There are a lot of salons all over the country. Each one has their own trademarks when it comes to the field of hairstyling. But if you want to have the best European hairstyle created by the experts here in the Philippines, David's Salon is the one that you're looking for. It has over 200 branches nationwide. The salons offer a wide variety of hair services. Hair products are also available in the salons. But even though David's Salon is a big salon company, the product encoding and inventory system of some branches, such as our subject branch, are still in the manual process. Sold products are written down on log books as well as the stocks of products (inventory). In today's business environment, even small and mid-sized businesses have come to rely on computerized inventory management systems. The study is intended to create a computerized process to lessen the amount of time consumed in encoding the products and checking the product stocks. Objectives of the study
The aim of this study is to develop a useful system for the salon which has the capability to encode purchased products and acquired services by the clients and to automatically display a bill after encoding. We also aim to keep track on the inventory of products. The sold products are deducted from the stored items in the inventory system. The system warns the user if the sold products are already below the minimum amount. Scopes
The David's Salon SM Fairview Branch is currently using a manual process of encoding purchased products as well as in the inventory. Transactions are recorded on log books.
Since the salon uses a manual inventory system, it consumes a lot of time and effort. Lengthy details of the products are encoded and it has a great tendency of having errors. Inventory checking has to be made everyday before the closing so it adds up to the work loads of the inventory clerk of the salon. Significance of the study
Since manual inventory...