Documenation for Generics Pharmacy

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1.1 Background of the study

We believe that health is not a privilege, but a basic right of every Filipino.

THEGENERICSPHARMACY stemmed from its mother company, registered in 1949. In 1959, when a group of Filipino entrepreneurs took over, the company began importing and wholesaling pharmaceutical products.

In 1989, with the prices of medical and pharmaceutical products soaring, the company decided to sell generic drugs primarily to government hospitals to help less privileged Filipinos avail affordable quality medicines.

Heeding the call for cheaper medicine, the company stepped up its distribution by opening its retail arm in 2001. In 2007, THEGENERICSPHARMACY tapped Francorp, the world leader in franchising, to engineer its franchise development and growth. The goal is to make affordable generic medicine more available to a greater number of the population at the soonest possible time. It thus became the first generics retail pharmacy to franchise in the Philippines.

1.2 Statement of Objectives
1.2.1 General Objectives

• To develop a Computerized Point -Of-Sale with Inventory System for Generic Pharmacy.

2. Specific Objectives

• To design a system capable of accepting/performing transactions from different suppliers.

• To create a system that store the records of every supplier and information in a centralized database which will allow retrieval and processing of records.

1.3 Significance of the study
The research topic has significance in the following respondents:

• Drugstore Seller 
-To lessen the time consumed in computing the statistical report of the pharmacy. -To present a quick and accurate retrieval of necessary information and saving of files.

• Manager

-To lessens the time consumed when He/She wants to check the status of their employee.

1.4 Scope and Limitation

• Scope:
-The system will cover the maintenance if the Products & Suppliers of the products so that the management can properly monitor the said modules.

-The system will also monitor the transactions of the Sales and Inventory, and Stocks of the products.

-The system will automatically remind the user if the product has reached its Minimum Stock, in Reordering Point, or in its Critical Level so that the management can place the order list t the suppliers early on.

-The system will provide an Audit trail so that the manager will know who the users of the system were on what particular date and time for security purposes.

• Limitation:
-The system will not allow Credits for customers.

-The system will not accept credit card for customer’s payments.

-The system will not accept bank check for the customer’s payments.

2.0 Methodology of the Study

System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Phases

Planning Phase
On this phase, the system analyst and the system analyst team defines, recognizes, and diagnoses the problem. We the proponents, with the kindness of the Mr. Gerald Yap  Manager, owner of our host company proceeded with the task on developing an Enhanced Loan Monitoring System. We’ve conducted an assessment of the overall summary of the project in terms of problems and concerns as defined by both the users and researchers. The Proponents developed the schedule of activities for the conduct of the study. Likewise the six members of the research team created the series of activities or plan of action compromising of several tasks and divided the responsibilities of their existing system.


System analysis is to determine where the problem is in an attempt to fix the system. This step involves breaking down the system in different pieces to analyze the situation, analyzing project goals, breaking down what needs to be created and attempting to engage users so that definite requirements...
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