THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
This chapter comprises the introduction to the study itself, the statement of the problem along with objectives set, the significance as well as the scope and limitations of the study. Some terms used are operationally defined and the methodologies used are also identified.
There is a profound effect of the computer revolution to our school, our home and our society in general. Computers plays a big role in different application such as airline industry, medicine, banking industry, television and movies, factory, offices, schools, business and even at home.
Businesses are using computers to improve their efficiency, reduce their cost of operation, and to have a more timely and accurate reports. Indeed, computer as a result, produce a variety of benefits that arrived in an enhance knowledge and improve ones capability to do things. It makes things to become possible and one of these is the payroll system. This study will tackle in particular the Payroll System of UAM of the Philippines Inc.
Payroll System is one of the systems used in a company to simplify the process of recording and tracking of information. It handles the salary of the employees and reports of their wages. People are admitted to work in order to live and support their love ones. When you are employed, you are entitled to include the payroll system.
Payroll system is one of the tiresome aspects in managing a business owing to its repetitive nature of preparation. It is indeed not an easy task which involves proper handling as it involves financial matters and at stake are the companys resources. An accurate and efficient payroll system must be properly implemented to satisfy the employees and the companys objective as well. The payroll system of UAM of the Philippines Inc. needs improvement so as to serve the employees better. The proposed system could help improve and lessen difficulties being encountered by the accounting department and the employees as well.
1.2 Problem and Opportunities
The existing Payroll System that the UAM of the Philippines Inc. is currently using is Excel. The researchers encountered the following problems:
Effort and time wasted in computing payroll for employee.
Slow processing of pay slip generation.
Poor security of files and data storage.
Due to this encountered problems, an opportunity of introducing computerized payroll system is propose by the researchers.
1.3 Objectives of the study
The general objective of the study is to develop and improve the computerized payroll system made by the researchers that will upgrade the UAM of the Philippines Inc.
Reduce effort and time wasted in computing payroll for employee. Provide a better and faster way for processing of pay slip generation. Provide a better security of files and data storage.
1.4 Significance of the Study
The proposed Computerized Payroll System of UAM of the Philippines Inc. will help lessen time, and effort during the said transactions. The study also has significance to the following:
To the UAM of the Philippines Inc. , through this study, the company will realize that the use of computer will be a great tool to their payroll operations. Since the proposed system will have a great help the people behind the payroll system of the company for it lessen the time and effort in processing and retrieving information hence, provide ease in managing their payroll.
To the Employees of UAM of the Philippines Inc. , the proposed system can help them in a way that the problems occur during payroll can be remove like the delaying of their salaries and the time they waste during payroll.
To the other company, who are still relying on the old procedure, it will serve as their references and adapt the necessary system accompanied with the growth of the company.
To the Researchers Institution particularly to the Information Technology Department, accomplishment of the proposed system will bring honor to the school, the Kolehiyo ng Lungsod ng Lipa for having products such as the researchers who were able to create said outcomes.
To the Researchers, developing the proposed system will be a good training for the researcher for practicing system analysis and design together with computer programming. It will be a great help especially in developing their skills as an I.T. student.
To the Future Researchers, the proposed system will serve as guide in making related type of research and they may gain additional knowledge. This study will also give them basis on how effectively payroll system works on various business transaction and recording.
1.5 Scope and Limitation of the Study
The researchers focus their study on the payroll of their employees only. It primarily deals with the recording of employees personal information, the salary rate and necessary deductions. Any relevant updates on employees information are also included. The overworked time period must also be considered in the computation of their salaries. The process of computing salaries is done every 15th day or 30th day but every 20th day and 5th day of the following month, the employee shall receive his wages.
However, the computation of each employees salary is beyond the researchers control. Any other transactions such as billing, sales and inventory of the company are not included to the proposed system.
Local of the Study
The site of their study is the UAM of the Philippines Inc. which is located at FPIP in Santo Thomas. The main subject of the study is the employees who are still using a labor-intensive system on their attendance monitoring and payroll. Since then, we all distinguish that the problems exist when improper applications have been made. That is why we have our proposal system which is the application of computerized payroll system.
Data Gathering Methods
The administration of UAM of the Philippines Inc. , particularly the manager and the accountants contributed a lot in the achievement of this study. Because of their collaborative support the researchers were able to successfully conduct study about their company. There are various data gathering technique and ways that the researchers made. Interviewing people who are responsible in the study to helps the researchers in gathering information regarding the study. Those interviews helped the researchers to come up with the software that may fit the need for enhancement of learning about the study.
The researchers also look for ideas from computers about the software that will help to solve the encountered problems by the campus. Although process was too tiring and need lot of time, it did not become an obstacle for the researchers to produce the alternative solutions.
System Analysis and Design
The gleaned information was summarized which served as guide to broadly understand the existing system and as among the factors to consider in the next step. Collected information was analyzed and prepared preliminary layout. The possible system requirements are also listed to determine the viability which was used also in the preparation of the system design.
System is design based on the managements choice. They made it more appealing to the users thus ensures its being user friendly. The researchers decided to use Visual Basic 2010 application software, coupled with MS Access as database, which are proven best for visually effective screen design that will suit the preference of the accountant and the other system users of UAM of the Philippines Inc.
1.7 Conceptual Framework
Figure 1: Conceptual Framework of the Proposed Computerized Payroll System of UAM of the Philippines Inc. This study used the systems approach with three dimensions: INPUT, PROCESS and OUTPUT. In this figure, the input is the information of the employee required by the system. It indicates the performance of one employee based on the record. The process is the Recording, and Storing Files which is formulated by the different programs use and also the computation of payroll is performed. In addition, OUTPUT process shows that the release of Pay Slip is the most important aspect in the study which leads to perform another product such as Reports. 1.8 Definition of Terms
Database. A collection of interrelated information/data
Execution. The process of carrying out instruction/s of a computer program by a computer. Files. A named set of records stored or processed as a unit. Hardware. Physical components of an information processing system, such as computer peripheral devices. Input.Pertaining to a device, entity, process or channel involved in an input, process, or to the associated data or state. Manual System. A system operated by the hands, requiring physical rather than mental effort without the aid of computing device. Personal Computer. A microcomputer primarily intended for stand-alone used by an individual. People ware. The users of the computer system
Records. An authentic official copy of documents deposits with a legally designated offices. Retrieve. To locate data in storage and read it so that it can be processed, printed or displayed. Updating. Act of making changes made by the user.
Software. All or part of the programs, procedure, rules and associated documentation of a data processing system. System. Data processing, a data collection of people, machines and methods organized to accomplish a set of specific function. CHAPTER II
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
This chapter provides general ides of the technology use, review of related literature and conceptual framework of proposed System.
2.1 Related Literature
Researchers come up with the minimum hardware requirements that the proposed system needed. As the processor Pentium IV or higher was applied, memory 512Mb of RAM was applied. Peripheral hardware such as PS/2 Mouse, PS/2 Keyboard, CRT Monitor, Power Supply and Printer for printing reports AVR was provided. All listed hardware requirements is now available at the establishment
In terms of software requirements; Microsoft XP was operating system. On system development application The researchers decided to use Visual Basic 2010 application software, coupled with MS Access as database, which are proven best for visually effective screen design that will suit the preference of the accountant and the other system users of Golden Dreams Company.
2.2 Related Studies
2.2.1 Local Studies
Barcodes have found varieties of applications in different fields, including libraries and information centers. In developed countries, barcode patterns have become a familiar symbol for general masses due to their appearance in all personal products, books, food and grocery packets, garments, other records, etc.
The application of barcode technology in circulation system of a library and
information center is most successful due to its speed, accuracy and reliability. In a computerized circulation system, there is no need to maintain and issue multiple borrowers cards. Each member needs only a single card with unique identification number (such as library membership number) to be used by the software to access member database and the multiple borrowing facilities is controlled by the software. In computerized circulation system the borrower presents before the counter assistant his library card and the book(s) to be borrowed. The circulation assistant inputs the identity number of the borrower through keyboard and activates his database record. Depending upon permissibility the documents accession number is entered in the computer and the book is issued to the borrower. It is the computer software, which computes the due date for return, fine and makes reservations against books. In a manual system it is difficult to ascertain whether a particular book is issued or not and hence reserving a book becomes a cumbersome job. Such problems do not exist with the computers. The database is always ready for any query. Thus, with ease, the entire operation can take place without any loss of information and control. However, even in computerized circulation system, there is a need for circulation staff to input data like member code, accession number, etc. into the machine. This often slows down the entire process. Further, there may be data entry error, which reduces the efficiency of the system.
The automation in libraries requires that the barcode be incorporated on each readers tickets. A borrowers file giving full details is to be prepared using the automation package. The barcode number is to be incorporated in the borrowers records by scanning. Similarly, a file of all documents in the library is to be prepared. Each item in the bibliographic file has its own unique barcode number. The barcode label is stuck in a convenient place such as opposite the due date label. 
Fingerprint scanner to ID school children Students in an Ohio public school district will be fingerprinted to identify them in lunch lines, raising privacy concerns among parents. The Akron school board approved, 5-2, a request for $700,000 to modernize its cafeterias, agreeing to pilot the system this fall at a middle school, the Akron Beacon Journal reported. Board members were barraged with phone calls and e-mails from parents. One board member who voted against the measure, Rebecca Heimbaugh, echoed some of the parents concerns. I do not believe that any parent or any student has ever had the expectation that in order to go through the lunch line or to buy a cookie or carton of milk that they or their children would be requested to first be fingerprinted. 2.2.2 Foreign Studies
She told the Akron paper. Raymond Vasvari, legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union, said school leaders must ensure the fingerprint images dont end up in the wrong hands. The question remains is there information that would be useful to someone and how can you be sure this information is not shared?
He said, according to the Akron daily. Parents opposed to the system will have the option of acquiring an identification card for their children, and the systems designers say the fingerprints will be deleted. The system, which replaces the meal ticket method, puts students fingerprints into a scanner that creates a template of binary numbers corresponding to the unique pattern of each print. Students are identified in the lunch line by placing a finger on a scanner.I think we need to enter the 21st century, Said board member Linda Kersker, nothing the systems efficiency. We need to move forward and not backward. Kersker said, according to the Beacon Journal, the stored templates could not be used by police in the same way they rely on fingerprints. I do not see this as much different than a photo ID, she said. It is simply more reliable.
However, board member Curtis Walker, who voted for the system, agreed school leaders need to pay attention to privacy concerns. 
In the study conducted by Paul Grady entitled Arjolette Payroll System, the author said that fully automated system can be applied if enhancement is expected in and found out that it is much better to apply not only an automated system in an stand-alone computer system but preferred network system. He stated that payroll processing must meet the information needs of external entities to provide information for internal use of business.
He mentioned in his study the importance of eliminating manual routines and utilizing electronic data processing instead, with the use of computers. [Paul Grady. Arjolette Payroll System, 2005] 
A case (extracted from the ISO/IEC TR 14143-4) .Once the original Hotel Reservation System described in RUR A1 has been completed, the following facility should be added to the Hotel Reservation System: In function RES, when entering the name into the reservation screen, the system should check if that exact name already exists in a previous reservation. If so (and when no other or similar name exists), the system should automatically enter the details (street address, postcode, city, country, telephone number, language code) into the new reservation. If there are several different addresses for the same name (or for a similar name) the system should show all candidates in a pop-up window, allowing the user to select the appropriate choice. 
From the book by Ralph Stair and George Reynolds entitled Principles of information Systems, Seventh Edition,(2006) studies have shown that the involvement of managers and decision makers in all aspects of information system is a major factor for organizational success including higher profits and lower costs. Information System are used in all functional areas and operating divisions of business.
In sales and marketing, information system are used to develop new goods and services (product analysis), determine the best location for production and distribution facilities (place or site analysis) Vaxys Online Reservation System for Maui Vacation Rentals (Ph.D Thomas F. Seif, Jackie Pias Carlin, 2006¬) says that designed to increase guest booking while reducing the owners time on the computing answering email. This system is available anytime a guest wants to book and the chances are greater that your rental will be looked when guest have an immediate response. The policies regarding security deposits, balance, due date, and cancellation penalties can be posted on the Vaxys Online Booking System and automatically sent to the guest in the reservation confirmation email. The reservation system allows entering payments as they are received and automatically send confirmation receipt to the guests. 
Annals of the History of Computing and Payroll System (2006) of George McKinley dealt on the significance of proper generating of payroll in any company. This is an important consideration as the usefulness of management accounts depends on their timeliness; the older information is, the less it will reflect the current situation.
Most important of all, however, is the quality and integrity of the information. If the systems of recording information and manipulating financial accounts, particularly those pertaining to salaries and wages of a companys employees are flawed, the less useful and the more (potentially) damaging the management accounts become.
Providing timely, accurate and most relevant information and services, more importantly the distribution of the salaries are the responsibility of every employer to their employees. Said outcomes are the core aspects of the reviewed studies and that of the researchers. 
Relatively, Payroll System according to George McKinley, of the University of Michigan, is a system that includes employees information, breakdown of compensation, rate and period covered, detailed contributions and deductions, and the net amount to be received by the corresponding individual. Laborious computation and calculation performed by the accounting personnel can be made easier using the electronic data processing. The study focuses on payroll procedures and the proper handling of employees records, and salary computation. Great outcomes can be achieved by any company if computerized system is employed in any business area. [http://www.payroll_mckinley/study.htm] 
It also stated in International Marketing by Suplico et.al 2008,p.157, in a foreign transaction, an open account can be especially risky for the seller unless the buyer is a well-known customer who has a track record of being a good payer or one who has been thoroughly checked for credit worthiness. In an open account, the seller simply obtains an export order, approves it, ships the merchandise and then sends along an invoice to the customer with a request for payment. This mode of payment should not be used for the first-time buyers. The use of modes of payments basically helps the clients to access the payment in its easiest way. It would also be easier for clients to pay for the reservation if payments like credit cards, etc. will be used. 
According to I.T Hawryszkiewycz in his book entitled Introduction to System Analysis and Design 3rd Edition (2005) stated that one of the most important factors in building systems is to develop a good understanding of the system and its problems. This is necessary in order to identify the correct system requirements and provide solutions that are acceptable to an organization and its personnel. An understanding of the system cannot be developed by analysts simply sitting down and drawing a model of the system or setting user requirements in the privacy of an office. It can only be done by discussion with users to find out what they require of the system and the building systems that satisfy these requirements. Thus, in summary, it is necessary to spend some time studying the system, talking to its users and obtaining information about how the system works and what is needed of the new system. 
According to Petroutsos in his books entitled Mastering: Database programming of Visual Basic 2010 (2010) stated that since corporations based, when it comes to designing a very large database, most corporation will hire consultants to do the job. Medical companies, for example, with large computer installations and an army of programmers, database administrators and all kinds of computers specialist, usually outsource design of their database. From time to time, theyll bring consultants of tune database, as well. 
Section 12 of Farm Management: Enterprise Budgets. Budgets can be used to estimate profitability, project cash flows, provide a basis for credit, assist in farm planning, and develop least-cost feed rations. In this guide, different classification of application that may reveal large variation in per-unit costs of production. Individual farmers determine costs of production in relation to management decision and income needs.
However, a cash-flow statement would be needed to determine whether all financial obligations can be met. The similarity of this study to Corn and Sugarcane Growth Monitoring with Decision Support System is the concept of costs and decision making. Variable costs are those that vary with output within a production period. Those costs include seedlings, fertilizers and labor. (agguide.agronomy.psu.edu, 2009)
A project entitled Risk Assessment And Monitoring of Corn Borer Resistance to Transgenic BT Corn in Louisiana, has the objectives of determining susceptibility of South-Western corn borer to Bt proteins extracted from Bt- corn plants, to evaluate changes in susceptibility of South-Western corn borer and sugarcane borer to Bt toxins in laboratory selections, estimate Bt resistance allele frequency in Louisiana corn borer populations and to implement a monitoring system to detect early changes in Bt resistance allele frequencies in South-Western corn borer and sugarcane borer in Louisiana. (Huang, Leonard, 2008) The simi11111larity of this project in our system is the idea of monitoring of changes; specifically in changes of growth in a particular crop.
A book entitled Monitoring and Predicting Agricultural Drought: A Global Study is a study about crop monitoring. According to this, crop performance during the growing season is monitored by the members of the National Early Warning Committee (NEWC). Compared with normal and past years equivalents, land preparation planting and cropping pattern are monitored based on the area prepared for cultivation. Dates of planting are compared with the seasonal crop calendar to identify any delay in planting.
Crop conditions during specific phenological phases are monitored, and poor/very poor crop conditions are also identified. Recommendations are made for alleviating any crop damage based on the monitoring. The availability of inputs, such fertilizers, pesticides, and improved seeds and the financial ability of the farmer to use the inputs is explained in the monitoring report. Finally, estimates on crop productions are made and compared with the past year and also with a normal year. (Boken, Cracknell, Heathcote, 2005). CHAPTER III SYSTEM ANALYSIS
This chapter covers the analyses of the existing system as well as the
proposed one. Corresponding data flow diagram for each system is illustrated. It also emphasizes the logical concept of the proposal, the system requirements and the possible users are also identified in this section.
3.1 The Existing System
In the existing system of UAM of the Philippines Inc. , the employees will punch their time of each employee. After the employees punched their DTR, the accounting personnel validates the attendance and records in the attendance sheet for the determination of employees salary. Then it will be given to the accounting clerk for the computation of payroll and preparation of payroll sheet for a summary report. After that, the manager will check and verify the payroll sheet before signing it. Then it will be returned to the accounting clerk for distribution of pay slip and salary.
3.1.1 DFD Existing System
3.2 The Proposed System
The proposed system will be of great help for the users of the system as well as to the employees of UAM of the Philippines Inc.
The proposed system will starts the same way as the employees punched their DTR. Then, the accounting personnel will validate and import the attendance and records in the attendance sheet for the determination of employees salary. Then it will be given to the accounting on the computerized payroll system. The salary will be automatically computed. Then the accounting personnel will generate the salary report/pay slip to be submitted to the manager for signing and approval. The accounting personnel will distribute the salary to the employees.
The proposed system aims to have an easy, accurate and efficient result of all the data on payroll. It also aims to monitor preparation of payroll to determine the process and operations involved in the system.
3.2.1 DFD Proposed System
3.4 Users of the System
The researchers proposal needs human factor to have an effective system. The primary user of the proposal is the employees of UAM of the Philippines Inc. Secondary users are payroll staff/personnel of UAM of the Philippines Inc. Corporation. He/She must be computer literate to be able to properly manage and operate the system. In case of the absence of the secondary user, other accounting personnel from the Payroll Department must know the flow of the computerized system. He/she must be in charge of doing payroll report. Other secondary users are the accounting and timekeeping HRD because all transactions to be made are under a computerized payroll system.
3.5.1 Hardware Requirement
HardwareType and SpecificationsProcessor Pentium IV or higher than 1.6 GhzMemory522MB or HigherVideo Card128Mb or HigherHard Disk40Gb or Higher Monitor15 CRT or laterKeyboardStandard PS2MouseStandard PS2AVR250 Volts Hardware requirements contain the hardware use and its type.
SoftwareTypes and specificationOperating systemWindows 7Database Microsoft Access 2007Program and Design InterfaceVisual basic 2010 Table list are programs and operating system use for the process of transaction. The operating system will be a Windows 7. Program use is the Visual Basic 2010 program for the verification and registration of employees data and MS Access 2007 will be the database server that will contains the records for the system.
This Chapter contains an overview of details about technical, economical and operational feasibility of the proposed system.
One of the vital parts pf the proposals is the feasibility of the proposed system. Feasibility is a process that determines if the project proposal is applicable to be used to be implemented.
4.1 Technical Feasibility
The proposed system needs hardware and software support for it to be fully implemented, making it technically feasible. Thus, availability of the needed equipment specified in the systems specification section of this documentation, makes this study feasible. Aside from it, the administration with the support of the city government is willing to upgrade their system if it is needed.
.Based also from the gathered data this proposed system is feasible in terms of the technology to be applied which is computer technology.
4.2 Economical Feasibility
Because the administrator was well informed and educated as to the possible costs and benefits of the proposed system, making them aware that in spite of the expenses to be incurred by the company, the benefits that they will get are higher. Besides, they are also aware, that in the long run, the cost of production using the present system is higher due to repetitive expenses needed, as compared to the proposed system having no repetitive expenses at all. Moreover, because of the lesser time and effort in processing records, extra time can be used in performing other tasks.
4.3 Operational Feasibility
The proposed system is operationally feasible because the possible users will be able to operate the system effectively. Converting the existing system into the proposed one will no longer be a problem. The users will also be given instructions on how a smooth implementation can be achieved. The researchers are also willing to allot time to train them so that proper operations are adhered to.
Additionally, a users manual will be provided for to serve as their guide, particularly if the researchers are not around. CHAPTER V
This chapter focuses on the presentation of the system design. This presentation is a significant factor to consider in designing the system, in support of its abstract. This includes the components of the proposed system, i.e. its functions, the lay-out of the screen design as well as the snap shot of each feature and the Hierarchical Input Process Output (HIPO). The methodologies undergone are also identified in this section.
5.1 Components of the Proposed System
5.1.1 Function of the System
Password use to provide system security
Main Menu it contains the primary buttons of the system, The employees Information, Payroll, Report Generation, Utilities, Help and Exit. Employee Information the button use for adding, editing, viewing and deleting records. Add adds employees records
Edit Use in updating employees records
View Use for searching/browsing employees records
Delete Use for deleting employees records
Payroll Automatically computes salary upon encoding data.
Report Generation use for printing payroll reports
Change Password – Use in modifying security codes
Back up – Use in creating back up copies
Users Manual Provides information regarding the system
Authors shows the authors of the system
Exit Closes the system
5.2 Screen Design
Figure 5. Splash Screen
Figure 6. Log In
Figure 7. Main Menu
Figure 8. Attendance
Figure 8. Employee Management
Figure 9. User Management
Figure 10. Search Employee record
Figure 11. Add department And Position
Figure 12. User Accounts
SYSTEMS TRAINING AND IMPLEMENTATION
This chapter encloses the implementation plans in the conversion of the existing system into a proposed computerized record keeping system. This includes the security and back-up plan, the maintenance plan as well as the training plan for the users.
6.1 Security and Back-up Plan
All data are needed to be stored confidentially. For that reason, the system uses a password as one of its security measures. Through this, no one can use the system without proper authority.
Since the software allocates the big amount of memory on the storage system, special storage is used which is the hard disk. The hard disk will serve as the main storage of all the files, database and programs. It will be the master disk and as the same time the working disk. All entries and retrievals of records are all forwarded to this primary storage thats why a big amount of memory is consumed. About this, a special back up procedure is made in order to secure the files.
For the software, a special back up secondary storage will be utilized. It will be use wherever problems occur on the primary storage. Backup and Restore function was provided by the system .
In the handling procedure, the users of the system will be the ones responsible in taking care of the back-up devices.
6.2 Testing and Maintenance Plan
Maintenance of the system is possible through the use of Back-up files. The hardware and the software must be in better performance and has to be maintained. The mishandling and carelessness can cause troubleshooting and problems. If problem occurs regarding hardware, the company will be the one responsible for looking for a technician to check what the problem on the system hardware is. To lessen the cost for maintenance, users must be trained well and must be responsible enough in handing the entire system.
6.3 Installation Plan
The researchers plan to install the software that is needed in order to see the system resourcefully. This includes software for the database such as MS Access. The software must be installed in an executable way. There should be a shortcut icon to the desktop to make it easy to open.
6.4 Users Training Plan
For the system to be implemented will, the users must be familiar with it. They must know the do and donts of the system. They must be trained first before they have access on the system to avoid mishandling and errors.
The proponents of the proposed system will offer an actual presentation on how to use the system. Demonstrations on the uses of the system will be shown to the primary and secondary users of the system.
Another important thing to be included is that the users must be computer literate so as not to have difficult, times in trainings regarding how to use the system. The system itself, has a users manual for them to look at incase they want to know something about life proposed system. CHAPTER VII
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
This is the final chapter and considered as the key section of the study as it is here where the findings are summarized; generalization in the form of conclusion is made; and the recommendations for the betterment of the subject-organization are addressed to concerned authorities.
Managing and processing the Computerized Payroll System of UAM of the Philippines Inc. employee is hard and he risky because they are using manual-based system. It is considered as one of the obstacle not only on the part of the employees but also for the management. Payroll needs to be accurate so as to satisfy the employees.
Since they use manual system, handling of records became inefficient sometimes looking for the records alone consumer much time: Sometimes carelessness leads to loss of records. Due to this problem being observed by the researches when they conducted a study on the payroll system of UAM of the Philippines Inc. , they proposed a computer based system. Although it contains large amount of money to be build up it offers many benefits that will lead to the effectiveness and productiveness not only of the employees but also for the management.7.2 Conclusion
Through the studies and series of interviews conducted by the researchers, they conclude that the use of Computerized Payroll System would be of big help to the development of the payroll system of the UAM of the Philippines Inc.. The Researchers believe that computers have great characteristics that will lead to greater accuracy of information and better performance of every employee.
The researchers recommend this proposal to UAM of the Philippines Inc. management for its more advantageous that their existing system. This system will allow them to retrieve data easily, generate payroll reports quickly and accurately, and avoid loss of important records. This will make their easily and quickly done thus employees will be more productive in doing other tasks.
The researchers could also recommend this study to other institutions because they will benefit more if they have a better and a more reliable service to all.