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|E-Commerce & Studio Management System for Studio Silka
|Studio Silka is an organization located in Passara, Badulla, Sri Lanka. This is a place where its customers are offered two main services. Namely any Photography related services and sales of photography related equipment especially for photographers. They provide almost all the services of typical photographic studio such as wedding coverage, photography, photo printing, graphics and album designs. They are in a need for a way to improve their business using an E-Commerce system to expand their business functions to a worldwide level. Their idea is to implement an E-Commerce system for Photography equipment sales and photography services for online customers to maximize their revenues. This software development project focuses on improving the organizational processes using a modern E-Commerce system with internal business management functions. The system provides functions for extending their business model of the organization while adding new business functions that helps increasing their business revenues while growing as a modern business. The system was developed as a web application using Microsoft ASP.NET MVC 4 platform to be deployed on IIS Web server. Architecture was modeled with MVC Pattern and the overall application s structure and coding conventions are based on standard ASP.NET and MVC practices. Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 was used as the IDE and SQL Server 2012 was used as the database platform of the application. A set of already built libraries was used for solving some problems of the development. The system was developed to provide for photographic equipment sales, online store for photo printing services, online photo album storage services, functions for administering the online systems and standard organizational information management functions for employees of the business. This could help the organization to increase their revenue while gaining competitive advantage in the modern technology driven world.
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|2013/2014 BIT Undergraduate thesis
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