Frequent Shopper Essay

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Service Request SR-kf-013 Service Request SR-kf-013 for Kudler Fine Foods. Your Name University of Phoenix Abstract Systems upgrades or request for services are a necessary stipulation of the business world. This operation allows for upkeep of current systems and the implementation of new programs. It is through this that the identification, design, and implementation of this program that will help to further enhance Kudler’s standing in the community and its commitment to its customers and suppliers. Service request The objective of this project request is to track purchases of individual customer’s. The customer purchases will be tracked and accumulated as loyalty points for redemption by the customer for …show more content…
In this paper, we present an empirical study where FAR is applied and evaluated in two large-scale defense projects. Our results indicate that the FAR approach performs better than the previously used approach in the organization. Specify how each proposed system function would be allocated in terms of the required hardware, software, and HCI (Human-Computer Interface). Proposed System Function Many of the system requirements needed to institute and make good use of the proposed KFSP at KFF are already in place (University of Phoenix, 2008). These proposed KFSP (Kudler Foods Shopping Program) consist of networked cash registers with scanners located at the registers, a business web site, and bar codes on purchase items. Other necessary items would consist of membership application cards. These membership application cards ensure customers receive benefits and the system receives the appropriate customer identification information in the databases. The cash registers, key tags and scanners would work hand in hand and will be implementing in this new system. New information is sent to the database via the scanners used at the cash registers would consist of the shopping habits of the customer and frequency of items being purchased. The scanner sends information to the main database created by entering information received from customer membership