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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616

Simplified Barcode-Based Point Of Sales And Inventory Management System With Replenishment Decision

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Edward B. Panganiban, Jenefer P. Bermusa



Point of Sales (POS), inventory, management, barcode, computerized, simplified, replenishment



The world today is full of innovations. Every year, people can see and discover different inventions such as gadgets, machines, electronics, and many others which are timely in this generation which makes these inventions to become life easier. Technology is used mostly by people in schools, jobs, and offices every day. Through this, the authors established a paper that applied technology for grocery stores. The grocery store companies have many targets. Through their business plans, they typically detail those targets well before the start of new fiscal years. These companies can best reach their goals by staying customer-focused, offering their customer-wanted products and services. That is why most grocery store firms also developed comprehensive marketing plans to achieve their key goals. Marketing strategies help the owner identify their target customers better and shop the concept better. With these problems, the researchers came up with an idea, which is to develop a system entitled “Simplified Barcode-based Point of Sales and Inventory Management System with Replenishment Decision”. The main purpose of the study is to help the groceries in inventory, quantity, and sales as well as in receiving reports promptly and to give a better and exclusive way for communication. The researchers developed the system based on the conceptual framework and system architecture established after determining the problems in the existing problem. The researchers used alpha, beta, and acceptance testing in order to test the functionality of the system. The functionalities of the system were conducted that serves as a testing process. During the pilot test, the respondents rated the system into a “strongly agree” description in terms of its functionality, reliability, and usability which confirmed that the system accomplished its objectives.



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