Conceptual Framework of Computerized Inventory System

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AUTOMATED SALES AND INVENTORY SYSTEM OF BISU CLARIN BUSINESS CENTER ______________ A Thesis Presented to the faculty of the Computer Science Department BOHOL ISLAND STATE UNIVERSITY Clarin Bohol ______________ In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science By: Sendrijas, Irish P. Socorin, Margelyn T. Memoracion Dian Mark L. Daryl Valdez Adviser CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE INTRODUCTION Rationale Man has come along his way in doing business transaction with each other. Inventory system puts you ahead in game. It helps you conduct business transactions with ease as you only have to press a few keys. It liberates you from a countless paper works as computation of the day’s…show more content…
It has a cash register for the customer receipt and basis of daily sales report. The company is composed of one (1) General manager/owner, who is responsible in monitoring the incoming and outgoing products, the one who manages the ordering of products, even the back orders the manager also generates the daily reports base on the receipts; one (1) Cashier, who is in charge of the payments of the products. One (1) Sales lady for customer assistance and inquiry of products as well; two (2) Checkers who are in charge of monitoring of the products; bad orders, back orders and the availability. There is also warehouse boy, who are responsible in organizing the stocks in the warehouse, monitoring of numbers of stocks. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, “Inventory refers to stocks of anything necessary to do business” (U.S. Small Business Administration, 2010, pp 1-2). The U.S. Small Business Administration publication describes what constitutes successful inventory management (balancing cost versus benefits of inventory), including 1) Maintaining a wide assortment without spreading the rapidly moving items too thin, 2) Increasing inventory turnover without sacrificing service, 3) Keeping stock low without sacrificing performance , 4) Obtaining lower prices by making volume purchases, 5) Maintaining an adequate inventory without an excess of obsolete items. Wal-Mart runs
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