The Problem and Its Settings
1. Introduction Grocery stores are established primarily for the retailing of food. A grocer or the owner of a grocery store, stocks different kinds of foods from assorted places and cultures, and sells them to customers. Large grocery stores that stock products in their inventory, such as clothing or household items, are called supermarkets. Small grocery stores that mainly sell fruits and vegetables are known as produce markets, and small grocery stores that predominantly sell snack foods and sandwiches are known as convenience stores or delicatessens. Manual Inventory System involves all concerns within its transactions, on how the staff would be able to maintain the current status of their inventory, whether adding, deleting, and ordering a stock, the manual process consumes too much time for the staff and rigid time to process a transaction Every year, the demand for the computer based systems for the businesses just keeps on growing. Companies have improved their old system for ease of work in accessing files and organizing records. Converting their old system into a much efficient computerized system, this will have a great effect on the organization; this also helps ease the work to the staff maintaining the inventory.
This contains the proposed inventory system for the Store. It contains diagrams, data flows and flowcharts that describe on how the system flows. The proposed system utilizes the best way to organize the database type of system and to improve the services of the people involve.
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Based on the data gathered from Mrs. Adelwisa F. , manager of the Store , revealed some of their problems on their current inventory system. Usually the employee tasked to maintain the inventory is being operated manually. This is a very confusing process and is very prone to human errors, after observing their regular business operation, we have