Technology is being embraced to change the way academic institutions manage their day to day activities. However some schools remain reluctant to effectively utilize this technology to maximum capacity and in so doing, they still use the traditional pen and paper manual information system to manage students’ academic records, fees transactions, record expenses and generate financial reports.
This project was carried out for schools with the aim of reducing the time and costs incurred when managing students’ academics records and fees transactions. The project sought to address the problems within the admissions, academics and accounts departments with a focus on students, academic and financial information management. The first phase of the project involved requirements determination using data obtained from questionnaires and one on one interviews.
These requirements were then used to come out with an elaborate design with a bottom-up design approach. The design was implemented to realize the practicability of the system.
The system was tested to ensure that it is error-free to address user requirements.
Additional functionality of settings, expenditure capture, inventory management, project management, Leave, payroll and generation of financial statements among others was built to make a proprietary software tool named “CSS ”
Capacity & Security
Css Software is inbuilt with a database management system to handle data up to a size of 140 terabytes (247 ,128 tebibytes) and adherent to security measures of encrypting and cyphering login credentials in line with the data management act.
What CSS has to offer…
- CSS software streamlines your school’s processes and provides you with an insight to efficiently manage the strengths of your school while ensuring improvement in the productivity of both academic and accounts departments respectively and the quality of services offered by the departments to students, school management and other stakeholders.
- With a user-friendly interface, CSS software reduces your manual workload, whether you are highly experienced or have little or no knowledge of computer.