Spring 2018


Final Project Deliverables:

ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS due Sunday, April 29, 2018 at 11:59 PM via OWLbox folder (Team Name_MIS3506_Final Project Deliverables – make both professors collaborators to the folder:  Lavin – tud06882@temple.edu and Sclarow – tue28808@temple.edu

  1.  Your scope document
  2. The working JIM prototype (VP file)
  3. The scenarios that your prototype represents (in VP file)
  4. Data masters or variables for all data fields on the prototype (in VP file)
  5. Business rules documented in a separate Word document
  6. Use cases that your prototype represents in a separate Word document
  7. JIM report as a Word document
  8. Powerpoint presentation

HARDCOPY SUBMISSIONS delivered to Lavin and Sclarow’s mailbox in Speakman 209 – Monday, April 30, 2018 no later than 10 AM.  Lavin’s section may bring their submission to class on Monday, April 30, 2018.

  1. Your scope document
  2. JIM report on your prototype with all options turned on
  3. Your PowerPoint presentation


Final Presentation – Team Order:

  1. Ellen Ochoa
  2. Thomas Edison
  3. Steve Jobs
  4. Golda Meir
  5. Benjamin Franklin
  6. Ayn Rand
  7. Indira Gandhi
  8. Hedy Lamarr
  9. Bill Gates
  10. Nikola Tesla
  11. Leonardo Da Vinci
  12. Marie Curie

Client Feedback – Q & A from TAPP:

Questions and Answers from Tapp – April 4, 2018

Interview Schedule:

Kyle Barkins – Co-Founder and Lead Technology
1/31, 10 – 11:20 AM, Alter 603

Interview Recording Link

Joe DiGiovanni – Co-Founder
2/13,  2 – 3:20 PM, Walk Auditorium in Ritter Hall

Interview #02 Recording Link

Steve Williamson – Lead Technologist
2/27, 2 – 3:20 PM, Walk Auditorium in Ritter Hall

Interview #03 Recording Link

Final Presentation: Monday, April 23rd, 5-8 PM.

Location: Alter Hall 702 – MBA Commons

Semester Project Overview: Tapp Network www.tappnetwork.com

Formed in 2011, Tapp Network is a mission-driven inbound technology and marketing agency located locally in Wilmington, DE.  Tapp was created to leverage technology and content to educate audiences, foster healthy brand engagement, and promote positive behavior change, while generating measurable results.  Their clients span national technology organizations (i.e. TechSoup) as well as Girls and Boys Clubs, Leadership alliances, and health coalitions throughout the Delaware Valley.  Comprised of a team that specializes in technology, strategy, marketing and social media, Tapp has many clients that leverage 3rd party post offices, virtual offices, or co-op workplaces to receive their physical mail while they are working remotely.

This semester we will work with Tapp Network to create the digital tools needed to serve their prospective and current clients with access to mail and documentation in remote locations.

Each team will explore and focus on 1 of the below areas, although overlaps are possible.

1. Client Interface:

Developing technology enabled tools that will manage physical client/customer mail and documents, including the sharing of virtual copies of the mail, documentation of what the mail represents and where it is from and any other pertinent information about the physical mail.

2. System Administrator Interface:

Developing technology enabled tools that will manage the user accounts including, but not limited to account creation, dissemination of physical mail, system administrator access that would enable internal account creation and monitoring and policy enactment for individual and global mail.  Should also provide an overview of the client’s entire mail received.

3. Tapp Network Interface:

Developing technology enabled tools that will allow Tapp Network to disseminate, facilitate and monitor the physical mail.  This should include a system administrator dashboard that will enable Tapp System Admins the ability to quickly view analytics and reports on the database that include key metrics such as: Mail by Client, Mail by Sender, Client Capacity