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|Title: ||Order and Payment Management System for US Graphics (PVT) Ltd|
|Authors: ||MADHUSANKA, H.L.D|
|Issue Date: ||2017|
US Graphics (PVT) Ltd is a advertising firm in Kottawa established a few years ago. USG is
doing offset printing including leaflets ( handbills , posters , certificates , bookmarks , visiting
cards ) , booklets ( books , invitations ) , banners , artwork according to their customer
requirements. Therefore, lot of daily transactions performed manually by employees. It is
very difficult to handle the manual system for these transactions and functions.
The current system supports for transactions and orders are update in manually. It is very
difficult to manage reorder order of the details. They want to give a special discount for day
to day customers. They have to clash with lot of bills, paper records and may be some
mistakes in their records. As a result of those problems they face many problems like data
inaccuracy; data redundancy. And waste their customer’s time with their transaction delays.
The system is developed to standalone environment and it helps to manage their day to day
transactions, order details, payment details, employee details, customer details and etc…This
system supports report generating. Reports help to get decisions quickly and accurate.
NetBeans and JavaFX Scene Builder were used to implement the system in java, javaFX,
MySQL, Hibernate technologies, MVC architecture and Object Oriented approach. Unified
Modeling Language was used for analysis and designs the system. Jasper reports used to report
generation. The proposed system is windows based solution.
The project will achieve the client’s functional and non-functional requirements and provide
an efficient and user friendly environment. The system has been provided excellent solution
to Order and Payment Management System activities.|
|Appears in Collections:||2016/2017 BIT Undergraduate thesis|
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