Inventory Management System for Household and Commercial use with QR Code
In recent years, the advancement of technology has provided a lot of convenience to our daily life. It is unsurprising to say that we are depending on technology at every moment of our daily life especially for the younger generation. Even some of the businesses are fully dependent on technology to operate their daily business such as online shopping platforms. For the time being, many software systems developed for attempting to meet the demands from different users. Then, inventory management systems have been developed to ease the processes of tracking inventory and restock inventory on time. But, most of the existing inventory management systems are mostly designed based on the needs of big organizations that have huge amounts of inventory flow. Eventually, there are almost no suitable inventory management systems for household and small commercial users. Therefore, this project aims to develop an inventory management system that is implemented with QR Code and some basic features that is suitable to meet the demands of households and commercial users. The QR Code technology has been chosen to cope with this project due to its conveniences and ease of access..
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