Inventory Management System

Chapter 3
Specifications of Research Design
  * (DFD. UML/Use Case)
  * Respondents of the Study
      * The respondents of our study would be the employees or sales representatives of a Cellular Phone Store where they would be recording and handling the necessary data they usually record for the inventory of their products. They would know whether the system is enough to handle and be easily updated or could produce the same, or even better, results they usually make to manage their inventory of their business.
      * The beneficiaries of this study would also be the employees/sales representatives of a Cellular Phone Store and their management to easily monitor, update and make decisions to conclude whether their business is selling greatly or they have to make improvements with their system and their business.
Research Instrument
  * Observation – We will be observing a usual Cellphone Store and try to observe how do they record their transactions and how do they add, update and delete information from their inventory products for their business
  * Documents – We provided a sample questionnaire (for any representative of the store who has enough knowledge to answer) wherein we asked a few questions regarding their business inventory, transactions and condition on their usual system of recoding their information.
Data-Gathering Procedure/Source of Data
  * We interviewed a few sales representatives of nearby cellphone stores wherein we asked what type of inventory process they use to achieve their desired reports for their business. We asked for an example of their inventory report or some previous report they made for their inventory to see what kind of information they usually insert for their inventory to be informative for them. We also asked them if there is any information that their inventory system lacks which they should have for their business’ inventory to be well-informative and can be understood easily.