Implementing Personnel Management System as SaaS

Musa Yusuf, Faki A. Silas and Salim Haruna

Published in Volume 3 - Number 5, July 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.22632/ccs-2018-252-86

Subject Area : Distributed Computing

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Musa Yusuf, Faki A. Silas and Salim Haruna (2018). Implementing Personnel Management System as SaaS. Circulation in Computer Science, 3, 5 (July 2018), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.22632/ccs-2018-252-86

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Abstract

Cloud computing is where software applications, data storage and processing capacity are accessed via the internet. This paper involves with analysis of the importance of cloud computing in software application developed as a service. To achieved that, a web based application OPMaSwas developed to provide service that will improvetheaudit readiness and compliance, couple with conformance to records retention policies and automated record management bundled using SaaS model. The web application is meant to manage personnel of any given organization, providing strong functionalities developed in modules such as; personnel information management module, training information management module, leave management module, resume management module, appraisal management module, document management module, reporting module and payroll management module. This applies to a lot of third world countries especially in Nigeria where interest e-commerce is fast growing. The system was evaluated using software performance methods where a reasonable performance was achieved as compared to state of the art software.

Keywords: Software as a Service (SaaS), Personnel Management System, Cloud Computing, Software Performance Engineering

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