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Title: Online Sales Management System for Skyline Educational Technologies
Authors: Welikala, C.I.
Issue Date: 2-Jun-2014
Abstract: Skyline Educational Technologies (SKET) is a small retail book store that sells expensive books on easy payment schemes to a selected group of customers. The major problems that it faces is the difficulty in identifying the pending payments that are needed to be collected on each day & provide an update to a customer about the payment status when he calls the bookstore over the phone. Currently SKET is using manual process to handle all its data & marketing schemes. This project is an effort to computerize this manual system so that the company will have a web presence & open the market for online local customers. This will enable online book purchasing facility & facility to the customers to view their payment details online. This system has the facility to create online real time reports about pending payments to be collected. This will provide the facility to SKET staff to assist the customers when they contact over the phone to enquire about their payment status. Further it generates reports on demand that will contain sales orders for the day, current stock levels, daily, monthly, yearly sales summary & monthly commission for each sales agent. Automating the process of report generation will be a strength to SKET?s growth & success as a company in today?s competitive world. As additional features this system provides inventory management support & the facility for the suppliers to update their contact details & future release product information. Object oriented system analysis & design methods were used with modified waterfall method as the process model. Solution is based on html, Cascading Style Sheets, Javascript & Java Server Pages, Struts & Hibernate. Dreamviewer, Photoshop, Myeclipse, Netbeans was used as Software tools. Apache Tomcat 5.5, Jdk 1.6 & MySQL 5.1 were the technologies that were being used. MySQL was used to develop the databases. During the trial runs at the client site, it was proven that the project is a successful solution for client requirements.
Appears in Collections:2009/2010 BIT Undergraduate thesis

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