Online Ordering System

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 INRODUCTION1 – 2
1.1 Background of the Problem1 – 3
1.2 Overview of the Current State of the Technology1 – 4 1.3 Project Rationale1 – 6
2.0 PROJECT DESCRIPTION2 – 1
3.1 Problem Statement2 – 1
3.2 Proposed Research Project2 – 2
3.3.1 General Objectives2 – 2
3.3.2 Specific Objectives2 – 2
3.3.3 Scope and Limitations2 – 3
3.3.4 Methodology2 – 5
3.0 PROJECT MANAGEMENT3 – 1
4.3 Gantt Chart3 – 1
4.4 Resources3 – 2
4.5.5 Hardware Requirements3 – 2
4.5.6 Software Requirements3 – 3
4.5.7 Internet Connections Requirements3 – 3 4.0 APPENDIX4 – 1
5.5 References4 – 1
5.6 Resource Person/s4 – 2
5.7 Personal Technical Vitae4 – 3
1.0 INTRODUCTION
Nowadays, time is very important that’s why big and small companies view time as one of the first things to prioritize before starting a business. Investing of computers is another way to save time. It also means less effort and fewer expenses, which will help the company to optimize their production.

The proponents dedicated to convert the manual system into automated system because most of the companies are now using programmed system. In the present generation there are many instant ways on how to buy products. Going directly to the store is sometime is a hassle thing to do. You would feel disappointed if the product that you want is already out of stock. In order to lessen the inconvenience, most business perform an online ordering system through innovations of technology, some businesses today are engaging in an online ordering system to help them to easily distinguish the company's product through advertisement with the use of online technology.

There are two main roles defined in the...
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