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1990-2001  Stock Inventory Systems (SIV)
INTRODUCTION
relational database system

stock tracking

IMPLEMENTATIONS
supermarkets
storeroom
bakeries
warehouse

 

 

 

FEATURES
simple user interface
power
flexibility
security



The Stock Inventory Systems are based upon research on a C relational database system, and extensive requirements analysis of stock tracking requirements of various types of commercial sales companies.

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The system has been implemented in

  • Supermarkets
    • Pasaraya Hiong Kong
    • Tang Ling Shopping Centre
  • Storeroom
  • Bakeries
    • Tiffin Bakery
  • Warehouses
  • Boutiques
  • Pharmacies

Each of the above systems have been implemented in different types of supermarkets, boutiques and bakeries.

The success of these systems lies in their ease of use and practical features:

  • User Levels and User Accounts
  • Feature security
  • Simple User Interface
  • Flexible Reporting System
  • Custom Reports
  • Activity Monitor
  • Interface to different hardware, such as cash registers, bar code scanners, magnetic stripe readers
  • Network aware, being tested on Novell Netware and Windows NT
  • Multi-user: more than one data entry clerk can update the stock at the same time, using different terminals.
  • Import and Export of data of various formats.
  • Fast: being written in C, they outperform Clipper and dBase systems.
  • Small: the system occupies very little hard disk space.
  • Costing
  • Sales Reports
  • Management Reports

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