Inventory Essay

1868 Words Jul 28th, 2015 8 Pages
General Services Office Inventory System

Chapter 1

Introduction Computer systems and applications are basic tools used for companies and even small businesses nowadays. In order to make the tasks easier and avoid time consuming, computer technologies are now a big help. It provides tools for the employees in every office for easy tracks of daily activities related to their jobs. The computer systems and applications we create plays a vital role to make the daily works made easier, less time and efforts, more productive and accurate especially in an establishments like school offices. Computerization is now the basic necessity for every establishment, yet there are also still using manual methods
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By that reason, we proposed to create a system that can perform this task: the tracking of sales, controlling of inventory, recording of products, calculating of numerical data and searching, sorting and filtering of item will translated into an automated process which considers speed accuracy, orderliness, maintainability and efficiency of the system. In case the data are lost, there is the possibility that the inventory will fail and start over again. And there has a possibility that the security of a system is at risk and it will cause information and data lost. A manual method may result time consuming and has a greater chance of errors in room reservation and for in and out of an items.


This paper describes the Inventory Management System sufficiently to determine the feasibility and usability of a finished system. The core concept is to track the IN/OUT of items from the GSO office with additional features for interpreting the data. It must be use by a personnel with private password given for the security of the files and items. This allows for easy tracks of transactions and items within the office.

1. Operational Concepts

The Inventory Management System is a real-time inventory database capable of connecting multiple stores. This can be used to track the inventory of a single store, or to manage the distribution of stock between several branches of a larger franchise. However, the

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