Meeting Engagement and Tracking System.

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MEETING ENGAGEMENTAND TRACKING SYSTEMSRS DOCUMENT AND USECASESTUDENT
Contents1. INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................21.1PURPOSE............................................................................................................................21.2SCOPE.................................................................................................................................21.3BENEFITS............................................................................................................................31.4ABBREVIATIONS...............................................................................................................31.5REFERENCES....................................................................................................................31.6OVERVIEW..........................................................................................................................32.OVERALL DESCRIPTION.........................................................................................................32.1PRODUCT PERSPECTIVE...............................................................................................42.1.1User interfaces.............................................................................................................42.1.2Hardware interfaces....................................................................................................42.1.3Software interfaces.....................................................................................................42.1.4Communications interfaces........................................................................................52.1.5Memory Constraints....................................................................................................52.2PRODUCT FUNCTIONS...................................................................................................52.3USER CHARACTERISTICS..............................................................................................52.4CONSTRAINTS...................................................................................................................62.5ASSUMPTIONS..................................................................................................................63.REQUIREMENTS.......................................................................................................................63.1EXTERNAL INTERFACE REQUIREMENTS..................................................................63.1.1User Interfaces............................................................................................................63.1.2Hardware interfaces....................................................................................................73.1.3Software interfaces.....................................................................................................83.1.4Communications interfaces........................................................................................83.2FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS.....................................................................................83.3PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS................................................................................83.4DESIGN CONSTRAINTS..................................................................................................93.5OTHER REQUIREMENTS................................................................................................93.5.1Security.........................................................................................................................93.5.2Maintainability..............................................................................................................93.5.3Portability......................................................................................................................9USECASE DIAGRAM......................................................................................................................10USECASE DESCRIPTION..............................................................................................................111|Page
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1. INTRODUCTIONThe SRS is about anonline meeting management system. The application will track andengage employees as well as manage other schedules of the meetings and will be called‘MEAT’ app. It will an online portal where employees can book rooms for meetings, searchrooms for meetings, send emails to associated employees about meetings and much more.In thefollowing sub-sections of the SRS document there will be an overview about therequirements provided by the user for the development of the system before we create ahard coded design and implement it on user machines. This document will act as anoverview for the developers to provide insights about what to build.1.1PURPOSEThe purpose of the project is to provide an online facility to the employees to manage andtrack the meetings. The system will avoid last minute changes or miscommunications.Everybody can be alerted about the schedules, pre-plans can be made and there will be noclashes. Empty meeting rooms can be booked and reminders can be sent before themeeting starts.1.2SCOPESince the organization is large enough so at times there can be clashes related to rooms ortiming of work. Thus this meeting manager will handle everything, providing convenience inreturn. The web application that will be used to process meeting requests online is “MEAT”.The app will reduce the overall scheduling time as well as make it an easier task foremployees to handle. The employees can login and look for calendars and schedules. Theycan even edit info add members or remove them from the meeting schedule. There will beuniversal calendars to manage everything and process every request.3|Page
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