Thesis (Point of Sale System)

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“Our belief at the beginning of a doubtful undertaking is the one thing that assures the successful outcome of any venture”

Starting up small businesses is a risky venture, particularly for first-time entrepreneurs. Taking a cautious approach and starting small is the best way to launch a small business. Entrepreneurs should avoid investing so much of their personal money that they would be financially ruined should the small-business venture fail. Starting a service business allows a skillful entrepreneur with a specialized background to capitalize on his skills to the fullest potential, sometimes earning more than they could work as an employee plying the same trade. They often doing more of the same things that
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Sales marketing are the people who let the business be known in the market they do the advertisement or do some launching to make the business more popular for the consumer.
Operation staff is the one in charge in the operation and the one who make decision on what to do or not if there is a problem occur. Who make sure that everything in the operation or in the building is doing good, he is also in charge on those machines and equipments being used if it is still good to used for or not or need a replacement.
Customer service is the people who answer customer’s complaints and queries.
Staffs make sure that everything was polished and products are ready to market.

1.4 Current System Description LNKS is using manual system for selling products. Every time there is a buyer, the seller still writes everything from recording sales to receipts. Monthly inventory were based on sales recorded in every transactions. Inventory takes a lot time to discern the result because recorded transactions need to be reviewed first since sometimes error cannot be avoided. The manual system consumes a lot of time and it is laborious for the cashier.

1.5 Current Data Flow Diagram Items’ Details


Verification of

Bill’s Information
Items to be purchased

Fig. 2.0 Context Data Flow Diagram of the Current System This illustrates the Data Flow Diagram of the Walk-in/Order Transaction of the
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