THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONNEL WORKING RECORD FORM: A CASE STUDY AT THE OFFICE OF ARTS AND CULTURE, SUAN SUNANDHA RAJABHAT UNIVERSITY
Presently, Business Intelligence (BI) systems are data-driven Decision Support Systems (DSS). Business Intelligence is sometimes used interchangeably with briefing books, report and query tools and executive information systems. The study on the Development of Personnel Working Record Form: A Case Study at the Office of Arts and Culture (OAC), Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University is a part of applying BI for efficiency development, aiming to improve the working record system of the personnel section, including daily working record sick leave, business leave, vacation leave, maternal leave, religion leave, assignment / on duty trip and absence. Previously, the number of record items were very few; however, more items were added due to the evaluation regulations. As a result, the efficient system is consequently required in data-based form since those data is used as a part of promotion, the salary increase, bonus, as well as other incentives. In addition, accuracy, recentness and flawless are also vitally concerned. This new record system is developed via studying, reviewing and analyzing the weakness from the OAC system. After that, the tool and manual were designed and trialed during October 2018 through June 2019. Finally, the evaluation and experiment report were done. The result was that the transformation of working record system from file-based to data-based, as well as web application could help reduce the redundancy, increase the convenience and speed in retrieving data, better monitoring and tracking data, systemize all data with less errors. These advantages, in consequences, created satisfaction among staff and helped administrators for making decisions on matters concerned.