This followed by an analysis and interpretation. Figure

 

 

This chapter presents the interpretation
and the analysis of the gathered data in the survey for the GESEM: Gate Entry
System of Employees in Southern Luzon State University. The data have been
gathered due to the process of acceptability and computation of the results of
the conducted survey. The generated data are presented in the following tables
for easy understanding where each table is followed by an analysis and
interpretation.

 

 

Figure 4: Design of the Gate Entry
System of Employees in Southern Luzon State University

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            Figure
4 shows the researcher’s design what the users will see at the monitor whenever
they will enter the university. In the design of the background image, colors,
researchers considered the simplicity and brightness of the selected colors and
font for the user’s convenience.

 

 

Figure 5: Design
of the Admin Dashboard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

Figure 5 shows the researcher’s design
that the HRIS will handle and monitor. The fonts, background colors are
considered simple and easy to read.

 

 

 

 

Figure 6: Design
of the Registration 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 6 shows that this dialog box will
pop up whenever the RFID card is not yet registered. The dialog box has a good
font that the user will read it with ease.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 2

Software
Development Tools of the Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon State
University

Hardware

Software

·         
Laptop or
Desktop Computer
·         
RFID reader

·          
Cascading
Style Sheet (CSS)
·          
HyperText Markup
Language (HTML)
·          
JAVA
·          
Javascript
with Ajax
·          
MySQL
·          
phpMyAdmin

 

            Table
2 shows the tools that were needed to construct the Gate Entry System of
Employees in Southern Luzon State University. In terms of hardware requirement,
the desktop or laptop needs to have a 32-bit Dual Core 2.0 GHz or higher
processor. In software requirement, the researchers chose that software because
the researchers think that it is the most convenient way to make the system.
They use CSS, HTML, JAVA, Javascript wih Ajax for developing the layout,
functions, and features of the webpage. MySQL and phpMyAdmin is used for the
database of the system.

 

 

 

Table 3

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the Employees Perception in terms of Graphical User
Interface (GUI)

Statement

WM

QD

The interface of the
system is simple and informative.

3.82

HA

System font is readable.

3.87

HA

The background color and
design is convenient.

3.72

HA

Menus are organized.

3.75

HA

The features of the
system can be easily identified.

3.77

HA

AVERAGE WEIGhTED MEAN

3.78

HA

 

            Table
3 shows the level of acceptability in terms of the Graphical User Interface
(GUI). The interface shows that its weighted mean is 3.82. The system’s font
has WM=3.87. The background color and the design has WM=3.72. Menus being
organized has WM=3.75. Identification of the features has WM=3.77.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.78 which means that the
Graphical User Interface (GUI) of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            Thomas Abrahamsson (2003)
stated that a graphical user interface was for
navigating among selectable options presented on a display screen. A scrollable
menu including a series of panels.

Table 4

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the Employees Perception in terms of Functionality

Statement

WM

QD

The system can register,
identify and record data of the employees.

3.9

HA

The system can provide a
PDF file of summary of the hours work.

3.82

HA

The system provides
reminders of the users and birthdays greetings for employees.

3.92

HA

The system can register
and identify students.

3.82

HA

The system can show
filter data through table.

3.77

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.84

HA

 

Table 4 shows the level of acceptability
in terms of the Functionality. The registration, identification, and recording
of data has WM=3.9. Having a PDF file has WM=3.82. Having reminders and
birthday greetings for the employees has WM=3.92. Registration and identification
of students has WM=3.82. Filtering the data through table has WM=3.77.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.84 which means that the Functionality
of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

Francisca
Losavio and Ledis Chirinos (2003) stated that functionality is the ability of
the software to provide functions which meet stated and indicated needs when
the software is used under specified conditions, it’s what the software does to
fulfil needs.

 

 

Table 5

Level of Acceptability
of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon State University
Based on the Employees Perception in terms of Reliability

 

Statement

WM

QD

The system has a good
quality in performing its actions.

3.77

HA

It provides valid information
to user.

3.87

HA

The system is operational
and accessible for the users.

3.87

HA

It is free of failure and
interruptions.

3.77

HA

The system can recover
easily and instantly on user mistakes.

3.8

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.81

HA

 

Table 5 shows the level of acceptability
in terms of the Reliability. Having a good quality in performing its action has
WM=3.77. Providing valid information to user has WM=3.87. Being operational and
accessible for the users has WM=3.87. Free of failure and interruptions has WM=3.77.
Can recover easily and instantly on users mistakes has WM=3.8.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.81 which means that the
Reliability of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            Joppe
(2000) defines reliability as the extent to which results are consistent over
time and an accurate representation of the total population under study is
referred to as reliability and if the results of a study can be reproduced
under a similar methodology, then the research instrument is considered to be
reliable as cited by Nahid Golafshani in his Understanding Reliability and
Validity in Qualitative Research 2003.

 

 

Table 6

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the Employees Perception in terms of Usability

Statement

WM

QD

The system is manageable.

3.77

HA

The system can be used
even the user doesn’t have technical expertise.

3.77

HA

The system is user
friendly and can be learned easily.

3.72

HA

Function of the system
can be easily determined by the user.

3.72

HA

The system can be clicked
and navigated with ease by the user.

3.77

HA

AVERAGE WIEGHTED MEAN

3.75

HA

 

Table 6 shows the level of acceptability
in terms of the Usability. The system being manageable has WM=3.77. Technical
expertise is not a requirement has WM=3.77. User friendly has WM=3.72. The
system can easily determine has WM=3.72. It can be clicked and navigated with
ease has WM=3.77.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.75 which means that the
Usability of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            Jakob
Nielsen (2012) said that usability defined as a quality attribute that assesses
how easy user interfaces are to use and determine by five components, learnability,
efficiency, memorability, errors and satisfaction.

 

Table 7

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the Employees Perception in terms of Efficiency

Statement

WM

QD

The system responds to
the user commands instantly.

3.82

HA

The system is time and
cost saving in completing task than traditional process.

3.87

HA

The system can show
desired results quickly.

3.85

HA

The system is simple and
easy to use.

3.85

HA

The system is efficiently
capable of performing many functions in a minute.

3.82

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.84

HA

 

Table 7 shows the level of acceptability
in terms of the Efficiency. It responds to the users has WM=3.82. It is time
and cost saving in completing task has WM=3.87. Show desired results has
WM=3.85. It is simple and easy to use has WM=3.85. Has the capability to
perform many functions in a minute has WM=3.82.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.84 which means that the Efficiency
of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            Francisca
Losavio and Ledis Chirinos (2003) said that efficiency is
the ability of the software product to provide appropriate performance,
relative to the amount of resources used, under stated conditions.

 

 

Table 8

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the Employees Perception

Parameters

WM

QD

Graphical User Interface
(GUI)

3.78

HA

Functionality

3.84

HA

Reliability

3.81

HA

Usability

3.75

HA

Efficiency

3.84

HA

 

Table 8 shows that the system is
manageable of the user’s standard in terms of the GUI, Functionality,
Reliability, Usability, and Efficiency.

 

 

Table 9

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the IT Experts and Professors Perception in terms of
Functional Suitability

Statement

WM

QD

The system can perform
certain task: register and identify users.

3.9

HA

The system can show
filters and data for users.

3.6

HA

The system can perform
certain features: post announcements and birthday greetings.

3.8

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.76

HA

 

Table 9 shows the level of acceptability
in terms of the Functional Suitability. It performs certain task has WM=3.9. It
can filter and show data for user has WM=3.6. It can perform certain feature
has WM=3.8.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.76 which means that the Functional
Suitability of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            According
to Rodriquez, M. et al. (2016), functional suitability is the degree which measure
if the system provides functions that meet all the stated or implicit needs
when used under specific conditions.

 

 

 

Table 10

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the IT Experts and Professors Perception in terms of
Performance Efficiency

Statement

WM

QD

The system responds
quickly to every command of the user.

3.6

HA

The data of the system
loads quickly.

3.7

HA

The system can perform a
lot of functions without consuming too much time.

3.8

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.7

HA

 

Table 10 shows the level of
acceptability in terms of the Performance Efficiency. It responds quickly has
WM=3.6. It can load the data quickly has WM=3.7. It can perform many functions
without consuming too much time has WM=3.7.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.7 which means that the
Performance Efficiency of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            According
to Losavio, F. et al. (2003), performance efficiency is the capability of the
software product to provide appropriate performance, relative to the amount of
resources used, under stated conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 11

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the IT Experts and Professors Perception in terms of
Compatibility

Statement

WM

QD

The system can be used on
desktop or laptop, 32 bit Dual Core 2.0 GHz or higher processor

3.8

HA

The system runs on
different types of web browsers such as Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome,
Mozilla Firefox, and Opera.

3.8

HA

The system can be used
simultaneously in different desktops.

3.7

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.8

HA

 

Table 11 shows the level of
acceptability in terms of the Compatibility. It can be use either laptop or
desktop has WM=3.8. It runs on different types of browsers has WM=3.8. It can
be used simultaneously in different desktops has WM=3.7.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.8 which means that the
Compatibility of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            As Dorneo, D. et
al (2016) cited, compatibility is the power of two or more software components
to exchange information or to perform their required functions while sharing
the same hardware or software.

 

 

 

Table 12

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the IT Experts and Professors Perception in terms of
Usability

Statement

WM

       QD

The system is easy to
navigate and operate.

3.8

HA

The system outputs can be
analysed and learned easily.

3.9

HA

The system features and
its uses can easily identified.

3.8

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.8

HA

 

Table 12 shows the level of
acceptability in terms of the Usability. It can navigate and operate with ease
has WM=3.8. The outputs can be analysed and learned easily has WM=3.9. The
features and the uses can be identified easily has WM=3.8.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.8 which means that the Usability
of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            Maximilian
Speicher (2015) said that this characteristic is the extent to which a product
can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness,
efficiency and satisfaction in a specified context of use.

 

 

 

Table 13

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the IT Experts and Professors Perception in terms of
Reliability

Statement

WM

QD

The system is operational
and available when require for use.

3.9

HA

The system provides
liable information.

3.9

HA

The system is free from
bugs and interruption.

3.8

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.8

HA

 

Table 13 shows the level of
acceptability in terms of the Reliability. It is operational and available has
WM=3.9. It provides liable information has WM=3.9. It is free from bugs and
interruptions has WM=3.8.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.8 which means that the
Reliability of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            According to
Losavio F. et al. (2003), the capability of the software product to maintain
its level of performance under stated conditions for a stated period of time.

 

 

 

 

Table 14

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the IT Experts and Professors Perception in terms of
Security

Statement

WM

QD

The data of the system is not editable by users.

3.9

HA

Only the admin can delete, edit and register data
in the system.

3.9

HA

The system prevents persons without an ID in
entering the university.

3.6

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.8

HA

 

Table 14 shows the level of
acceptability in terms of the Security. The data is not editable has WM=3.9.
Only the admin has the authority to edit, delete, and register data has WM=3.9.
It prevent persons entering the school without and ID has WM=3.6.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.8 which means that the Security
of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            The degree to
which a product or system protects information and data so that persons or
other products or systems have the degree of data access appropriate to their
types and levels of authorization according to Van der Veer, R. (2015).

 

 

Table 15

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the IT Experts and Professors Perception in terms of
Maintainability

Statement

WM

QD

The system can be easily
diagnosed for deficiencies and failures.

3.5

HA

The system enables
specified modification to be implemented.

3.8

HA

The system can avoid
unexpected effect from modifications.

3.7

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.6

HA

               

Table 15 shows the level of
acceptability in terms of the Maintainability. It can diagnose for deficiencies
and failures with ease has WM=3.5. It enables specified modification easily has
WM=3.8. It can avoid unexpected effect from modifications has WM=3.8.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.6 which means that the
Maintainability of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

            Miguel,
J. et al (2014) refers to the level to which the software product can be
modified. Modifications may include corrections, improvements or adaptation of
the software to changes in environment, and in requirements and functional
specifications.

 

 

Table 16

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the IT Experts and Professors Perception in terms of
Portability

Statement

WM

QD

Admin can add and update
data to other computer by signing in the account in the system.

3.8

HA

Data of the system can
easily provide hard copy.

3.9

HA

The system can be access
with ease.

3.8

HA

AVERAGE WEIGHTED MEAN

3.8

HA

 

Table 16 shows the level of
acceptability in terms of the Portability. Only admin can sign in the account
has WM=3.8. It provides hard copy of the data has WM=3.9. It can be access
easily has WM=3.8.

            Overall,
the total computed Average Weighted Mean (AWM) = 3.8 which means that the Portability
of the system is HIGHLY ACCEPTABLE.

According
to Groven, A. et al (2005), the ability to transfer the software from one
environment to another. Miguel, J. et al (2014) refers to the ease with which a
system or component can be transferred from one environment to another.

 

 

 

 

Table 17

Level of
Acceptability of the GESEM: Gate Entry System of Employees in Southern Luzon
State University Based on the IT Experts and Professors Perception

Parameter

WM

QD

Functional Suitability

3.76

HA

Performance Efficiency

3.7

HA

Compatibility

3.8

HA

Usability

3.8

HA

Reliability

3.8

HA

Security

3.8

HA

Maintainability

3.6

HA

Portability

3.8

HA

 

Table 17 shows that the system is
manageable of the expert’s standard in terms of the Functional Suitability,
Performance Efficiency. Compatibility, Usability, Reliability, Security,
Maintainability, Portability.