Ordering System Documentation

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1.1 Overview of the current state of the technology
Nowadays, machines replace the work intended for humans primarily to lessen man power and also to eliminate human error. During the latest decade there has been a quick development in companies’ use of information technology. This creates a great demand to centralize and has a well-developed internal organization to handle the administration support/service and to provide the organization to continuously improve its service level, flexibility and expertise to meet or exceed the customer’s expectation.

Ordering system throughout the world was relied on pens and papers problems such as missing orders and information
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The research method their used are used by the person using the system as administrator and customer ordering through the system. They have long experience of existing system and know the pros and cons. They know the limitation in their research and survey of internal and external system the information is based on facts from the investigation and analysis of the system are aligned to business area Sandvik IT in Sweden, where the main interest is the internal process for hardware, software ,user id and access rights.
Ordering System at Sandvik Information technology, March 23, 2005 Author: Thomas Jhonson and Anna Olsson Found @ https://pure.ltu.se/ws/files/30908263/LTU-EX-03162-SE.pdf
As consumers increasingly demand more from retailers, and assume more control over how they choose to receive marketing messages, it’s clear that an in-store experience that is more relevant, efficient and pleasant is needed. This experience can be built on the effective use, presence and placement of various types of point-of-purchase (POP) materials including product literature and signage.
Our Field Service Representatives are responsible not only for managing product levels and set integrity but they are also responsible for managing the availability of manufacturer POP on a daily basis.
We have developed a proprietary software application called the Literature

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