College for Professional Studies
MS Software Engineering and Database Technologies
School of Computer & Information Science
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
First Stop Sports (http://www.firststopsports.com) is a small sports collectibles and memorabilia eCommerce company, specializing in NFL and NCAA collectible football helmets and other sports memorabilia. First Stop Sports current web site has shown some inadequacies and limited capabilities with historical customer ordering information capture. "They are struggling to advance business development and increase revenue.? It is the scope of this project to investigate, design, and develop a prototype data acquisition system for First Stop Sports. This prototype would only focus on one specific product line, but it would need to have the same look, feel and functionality as the existing eCommerce website, http://www.firststopsports.com. Changes would have to inevitably integrate seamlessly into the existing website to minimize impact on business. All customers ordering information, past and present would have to be captured in a relational database. That captured data can then produce intelligent reports and potentially increase revenue and profitability. Additionally, marketing campaigns with focused e-newsletters can be sent to customers. With captured customer information, profiling and advanced advertising features can be attained.
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Hughes, Paul, "Development of a Data Acquisition System for an Ecommerce Website" (2009). Regis University Student Publications (comprehensive collection). 32.