AFPEMCO Livestock and Agricultural Product Bidding System with SMS Notification

Abra State Institute of Sciences and Technology
Lagangilang, Abra, Philippines

Abra State Institute of Sciences and Technology
Lagangilang, Abra, Philippines

Abra State Institute of Sciences and Technology
Lagangilang, Abra, Philippines


The online bidding system is a business approach that allows buyers to compete for goods and services. Bidding is made easier by the use of online technologies that govern the processes. The majority of Abra’s land is utilized for agriculture. It is located in the country’s northwest corner. As a result, farming and livestock husbandry are the primary sources of income for the bulk of the population. Farmers selling their produce in public markets across the province. Unfortunately, if they adopt this option, they are unsure how they will dispose of all of their belongings and the people with whom they engage. The researcher created an online bidding mechanism that would give Abra farmers a better bidding experience. Because early bidding is done through the system, which allows for a more competitive bidding procedure, this enhances their sales. Farmers and buyers’ personal information with contact numbers, as well as stock and commodity descriptions, are all needed to establish a useful system, according to the information needs in this study. Online bidding, SMS notification for bid winners, and report generating are the system’s key features. Finally, the system’s usability received a grand mean of 4.17 with a descriptive equivalent rating of strongly agree, indicating that the system is well-designed.


Bidding System, SMS Notification, Commodity


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