Contact Number: 09982753385
Email Address: huberttulan2011@live.com.ph
Company: SPCF (Main)
Position: comptech
I.T Expertise: Networking

Full Name: Homer B. Natividad


Address: Mabiga, Mabalacat City Pampanga
Contact Number: 09261026292
Email Address: homernatividad@gmail.com
Company: SPCF (Main)
Position: I.T Support
I.T Expertise: Hardware

Full Name: Joseph Paul Caparas


Address: Angeles City
Contact Number: 09175092200
Email Address: jpcaparas@spcf.edu.ph
Company: SPCF
Position: Web Designer
I.T Expertise: Intermidiate

Full Name: Mr. Michael John Cunanan


Address: 381 Sto. Rosario, Angeles City
Contact Number: 09175126453
Email Address: nxs.incorporated@yahoo.com
Company: Living Stone International School
Position: I.T Coordinator
I.T Expertise: Robotics

Full Name: Joel T. Bautista


Address: Balibago, Angeles City
Contact Number: 09276584900
Email Address: sirbau2k8@gmail.com
Company: DOST, SPCF
Position: MIS
I.T Expertise: Web, Microcontroller
DUSTIN DARREN G. MALLARI
#176 San Vicente St. Barangay Tabun, Angeles City
0916-253-8604
darren_mallari29@yahoo.com

PERSONAL PROFILE:

Age : 17 years old


Birth Date : April 29, 1996
Gender : Male
Civil Status : Single
Religion : Catholic
Nationality : Filipino
Height : 56
Weight : 45 kilograms
Languages : Tagalog, English

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Tertiary Systems Plus College Foundation - Extension


Miranda Angeles City
2012 - Present
Secondary Republic Central Colleges

Primary Pineda Gutierez Elementary School

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Well-Oriented in Microsoft applications.

Video and Pictures Editing:


- Adobe Collections
-Adobe Photoshop
-Adobe Flash
-Adobe Fireworks
- Movie Maker
- Microsoft Picture Manager
- Paint
Programming:
- CSharp
- PHP
- HTML
- Database Management

SEMINARS AND TRAININGS ATTENDED:

On-the-job Training Municipality of Angeles City


May - September 2013 (300hrs.)

Y4IT Modern Technologies


August 2013
Mall of Asia, Manila

SAITE Software and Applications


Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija
September 2012

Software Freedom Day Blender (Animation)


Open Source Software (Speaker)
SPCF Miranda Extension
July 2013
MIRACLE NESS B. USTARES
#0361 San Antonio Subd. Manibaug Paralaya, Porac, Pampanga
0905-616-7215
mira_ustares@yahoo.com

PERSONAL PROFILE:

Age : 18 years old


Birth Date : January 7, 1996
Gender : Female
Civil Status : Single
Religion : Baptist
Nationality : Filipino
Height : 52
Weight : 45 kilograms
Languages : Tagalog, English

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Tertiary Systems Plus College Foundation - Extension


Miranda Angeles City
2012 - Present
Secondary Angeles City National Trade School
Friendship Highway, Cutcut, Angeles City
June 2008 - March 2012
Primary Angeles Elementary School
Pulung Bulu, Angeles City
June 2006 - March 2008

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Well-Oriented in Microsoft applications:


- Microsoft Office Word
- Microsoft Office Excel
-Microsoft Office PowerPoint
-Microsoft Office Publisher
Video and Pictures Editing:
- Adobe Collections
-Adobe Photoshop
-Adobe Flash
-Adobe Fireworks
- Movie Maker
- Microsoft Picture Manager
- Paint
- Power Directory
Programming:
- CSharp
- PHP
- HTML
- Database Management
- Visual Basic (.NET)

SEMINARS AND TRAININGS ATTENDED:

On-the-job Training Municipality of Angeles City


May - September 2013 (300hrs.)

Y4IT Modern Technologies


August 2013
Mall of Asia, Manila

SAITE Software and Applications


Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija
September 2012

Software Freedom Day Blender (Animation)


Open Source Software (Speaker)
SPCF Miranda Extension
July 2013
ANNALIE P. DIAZ
#1561 Sta Trinidad Miranda Extension Angeles City
0935-143-8363
lieanna_diaz@yahoo.com

PERSONAL PROFILE:

Age : 18 years old


Birth Date : February 15, 1996
Gender : Female
Civil Status : Single
Religion : Catholic
Nationality : Filipino
Height : 54
Weight : 50 kilograms
Languages : Tagalog, English

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Tertiary Systems Plus College Foundation - Extension


Angeles City
2012 - Present
Secondary Pampanga Central High School
Tulaoc San Simon Pampanga
Primary San Agustin Elementary School
Tulaoc San Agustin San Simon Pampanga

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Well-Oriented in Microsoft applications:


- Microsoft Office Word
- Microsoft Office Excel
-Microsoft Office PowerPoint
-Microsoft Office Publisher
Video and Pictures Editing:
- Adobe Collections
-Adobe Photoshop
-Adobe Flash
-Adobe Fireworks
- Movie Maker
- Microsoft Picture Manager
- Paint
- Power Directory
Programming:
- CSharp
- PHP
- HTML
- Database Management
- Visual Basic (.NET)

SEMINARS AND TRAININGS ATTENDED:

On-the-job Training Systems Plus College Foundation - Main


May-September 2013 (300hrs.)

Y4IT Modern Technologies


August 2013
Mall of Asia, Manila

SAITE Software and Applications


Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija
September 2012

Software Freedom Day Blender (Animation)


Open Source Software (Speaker)
SPCF Miranda Extension
July 2013
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Julius Mark T. Guzman
#9 Ped Ana Bldg. Pulung Bulu, Angeles City
0936-307-1892
jmguzman@yahoo.com

PERSONAL PROFILE:

Age : 17 years old


Birth Date : September 4, 1996
Gender : Male
Civil Status : Single
Religion : Catholic
Nationality : Filipino
Height : 55
Weight : 47 kilograms
Languages : Tagalog, English

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Tertiary Systems Plus College Foundation - Extension


Angeles City
2012 - Present
Secondary Magalang Institute
Magalang, Pampanga
Primary Magalang Central School
Magalang Pampanga

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Well-Oriented in Microsoft applications:


- Microsoft Office Word
- Microsoft Office Excel
-Microsoft Office PowerPoint
-Microsoft Office Publisher
Video and Pictures Editing:
- Adobe Collections
-Adobe Photoshop
-Adobe Flash
-Adobe Fireworks
- Movie Maker
- Microsoft Picture Manager
- Paint
- Power Directory
Programming:
- CSharp
- PHP
- HTML
- Database Management
- Visual Basic (.NET)

SEMINARS AND TRAININGS ATTENDED:

On-the-job Training Systems Plus College Foundation Miranda Extn


June-September 2013 (300hrs.)

Y4IT Modern Technologies


August 2013
Mall of Asia, Manila

SAITE Software and Applications


Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija
September 2012

Software Freedom Day Blender (Animation)


Open Source Software (Speaker)
SPCF Miranda Extension
July 2013