Process Analysis of Inventory Management and New System for Improving Planning and Controlling

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Process analysis of Inventory Management and new system for improvement of planning and controlling of transformed resources in INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL.

Word Count:
(From the start of introduction till the end of assignment) – 1,194

Executive Summary:
This article deals with a simplified picture of the process to improve the system enquire to delivery in store for the sale of school books, magazines and some stationary, which includes the improvement of the inventory, as a system sequence between the supplier and the client including the review of EOQ and Lead Time.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction and Disadvantages of Old System………………………….P-6

2. Advantages of New System…………………………………….………….P-7

3. Requirements of Project Report…………………………………………..P-8

4. Data Flow Diagram……………………………………………………….P-9

5. Entity Relationship Diagram…………….……………………………….P-10

6. Why use Visual Basic…………………………………………………....P-11

7. Fig(S) in my project……………………………………………………..P-13

8. Bibliography……………………………………………………………..P-17

1. Introduction and Disadvantages of Old System

As we know the manual processing is quite tedious, time consuming, less accurate in comparison to computerized processing. Obviously the present system is not is exception consultant encountering all those problems.

1.Time consuming.
2.It is very tedious.
3.All information is not placed separately.
4.Lot of paper work.
5.Slow data processing.
6.Not user-friendly environment.
7.It is difficult to found records due file management system.

2. Advantages of New System

In new computerized system it tried to give these facilities.

1.Manually system changes into computerized system.
2.Friendly user interface.
3.Time saving.
4.Save paper work.
5.Connecting to database so we use different type of queries, data report. 6.Give facility of different type of inquiry.
7.Formatted data.
8.Data are easily approachable.

3. Requirements of Project Report

1. Hardware Requirement:

.Processor: - Athlon 1.2 GHz.

.RAM: - 512 DDR2-RAM.

.Hard Disk: -280 GB or above.

.Monitor: - 14 LCD.

.Mouse.

.Printer: - For print report or Bill.

.DVD RW.

2. Software Requirement:

.Operating system: - Windows XP/NT/W7.

.Front End: - Visual Basic 6.0. (Professional Edition.)

.Back end: - MS. Access.

(Some additional feature of VB like, Dtagrind, Data- Report)

4. Data Flow Diagram

It is a graphical representation of the data. It identifies the path the data will take, what process will take place to it from one from to another.

Symbols used in data flow diagram:

• DATA STORE
• DATA FLOW
• PROCESS

5. Entity Relationship Diagram

The collection of tables of data is called a database. Entity relationship model is used here to obtain a conceptual model of data used in this case study. In E-R diagram

Following items are used:

1.ENTITY
2.RELATIONSHIP
3.ATTRIBUTES
4.CONNECTION
5.PROCESSING

The design problem identifying entities and relationship.

6. Why use Visual Basic

Visual programming is programming for the user it aims at providing the user with an interface that is intuitive and easy to use in developing such as interface the programmer employee user friendly features such as window menu, buttons and list boxes. A visual programming environment provides all features that are required to develop graphical user interface as ready to use components. The programmer does not have to write code to create and display commonly required user-friendly features each time around. When the programmer needs a specific user interface feature such as a button, he selects the appropriate, ready to use component provided by the visual programming environment these component can be moved, resized and renamed as required.

➢ 6.1. ADVANTAGE OF VISUAL PROGRAMMING
Visual programming enables visual...
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