PEMANFAATAN METODE WATERFALL UNTUK PEMBUATAN SISTEM INFORMASI JADWAL KUNJUNGAN PEGAWAI KECAMATAN BUKIT KEMUNING KABUPATEN LAMPUNG UTARA
Bukit Kemuning Village, Bukit Kemuning Subdistrict, North Lampung Regency, which has not utilized information technology, so far, processing visit schedule data, especially employees in Bukit Kemuning Subdistrict, is still mostly done by writing in a ledger when guests visit, in addition to general problems in service schedule visits. What is done in the ledger is the management of quite a lot of employee visit data where per day they get 10 employee visits consisting of visits to the Village, Village Hall, Health Center and Islamic Boarding School both visit data and administrative data owned by Bukit Kemuning District, resulting in data redundancy, data integration, human error, and late information.
In its development, the waterfall method has several sequential stages, namely: requirements (needs analysis), system design (system design), Coding (coding) & Testing (testing), Verification (Implementation), Maintenance (maintenance).
System analysis is the elaboration of a complete system application into various component parts with the intention of being able to identify or evaluate various kinds of problems and obstacles that will arise in the system so that later improvements or development can be made.
It is hoped that further researchers will add accuracy in making a visit schedule so that they can make decisions. Users of this application are expected to pay attention to its development and maintenance for the sake of carrying out a good job.