Mary the Queen College (Pampanga), Inc.

Jose Abad Santos Avenue, Guagua, Pampanga

COMPUTERIZED INVENTORY SYSTEM FOR R.L. PONIO GROCERY STORE

A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of Mary the Queen College (Pampanga) GSO Road, San Matias, Guagua Pampanga

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Associate in Computer Technology

By VELASCO, GRACE P. CALMA, CARLA JOY N. TORRES, JO-ANNA MARIE I. PANLAQUI, JOVANNIE F. October 2010

The manual process of R. Bong Ponio P4 – Explain the manual process and problems encountered (1-5 sentences) P5 – Introduce your proposed system. According to the owner he started his business when he was a single man and with a capital of 30. Others take an inventory to insure the number of items ordered matches the actual number of items counted physically. .Inventory System. As of now he had a family his business is still growing and all of his three sons are all graduated in college because of pursuing their children to finish their studies.CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction According to www.000 pesos. Mr.L. Many companies take an inventory of their supplies on a regular basis in order to avoid running out of popular items. Ponio Grocery Store is every Friday.com. the word 'inventory' can refer to both the total amount of goods and the act of counting them.

1. 5. 3. 4. the study aims to answer the following problems: 1.1. develop and implement a Inventory System for R. Specific Problems Specifically. Ponio Grocery Store.L. How to provide an easy and fast way of generating reports? How to create module that will automatically compute the IN per box or OUT per retail of each product? How to design a security feature to prevent unauthorized access of the system and database? How to design a database of all the products including the product information? 2.1 General Problem How to design.1 Statement of the Problem 1. . Integrate the Goods Received System (GRS) and the Project Ordering System (POS) to reduce the manual effort needed to maintain information flows between these two computer systems.

Ponio Grocery Store to efficiently and effectively monitor the product inventory. System Development – Inventory System General Objective The main objective of this study is to build a computerized Inventory System for R. To provide an easy and fast way of generating reports by using them our proposed system. Specific Objectives Specifically.L. To design a security feature to prevent unauthorized access of the system and database by creating a program to access the system by using Vb. . To create system that will automatically compute the IN per box or OUT per retail of each product and to properly monitored the coming and going out of the products. 2.Objectives of the Study 1. this study aims to: 1.Net. 3.

Significance of the Study Educational – In this study this system we proponents it help us to gain more knowledge. 5. .4. Social – To the employees it will reduce their stress. for the customers they can easily buy the products they want. To design a database we will use the appropriate system that can show all of the products including the product Information. To integrate the Goods Received System (GRS) and the Project Ordering System (POS) we will need to use the proposed system so that it will reduce the manual effort needed to maintain information flows between these two computer systems. this can also helps the incoming students that will create system or thesis.

Net in the development of the user interface and the program.Economic – Technological – The proponents are able to use programming language like VB. and My SQL for the database. Scope and Delimitation Scope – the coverage of your study. Discuss the features of the system starting from the user-login up to the special features that you want to add to your system. (DETAILED) . Discuss the rules that you have set in the use of the system.

2 Definition of Terms Conceptual Operational . 1.Delimitation – the features that your system is not capable of doing. This maybe is due to time constraint and limited resources.

such as manuscripts. almanacs and other similar references. Bibliographical references – bibliographies of bibliographies D. B. encyclopedias. such as books. letters and diaries. Abstracts/Compiled Abstracts – crude sources of materials. speeches. Kenny Rogers) You can discuss the current trend in the system you want to improve Note: Minimum of five (5) for local literature resources and five (5) foreign literature resources Review of Related Studies A. C. Directories and Periodical guides .g. General Literature Survey – resources according to your major or area of study. inventory) You can discuss your locale (e.CHAPTER II THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK Review of Related Literature • • • You can discuss the system you want to improve (e. memoirs.g.

Inc.E. OUTPUT 1. Trade literature • • National Journals – research and development trend in the country Information Journals – research and development at international level F. limitations and coverage of works • • • Inquire about present projects (if possible) See their facilities. and laboratory Try to interview their staff and personnel G. – interview/visit site and inquire the following: • Inquire on their past projects. future works that need to be done. recommendations. problems encountered. Evaluation of Existing System/ Software Note: Minimum of five (5) for local and five (5) foreign studies Conceptual Model Example: INPUT PROCESS Computerized Payroll System for Mary the Queen College (Pampanga). Inaccurate attendance done in manual system . library. Provide automation that will correctly record the log in and log out time of the employee 1. Go to Industry/Research Institutes/Government Agency/Private Corp.

. After the diagram. provide a brief description of the Input Process-Output diagram.Figure #: Figure Title Note: Minimum of 3 items.

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