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Personal Donation System (P.D.S.). Team King of the Woods Project Manager: Robert Williams Systems Analyst: Kayla English Change Manager: Andrea Hutchinson Hardware Specialists: Daniel Armah and Tyler Phillips Business Analyst: Lisa Coppersmith. History. Then

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personal donation system p d s

Personal Donation System(P.D.S.)

Team King of the Woods

Project Manager: Robert Williams

Systems Analyst: Kayla English

Change Manager: Andrea Hutchinson

Hardware Specialists: Daniel Armah and Tyler Phillips

Business Analyst: Lisa Coppersmith

history
History

Then

  • In Ancient Greece beggars were accepted as an inevitable nuisance. As part of their dress they wore ‘scrips’ (wallets) in which they carried away the food they received.

Most donations were done within the church.

Now

  • People use jars/containers in stores to collect money for specific organizations, with these they also send stores papers with a barcode located on these slips of paper to electronically donate through the stores system. Each charity/organization also have their own website where anyone is able to donate. The number of charities and organizations have increased significantly.
          • Americans gave more than $290.89 billion to their favorite causes despite the economic conditions
          • The greatest portion of charitable giving, $211.77 billion, was given by individuals or household donors
mission statement
Mission Statement
  • Problem Statement:
    • There is an inefficiency in the donation system at convenience, restaurant, and retail stores using jars for collection. Customers and employees feel insecure about the safety and assuredness.
  • Mission Statement:
    • The Personal Donation System project's mission is to design a new hardware and software system to enable safer, more secure and efficient donation by customers and the general public so that donation rates will increase and the money will be assured to reach its' intended recipient and also provide the donator with the ease and peace of mind of tracking donations through an online system located on our website.
what is p d s
What is P.D.S.
  • The Personal Donation System is an interactive system designed to create a safer and more efficient donating process for the consumer.
  • Our goal is to increase donations by 25 percent over the next 5 years while creating a donation system that is safer, more secure, and simpler that allows the user to be more interactive.
  • Financially the goal is to break-even as the project is going for non-profit status. Technologically the P.D.S. aims to be easy to use, and involve a low maintenance hardware and software system for donations that will transfer to a computer website.
project charter
Project Charter
  • Requirements for the project lie primarily in acquiring investors and funding. The main limitation associated with P.D.S. is it’s need for widespread installation and training.
    • Murphy Tetley – Chief Executive Officer
    • Robert Williams – Project Manager
    • Kayla English – System Analyst
    • Andrea Hutchinson - Change Manager
    • Tyler Phillips &Daniel Armah -Hardware Specialists
    • Lisa Coppersmith – Business Analyst
    • Mr. Williams will lead the project, monitor its performance and make decision on how to keep the project on track. If a problem does arise he will work with his executive team and the Stakeholders to come up with the best solutions to resolve the issues. This Project is our top priority, so we ask the functional managers to provide any resources that we need. Mr. Williams will present status reports every 2 weeks to keep the executive committee informed.
scope
Scope

Project Objectives:

  • Business - Non-profit
  • Financial - Break even
  • Regulatory - Store machinery codes and regulations
  • Performance - Fixed time deadline
  • Technical - create and design new software system
  • Quality - widely accessible and easily understood

Project Deliverables:

  • Virtual Prototype
  • Presentation to Investors
  • Functional donation system and hardware
  • Safer, easier and secure donation system for consumers
stakeholders
Stakeholders

Stakeholders:

  • Employees (Team King of the Woods) - Crucial members of development of project. Interest invested in timely success of project.
  • Investors - Put money into project, instrumental in funding the project off the ground and into production. Interest in return on investment.
  • Stores where donation machines located - Invested space and possibly down payment on machine to be in their store. Want to see positive customer reaction and feedback and positive repercussions for store business.
  • Actual donators - Are the stakeholders physically using the product. Want simple and efficient product to make their day smoother and feel more secure about their donation process.
  • Charities to be benefitted - The organizations truly benefitting from this non-profit work. They want to see a higher rate of donation.
stakeholder analysis
Stakeholder analysis

High

Power

Low

Low

High

Interest

research and decision making
Research and Decision Making
  • Research
  • Job Delegation
  • JAD Meeting
  • Communication
function point analysis
Function Point Analysis

What is Function Point?

Function Point Analysis is designed to estimate and measure the time, and thereby the cost, of developing new software applications and maintaining existing software applications.

Why Useful?

Function Point Analysis is useful for several reasons, such as, in comparing and highlighting opportunities for productivity improvements in software development. Since it is independent of language used, it can be used to identify the productivity benefits of:

    • one programming language over another
    • One development platform over another
    • Before and after gains in investing in a programmer department

Objectives:

  • Measure functionality that the user requests and receives
  • Measure software development and maintenance independently of technology used for implementation
  • Simple enough to minimize the overhead of the measurement process
  • A consistent measure among various projects and organizations

Function Point Flow Chart (Visio)

Function Point Calculations (One Note)

function point calculations
Function Point Calculations
  • Unadjusted Factors:
    • Inputs:
      • Simple: 6 X 2 = 12
      • Average: 4 X 4 = 16
      • Complex: 5 X 6 = 30
    • Outputs:
      • Average: 8 X 5 = 40
      • Complex: 6 X 7 = 42
    • Interfaces:
      • Average: 4 X 7 = 28
      • Complex: 5 X 10 = 50
    • Inquires:
      • Complex: 1 X 6 = 6
        • Unadjusted Calculation Total: 224
  • Adjusted Factors:
    • Project adjustment factor= 18
physical hardware
Physical Hardware

Bill Acceptor/Selector

NetSecure Smart Swipe Card Reader

10” Touch Screen Monitor

business sector analysis
Business Sector Analysis
  • Software Programming - $52,000
  • Hardware per/unit - $500
  • Test Market: March of Dimes 100 units for 1 month
  • Successful: Sell additional 100/month after
  • Sell PDS for $600/unit
  • Return on Investment: 4.3 years
  • Old System 30 Day Expected Donation: $50/unit
  • New System 30 Day Expected Donation: $150/unit
  • Cost of Technical Support: 2% of donations/month
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Personal Donation System(P.D.S.)

Team King of the Woods

Project Manager: Robert Williams

Systems Analyst: Kayla English

Change Manager: Andrea Hutchinson

Hardware Specialists: Daniel Armah and Tyler Phillips

Business Analyst: Lisa Coppersmith