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COMPUTERIZED INVENTORY AND BARCODING SYSTEM(CIBS)

A Thesis Presented to the
Faculty of College of Computer Science
Palawan Polytechnic College

In Partial Fulfilment
Of The Requirements for the Degree
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

By:
Gregorio, Diana Rose L.
Pulido, Ava Krisha L.

March, 2015

Chapter 1

Introduction

Now a day we are living in a modern world in which technology affects in the lives of people. As a proof of modernization, computers had been developed. It greatly affects our lifestyles, our health, communication, and information activities. And it is also a guide in dealing business. A business is typically formed to earn a profit that will increase the wealth of its owners and grow the business itself. The operators and owners of a business have as one of their main objectives, the receipt or generation of financials return in exchange for work and acceptance of risk. Computerized Inventory and Barcoding systems often face customer demands for many different products. The demand characteristics may vary from product to product and therefore an inventory manager will generally apply a customized policy for every product. However, in most cases, all customer demand for a single product is handled in a uniform way. Although the order sizes may vary greatly and some orders can be handled in a different way than others, each unit demanded is considered equally important. The system also allows the inventory to be well in-checked without much labor. Just by having the name of their product entered in the database. It can be checked or updated if they have it. The system is good for its easy to use, effective and efficient. Also it can really make a difference when it comes to keeping inventory. The Proposed Computerized Inventory and Barcoding system will give a big relief to the employees and employers as well, when approved and used.…...

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