DESIGN OF AN INVENTORY INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR LABORATORY SUPPLIES
Data is inaccurate because it does not have a relevant data repository, data can be lost or damaged, inefficient data search and technicians cannot know for sure the amount of stock available. Based on some of the research above, the inventory information system for Laboratory goods in the Information Technology Study Program will be designed and built based on a website using the Laravel framework. The system development method used is the Incremental model. Incremental models are the result of a combination of elements from the waterfall model that are applied repeatedly, or it can be called a combination of the waterfall model and the Prototype Model. During testing, many errors were found in the system. Testing was carried out 4 times with a total of 164 test cases. In the first test, 98 bugs were found which were then reported to the programmer to be fixed. In the second test, 40 errors were found, in the third test, 19 errors were found, and in the last test conducted by the examiner, 0 bugs were found. The design of the Laboratory Goods Inventory Information System (SIMBA) begins with analyzing the weaknesses of the old system using the PIECES method. Then proceed with conducting a system requirements analysis and system feasibility analysis. After the analysis phase, it is continued with the design stage which begins with the UML design method.