This study on the “TIP-QC Athletes Management Information System ” aimed to come up with a system that would computerized all transaction on the Sports Center to effectively manage all athletes records, organize and centralize the freshman’s students profile in meeting the needs of the institution in the field of sports. The development strategies used in the project analysis, design and development include a thorough analysis of both the existing and the first prototype of the proposed system. System Development Life Cycle (SAD), as a method for compressing the analysis, design, build, implementation phases into a series of short, iterative development cycles was used in the development of the system. The iteration of the said stages in the development allows for effectiveness and self-correction. This procedure helped in the analysis, design and development, coding and testing, evaluation, and implementation of the software.
The proponent used the ISO 9126 in the evaluation of the software and designed another set of questionnaire for the management representatives in evaluating the relevance of the software output in decision-making. The respondents were composed of freshman CITE students, ITE faculties and the Sports Director from the management. Comprehensive analysis of the results of evaluation was applied as bases for conclusions.
The evaluation showed that majority of the respondents found the software to be excellent in terms of functionality, reliability, usability, efficiency, maintainability and portability.
The developed system was able to recommend decisions for the management on the following area: failure analysis, profiling and scheduling management.