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Inventory Management System is fully integrated, which means when you update

information in the system, all other related areas will be instantly updated in the system. By

using this system, users are able to work more efficiently and produce higher quality

accounting data for management decision making.


The management use manually to keeping they record of the store, but the system is difficult

to maintain due to the cost of material, human errors, less data integrity, difficulty in

searching and retrieving product and feasible loss of records and retrieving files.


• To increase sale and production

• To maintain the complete inventory records of stock, receipt, details of purchasers and

sellers for a departmental store.

• To Create an easy to use system for an illiterate workforce

• To prepare a secure and reliable system to protect the store data from man-made and

natural disasters

• To spend less time in searching and retrieving of information

• To create a back up of files in every successful operation

• To increase alternatives to manual handling of data of the store inventory

• To produce simple not complexity system

• To tend to present flexibility in the ways data and information are inputted, processes,

retrieved and stored



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