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E-Inventory System of Mang Inasal
V. ML Quezon Antipolo Branch

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A Systems Analysis and Design
Presented to the Faculty of the
Technical - Vocational Department

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In partial fulfillment of the course
Requirement in Systems Analysis and Design

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by:

Chavez, June T.
Dela Cruz, Jelly Rose G.
Lorenzo, Lenie M.
Mendoza, Mary Rose L.
Olayres, Susan R.
Payuyo, Jomar F.
Rada, Judel M.
Magayanes, Jeshurun A.

APPROVAL SHEET

This systems analysis and design proposal entitled, “E- Inventory System of Mang Inasal V. M. L. Quezon Branch” is prepared and submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course Analysis and Design (COMSO05) by Jomar Payuyo, Lenie Lorenzo, Mary Rose Mendoza, Jelly Rose Dela Cruz, Susan Olayres, June Chavez, Judel Rada, Jeshurun Magayanes who are hereby recommended for oral examination.

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Joriz D Chiong
Professor

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Approved by the committee on oral examination

Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the course System Analysis and Design.

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ANA LIZA R. KHO, MAT
Vice President for Academic Affairs
PREFACE

This Systems Analysis and Design is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the duration of the course, we made it in the computer laboratory. The Systems Analysis and Design has been made solely by our groups; most of the text, however is based on our research and we have done our best to provide references to these sources.

Our professor in cognitive computer at that time, Joriz D. Chiong explained what kind of software we are going to use to create a program. Then we choose MS Excel, MS Access, MS Word and VISUAL Basic, we made this project as we can based on our knowledge and

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