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PROPOSAL
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DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
Of
Inventory Management System for Boutique

As per our discussion about your business requirements, we are pleased to offer you one of our products named “Inventory Management System (IMS)” for your convenience in managing your business. The System
Inventory Management System (IMS) will be an intelligent software to control all your process flows of inventory. First of all products (Finished Suites) will be defined in system with their unique item code and every suite will have different colors. In this way, IMS will track every suite along with its color so that management can view at any time about stock position of any color of any suite.
Suites can be added in stock through purchase. Every purchase bill will have its number, date and other information for future tracking. Different stores will also be managed in IMS so that we can chose any store we want to put the stock in.
Suites once added through purchase will be available for sale. Once sale invoice is booked, inventory in every store will be updated accordingly.
Inventory subsection of IMS will track record of inventory in every store and then an accumulative inventory will also be available at any time.
Production section can also be incorporated in IMS. If production section is required, process flow will be a bit different. Raw materials will also be defined in IMS and coded uniquely. Raw materials will then be linked with finished products (Dopatta, Lining, Shalwar) etc. For example, if we say item number
1001(Embroided Dopatta), color blue will be made through, Blue Color Fabric, Embroidery on that, Blue
Color Thread etc. In this case when one blue dopatta will be added in inventory, it will automatically substract Blue Color Fabric, Emboridery and Thread from stock

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