A PROJECT ON SUPERMARKET BILLING SYSTEM (No of pages: 95)

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Chapter-1         

INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

Chapter-2

PROBLEM STATEMENTS

Chapter-3

OBJECTIVE OF SOFTWARE

 

Chapter-4

MODULES

Chapter-5

LITERATURE REVIEW

Chapter-6

SCOPE OF WORK

Chapter-7

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Chapter-8

TOOLS TECHNOLOGY

Chapter-9

SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

Chapter-10

FEASIBILITY STUDY

Chapter-11

DATA FLOW DIAGRAM AND DATA DICTIONARY

Chapter-12

SCREEN SHOTS AND  CODING

Chapter-13

TESTING AND IMPLEMENTATION

Chapter-14

CONCLUSION

 

INTRODUCTION:

The “Supermarket Management System “is to produce software which manages the sales activity done in a supermarket, maintaining the stock details, maintaining the records of the sales done for a particular month/year. This project is based on the sales transaction of items in a supermarket. The first activity is based on adding the items to the system along with the rate which are present in the supermarket and the name of the items which the supermarket will agree to sell. The system will display all the items whose name starts with the letter selected by the user. It can select out of those displayed. Finally a separate will be generated for each customer. This will be saved in the database.

OBJECTIVES:

  1. To maintenance of Sale Bill, Purchase Bill, Receipt and Payment.
  2. To generate of report of transaction.
  3. To store data in a centralized location to reduce redundancy and increase consistency.
  4. To reduce the delay in bill generation.
  5. To provide the user-friendliness in all possible ways.
  6. To provide greater flexibility.
  7. To calculate the bill.
  8. To store how many products are sold.
  9. To store products and their prices and with other information.

PROBLEM STATEMENT:

In the existing system all the persons work was done manually. They pay the bills on counters. The manual work processes was time consuming and hence slow. Following are the main problem of the existing system:

  • The existing system is totally manual thus there are chances of error in processing.
  • The basic and major drawbacks in the existing system are the speed of retrieval of data from files, which leads to delay.
  • The manual jobs such as calculation are more error prone.
  • There are plenty of chances of duplicity of data and information.
  • Updating is very tedious job.
  • There is no central database from where one can get different statistical data at one place.
  • In manual system, there may be calculation mistakes, which lead to the wrong entry of data.
  • If the person forgets to enter any essential entry then no one is there to warn him/her.

LITERATURE REVIEW:

Supermarket management system is the system where all the aspects related to the proper management of supermarket is done. These aspects involve managing information about the various products, staff, managers, customers, billing etc. This system provides an efficient way of managing the supermarket information. Also allows the customer to purchase and pay for the items purchased. This project is based on the sales transaction and billing of items in a supermarket. The first activity is based on adding the items to the system along with the rate which are present in the supermarket and the name of the items which the supermarket will agree to sell. This authority is given only to admin (administrator). Any modifications to be done in the item name and the rate can be done only by admin. It also has the right to delete any item. As the customer buys the products and comes to the billing counter, the user is supposed to enter the item name he purchased and the quantity of the item he had purchased. This is not a huge a task. This study is to produce software which manages the sales activity done in a supermarket, maintaining the stock details, maintaining the records of the sales done for a particular month/year. The system will display all the items whose name starts with the letter selected by the user. IT can select out of those displayed. Finally a separate bill will be generated for each customer. This will be saved in the database. Any periodic records can be viewed at any time. If the stock is not available, the supermarket orders and buys from a prescribed vendor. The amount will be paid by deducting the total amount acquired in the sales activity.

METHODLOGY TO BE USED:

Research design simply means a search of answers to questions and solutions to problems.  It is a prospective investigation. Research is a systematic and logical study of an issue or problem through scientific method. Research is a systematic and objective analysis and recording of generalization, principles, resulting in prediction and possessing ultimate control of events.

SOURCES OF DATA:

                        1          PRIMARY DATA &

                        2          SECONDARY DATA.

 

1 PRIMARY DATA:

The primary data would be collected through personnel interviews with experienced development team and other technical head. The required information will be collected in the following technique:

TECHNIQUES:

  • On the basis of observations
  • Questionnaire
  • By group discussions with concerned technical team.
  • By personnel interviews with head of organization.

 

  1. SECONDARY DATA:

Secondly data will be acquired through various sources such as other relevent website.

The required information will be collected in the following techniques:

Techniques:

  • Organizational Manuals
  • Records
  • Documents & Statements
  • Internet

TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGY:

SOFTWARE:

System Used                               :-                     Intel Pentium – 4

Operating System                      :-                     Microsoft WindowsXP

Professional

Package Used                           :-                        Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0

Database Used                :-                     Microsoft Access

Front End                                   :-                     Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0

Back End                         :-                     Microsoft Access

       

HARDWARE

Hardware                           Minimum                          Maximum

Processor                           Pentium II                         or higher

RAM                                    64 MB                                 or higher

HardDisk                            1 GB                                     or higher

Monitor                              SVGA (256 color resolution)

 

MODULES TO BE USED:

  1. Administrator
  2. Data Entry Operator
  3. Bill Calculating Operator

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT MODEL:

In this project can be adopted the “Waterfall Model” of the software Paradigm. The classic life cycle or the waterfall model, the linear sequential model suggests a systematic, sequential approach to software development that begins at the system level and progresses through analysis, design, coding testing, and support. the following activities:-

  • System /Information engineering and modeling.
  • Software requirements Analysis.
  • Code Generation.

DESIGN TECHNIQUES

Input Design

Output Design

Database Design

ER diagram

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