THE PROBLEMS AND ITS BAKGROUND
The rapid growth of computers in field of technology is truly remarkable. Computerized software is considered as assets in any working environment. Now we can see computers everywhere, in school, different establishment and also is a field of business. Even doctors, engineers and accountant use computers in their daily routine. It is because computes made the work a lot easier and faster. These are noted for its capacity to store large amount of information. Computerization is also simplifying the task of the user for the proposed system. One of the advancement that has been effectively improved with the use of computers is database handling on which the proponents will mostly deal with in building the computerized Information Recording and billing System.
The existing manual system of Bureau of Animals industry is time consuming. The emphasis of the study is to make job easier and accessible for users of the proposed system, with he increasing number of client. The Laboratory Services Division recognized the upgrade its service through computerization as part of their mission.
However, with the volume of sales and transaction everyday, processing and managing the customer needs. This is the reason why we conduct a research for a computerized system that will process their business transaction in fast and accurate way minimizing the process of preparing documents, “Information Recording and Billing System for Bureau of Animal Industry”, will focus on providing the company a tool that will help them a lot in addressing the need of customers and in securing their recording information of customers. The system will be designed to provide an efficient means of processing and dealing transaction with the customers.
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
The Bureau of Animal Industry had its beginning in Pandacan Manila, where Malacanang Park is currently situated. The Bureau of Animal Industry in Pandacan, Manila is a big compound and it is where their had it all happened. Then it was transferred to DRB building, Sta. Mesa Manila. Finally, BAI was transferred and is currently located at Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, BAI may have transferred from one location to another but it has never failed to fulfill its role in the Animal Industry. Everywhere BAI went; it has brought success and great pride to Philippine Society. And so BAI was created by virtue of R.A. 3639 of the Philippines Legislature on January 1, 1930. In accordance to section 5 of the said act, the original Bureau of Animal Industry is composed of four Divisions. Animal Disease Control Division Animal, Husbandry Division, Veterinary Research Division and Administrative Division. Bureau of Animal Industry was handled and governed by Dr. Stanton Youngberg. As the first Director of BAI and was assisted by Dr. Victor Buencamino. As the whole Department of Agriculture went through a series of structural and organizational changes, Several Organizational changes were also achieved by BAI. In 1932, by virtue of another Reorganization Act in 1932 Act no. 4007, the Bureau was reorganized into five entities: Office of the Director including the General Services and Record Section, Animal Husbandry Division, Animal Disease Control Division, Veterinary Research Division, and Animal Products Division.
Through the years the Bureau underwent several more changes. Today, the Bureau has expanded to seven technical divisions, namely: the Animal Health Division (formerly the Regulation and Control Division), the Animal Feeds Standard Division (formerly the Animal Feed Control Division), the Dairy Development Division, the Livestock Division (formerly the Livestock and Poultry Propagation Division), the Laboratory Division, the Market Development Division, and the Research Division. In addition, the office of the Director has widened its scope of responsibilities to now include the Special Projects Services and Foreign Assisted...
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