Sales and Inventory System (Revised)

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Colegio De San Juan De Letran
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

2nd Semester, School Year 2011-2012

Sales and Inventory System

By:
Panis, Hanna Katrina
Navarro, Jenesis
Dumanlang, Carmela
Contreras, Amiel

Chapter 1

I. Introduction

Computers began from a wild imaginative idea to the world’s highly prioritized tool. Computers today are now used as a substitute to manual processes and other past inventions like the radio, television, etc. It is now used by people for much simpler, easier and faster way to do things. Some used it as a hobby, and some use it as a job.

      Technology has never stopped from advancing through the years. Its new innovations helps answer the people’s further complex questions. Why not use these advantages to benefit ourselves?

      Many people use computers in their daily lives. Some use it for transactions, some use it for educational purposes and others use it for data storage. Though it might sound unnecessary but in some cases when storing a file for such a big company, can you manage it properly? Organizing, finding a file, etc. With computers, it can help you simplify the process of storing and managing the files you need for future use and make finding files easier than the manual process.

Most companies nowadays use computers in transacting with their clients. Companies are now making their systems computerized because using a computerized system will help the company minimize the time and efforts consumed by using manual system.

Sales and Inventory systems maintain information about activities within firms that ensure the delivery of products to customers. The subsystems that perform these functions include sales, manufacturing, warehousing, ordering, and receiving. In different firms the activities associated with each of these areas may not be strictly contained within separate subsystems, but these functions must be performed in sequence in order to have a well-run inventory control system

II. Background of the Study
      Technology has taken a big leap forward in 21st century, with computer programs, electronics upgrading by the month & even by the day. Technology has influenced & greatly simplified almost in every aspect of a student’s life today. It is amazing what technology has done to our society and how dependent we have become on it. Having computers in the workplace has enable the business to our more efficiently and has contributed in having on all around

Better businesses, using computers cut down   our work time, we don’t have to write everything out by hands or type out on typewriters. This increase in usage of computer proves that computers have affected every aspect of our lives and have become one of the necessities. Many developers have contributed to such an advancement and widespread of computer technology.

Businesses nowadays are innovating there business process into computerize transaction and making edge to other business competencies. Some business transaction made online with the used internet like: ordering, reservation registration, and etc. The most commonly system used by the company is the sales system and integrated it with a inventory system, this system handle various operations.

Sales and Inventory System is business computer software that can manage sales, ordering, quotation and inventory reports. This system is a point-of sales type system and offer a truly unique computerized business processes and control system.

For now, the business operations are manual in terms of processing and handling data in their overall business transactions. Staffs are just recording data and important information in numerous papers and store files at their basement.

III. Statement of the Problem
A successful business relies on many factors, one of which is a reliable inventory management system. Inventory management consists of everything from accurate record-keeping to...
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