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Point of Sale and Inventory System

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ABSTRACT

Title: Point of Sale System for Stone Pro Enterprise

Researchers:

Serolf, Jham

Year : 2013
Course: Computer Science Technology
Adviser:

CHAPTER 1

THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

1.1 Introduction

Man have come a long way in doing business transactions with each other. From the primitive ways of exchanging goods or “barter system”, to the more complex “e-commerce” or doing business transactions with the help of the internet. With technology rapidly changing and upgrading every now and then, companies must adopt to be able to excel in each businesses’ “cut-throat” competition.

Automation of one’s point of sale and inventory system puts you a step ahead in the game. It helps you conduct business transactions with ease as you only have to press a few keys. It liberates you from countless paper works as computation of the day’s sale and keeping track of inventory are done automatically.

With these things in mind, we, the Blue Link Technology group , hopes that upon completion of this Proposed Point of Sale and Inventory System, Stone Pro Enterprise will find it of great value and an indispensable asset in the company. That through the use of this System, unnecessary loss of time spent on computation of payments will be minimized and greater client satisfaction will be achieved. On the part of the management, knowing which products are in need of procurement and which are not, will help avoid over stocking and greatly minimize unnecessary expenses. At the end of the day, all transactions will be properly documented and generation of reports will just be a few keystrokes away.

Finally, we hope that with the development of the said System, we will be able to help Stone Pro Enterprise become a company more competitive and quality wise, worthy of recognition in the local industry.

1.2 Background and purpose of the study

Most companies nowadays use computers in transacting with their clients. Companies...