The system would take care of all those and keep the latest details about performance and other measures such as future interests.
They form a major part of the system and handle a lot of tasks relating to the members activities and alignment to several other programs and future interests. They interface with the management giving valuable information regarding members and their interests which needs to be taken care from time to time. The new methodologies and equipments need to be identified for the growth of their customer base so that they stay competitive in the business.
The management of The Fitness Center needs to analyze at every moment what is to be done for furthering the interests of the members and to identify the upcoming requirements and the feedback from the members about the center and the environment. The fitness consultants also interact with the management to identify collectively the innovations which will keep the company competitive over others.
The above information can be collected from the company members and the consultants in the form of interviews and questionnaires designed to fetch the required information so as to get the overall view of the system and the interaction of the various parts.
It outlines the various models which need to be developed to get an inner depth of the system and the interaction of its various processes.
Process Modeling: Process modeling involves graphically representing the processes which capture, manipulate, store and distribute data between a system and its environment and between components within a system (Hoffer, 2002).
The following is the Data flow diagram of the entire system and its relationships with other entities:
Figure 1: Data flow Diagram of the entire system.
The following are the information about the various symbols used in the above diagram:
Oval - It is used to depict the Information system to be interfaced.
Rectangle - It is used to denote the various entities involved in the entire system.
Rectangles with one open side - It is used to show the place to store the information derived from the various entities and the Information system itself.
Arrows - It shows the direction of the information flow.
Labels - It gives a brief about the nature of the information or message passing.
Conceptual data modeling :
A detailed model that captures the overall structure of organizational data while being independent of any database management system or other implementation considerations (Hoffer and Navathe, 2002).
Figure 2: Entity Relationship Diagram (Clearly showing communication between them)
The following are