College for Professional Studies
MS Computer and Information Technology
School of Computer & Information Science
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
This project created an online extension of a bath and body products business. Currently, the author's son owns a business that provides soap and lip balm to brick-andmortar businesses. The products have been well accepted in the marketplace and an online venture was the next logical step to increase market share. For this project, a website was created that serves as an online storefront and product catalog. A traditional phased project management approach was used to complete the project. The analysis phase consisted of research into competitive companies as well as how to successfully design and implement an interactive website. After the analysis phase, the project requirements were developed. Design, construction and testing of a website that met the requirements were completed. The final implementation was a fully functional website including online ordering and acceptance of credit cards. A fully functional website was deployed in January 2007 and the project was considered a complete success.
Date of Award
© Norma Prince
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Prince, Norma, "Design and Implementation of an Online Bath and Body Products Business" (2007). All Regis University Theses. 307.