Analyzing the Information from the 55 Respondents

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BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEM1
Table of contentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................5Data analysis and findings:..............................................................................................................5Conclusion and recommendations.................................................................................................212
List of figuresFigure 1: Courses Offered by TAPIS..............................................................................................6Figure 2: Courses mostly booked....................................................................................................8Figure 3: Courses booked less.........................................................................................................9Figure 4: Requirement of professional trainers.............................................................................11Figure 5: Courses having sufficient trainers..................................................................................12Figure 6: Successful trainers..........................................................................................................13Figure 7: Capability of trainers to guide the students....................................................................15Figure 8: Categories of courses best for the company...................................................................16Figure 9: Effect of less trainer on company business....................................................................18Figure 10: Need of more trainers...................................................................................................19Figure 11: Recommendations for better future performance by TAPIS.......................................203
List of tablesTable 1: Courses Offered by TAPIS................................................................................................6Table 2: Courses mostly booked......................................................................................................9Table 3: Courses booked less........................................................................................................10Table 4: Requirement of professional trainers...............................................................................12Table 5: Courses having sufficient trainers...................................................................................13Table 6: Successful trainers...........................................................................................................14Table 7: Capability of trainers to guide the students.....................................................................16Table 8: Categories of courses best for the company....................................................................17Table 9: Effect of less trainer on company business.....................................................................18Table 10: Need of more trainers....................................................................................................20Table 11: Recommendations for better future performance by TAPIS.........................................21Table 12: Table for Recommendation 1........................................................................................23Table 13: Action plan for Recommendation 1..............................................................................23Table 14: Table for Recommendation 2........................................................................................24Table 15: Action plan for Recommendation 3..............................................................................24Table 16: Table for Recommendation 3........................................................................................25Table 17: Action plan for Recommendation 3..............................................................................254
Introduction In this chapter the researcher has analyzed the data and the findings of the company Tapis. Tapisis a professional training company that offers different courses to the company. Though Tapishas generated considerable profits over the years, some courses are preferable to the studentsthan others. Therefore these courses are more successful than the other courses of the institute. Inother words some courses generate profits while others incur losses. This assignment will help inevaluating the courses that are popular among the students and those which are not popular. Theassignment will help in assessment of the data by analyzing the information from the 55respondents who are assessing the courses. This will help in analyzing the courses which areprofitable for the company and providing recommendations to improve some courses that areincurring losses. Data analysis and findings:Q1. What are the courses that are offered by TAPIS?OptionsTotal RespondentsResponses receivedPercentage(%)Accountancy (ACC)5559.09%Computer/IT (CIT)5559.09%Procurement (PRO)5559.09%Human Resources (HRM)551018.18%Management (MAN)551018.18%Health and Safety (HAS)5559.09%Personal Skills (PER)5559.09%Engineering (ENG)5559.09%Sales and Marketing (SAM)5559.09%Table 1: Courses Offered by TAPIS5
Figure 1: Courses Offered by TAPISFindings of question 1:The data shows that 9 courses are offered by Tapis. These courses are popular among thestudents but the data on the table 1 shows that the management and the human resourcesmanagement are the most preferred courses to the 55 respondents. Out of the 55 respondents theresponses received are from 10 respondents in both the courses respectively. The percentage ofthe responses for HRM and MAN is 18.18% which shows that these are the popular coursesoffered by the institute. The percentage of the responses for other courses is 9.09% which showsthat the institute needs to develop these courses better in order to incur the profits. In theaccountancy, computer, procurement, healthy and safety, personal skills, engineering, sales andmarketing the percentage of the responses received are less as compared to HRM andmanagement. Therefore the courses of human resource and management are popular among thestudents thereby generating profits for the students.6

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