Point of Sale Proposal

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THE WOODMAN FURNITURE SHOP POINT OF SALE SYSTEM PROPOSAL
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This project proposal is for The WOODMAN furniture shop which outlines all the major work to be carried out during the developing and implementation of the proposed system. WOODMAN furniture shop is a business that deals in wooden furniture. Products are sold either in their raw state or vanished and stained INTRODUCTION

This document will give an insight to the nature of the business, current system in use and the proposed system to replace the old system. This document will also list the benefits of implementing a new system. In general, it will provide a detailed analysis of all the major aspects of the business and will specify the current situation of the business. The WOODMAN furniture shop deals in wooden furniture, it gets its raw materials from the suppliers for furniture design. Customers may place an order for customized furniture or buy the one available in the shop in its raw state. A customer can choose to have their furniture painted in three different colours, i.e. Mahogany, oak, and burgundy. A customer may get their furniture stained and varnished in the shop at an extra cost or he/she may stain and varnish the product themselves. Stains applied to the products are categorized into two type’s stain1 and stain2, both at different prices. A customer may place an order for a product that is not readily available in the shop and the company will have it made and customized according to the customer’s specifications. The company also offers deliveries for the goods purchased at an additional fee, but only if the customer requests that the goods be delivered.

PROBLEM STATEMENT
The current system keeps track and stores all records on paper which is done manually. When a customer buys a product the transaction is captured on paper, an invoice is given to the customer as a proof of payment. When a customer places an order the salesperson will enter the data on an...
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