Analysis and Design of Frozen Food Production and Sales Information Systems Using the ICONIX Process
Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) encourage the country’s economy to develop rapidly. Pempek Kabeja MSMEs is one of the Frozen food businesses located in Cirebon, which is growing and has many enthusiasts because of its instant, easy, and practical nature. However, some problems exist in Kabeja MSMEs, namely the process of recording and bookkeeping in the sales and production process, which is still manual, where the recording still uses paper. This research requires business owners to improve services for the convenience of consumers and to increase competitiveness between competitors. Improvements include implementing an information system for Pempek Kabeja MSMEs, which can simplify the process of recording and accounting for production and sales because, with an information system, the process will be better. The development of this MSME information system uses the System Development Life Cycle method. SDLC has a framework, one of which is Use Case Driven Object Modelling with UML, commonly called the ICONIX process. The ICONIX Process is a lean, efficient method for using case-driven UML modeling that fully covers object-oriented analysis and design using a core set of UML diagrams and methodologies. Robustness analysis, a technique for bridging the gap between analysis and design, is its major activity. The ICONIX process has six stages: requirements, analysis / preliminary design, preliminary design review, detail design, critical design review, and implementation. However, this study did not conduct the critical design review stage. The result of this research has integrated information systems so that it can help the production and sales process of Pempek Kabeja MSMEs more effectively and efficiently.
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