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Introduction
1.Introduction to system
2.Scope of the system
3.Propose system.

MOBILE SHOP
The Mobile Shop is the process of managing the order details of the customer as well
as the customer details.
On the basis of the requirement /need, suitability and availability, the appropriate
option is chosen. The basic purpose of The Mobile Shop is to reduce the time early it use to
need as well as paper work.
So to have the smooth functioning of the activities provided in a successful manner,
the management is equally essential.
Here management deals with the automation of all customers. We have the facility to

In this way the computerization of the system helps the owner to make the work
easier and faster, which in turn makes the system user-friendly. Security is also provided.
The software is simple to use even for a person having no knowledge about computers.

SCOPE OF THE SYSTEM


The system is limited to single agency use only because it performs all the operations
according to the requirement of the user & his business. It involves operations which
generate the required results viz., Taking Order, Making Bill, etc. It provides the user the
facility of maintaining the detailed information about the Customer as well as the order
placed by him.
At the time of registration the user needs to fill all information of the customer
details, etc. After this process the user is given the required bill. An e-catalogue is also
provided in the system which helps the customer to place the accurate order.
The System is very efficient for single user as it provides the facilities according to the
need.

PROPOSED SYSTEM
The existing system had many difficulties in maintaining the data regarding
customer details, taking orders, etc.
Considering the manual system we released the need of computerization that
can change and enhance the performance of the system with addition of the some useful
operations & which will help to maintain data more conveniently & could get access to
the data required on one click. These operations are mainly concerned to the following:-

Large amount of data can be handled and stored.


Ready access of data to the user.
Quick and easy reporting capability.
Information stored can be modified according to needs.
High security can be provided against unauthorized access.
Thus the scope of the system extends to formulation and the implementation of
effective system for maintaining the detailed information about the customer and
contents.
Thus this system involves following main operations

maintaining all the

master databases, providing information about the date of delivery of the order
placed, generates necessary reports like reports regarding customer report, bill report,
etc.

2. Analysis
1. FACT FINDING TECHNIQUES
There are four fact finding techniques. Fact finding techniques are used for finding,
collecting information from individual or from group members in an organization. Fact
finding techniques are following:Observation :This method is very useful and helpful. Direct observation gives the view of the system
and how the work proceeds. Although continuous observation is not possible for the reason
the person does not like to be disturbed or his work to be scrutinized.
So, we have studied the existing system in its operational mode, for which we have
visited various automobile showrooms. This helps us a lot to understand the flow of system.
Record Reviews :The records were scanned and what reports are actually expected were found out. There
were many mistakes in the records and changes made were not reflected on all files. But still
record review was of much help in understanding the transactions and the outputs expected
from the system.
Interviews :The method of fact finding was especially helpful for gathering information from
individuals. Interviews allowed us to discover areas of misunderstanding, unrealistic
expectations and even indications of resistance to proposed system. We considered not
only the information that was acquired during an interview, but also its significance.

2. FEASIBILITY STUDY
The main objective of the feasibility study is to test the technical , operational &
economical feasibility of developing a computer system.
This is done by investigating the existing system and general ideas about a new
system. Thus feasibility of any system may be viewed from the following three angles
:
Technical feasibility.
Operational feasibility.
Economical feasibility.

TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY :Technical feasibility is mostly concerned with whether the system proposed for
development can be computerized. It is always desired to select best package that will be
easy to implement for system designing and must be flexible as possible with other
programmers or outside developers and as possible to user.
The system has been developed in and Ms-Access. Available hardware configuration
is sufficient for developing software. So, the system is technically feasible.

OPERATIONAL FEASIBILITY :The proposed system will simplify almost all operations of the agency.
The system is user friendly and it is easily accessible to its users. The system will
reduce most of paper work resulting in improvement of quality of work.

It is menu driven system is much easier to operate , since interface of the


system and screen display is quite clear , the system must operate in
cyclical frequency of transaction. Thus the system developed is operationally
feasible.
ECONOMICAL FEASIBILITY :The technique of chose feasibility analysis is used to access economic feasibility. It
was found that the proposed system is more cost efficient as the available resources are
being used and no spending is being done.
Proposed or developing system is to be justified by cost and benefit analysis to
ensure that the project will give the best return.
Thus we see that the system is economically feasible.

3.Hardware Requirement:
Microprocessor: Pentium IV (CPU-486(100) MHz or above).
Hard Disk: 10 GB recommended.
RAM: 64 MB or more.
Mouse: Logitech or any other.
Printer: Inkjet or any other.
Key Board: Hewlett Packard (104 Keys).

4.Software Requirement:
Operating System: Windows 2000/7, Windows XP Professional.
Front End: Java NetBeans.
Back End: SQL Server 2008.

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ERD

Payment

To

Provid

Distributor

Pay

Mobile

To

Mobile Shop

Has
To

Customer

Available

Employee

Is a
Buy

Manager

Pay

Bill

To

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Accountant

DFD

Context Level Diagram

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ACTIVITY

Customer Visit Shop

Enquiry Item
Not Available
Available
Buy Product

Pay Amount

Taken Bill

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USE CASE DIAGRAM

Enquiry Item

Manger

Buy Product

Customer

Sales Product

Supplier

Given / Taken
Bill

Given / Taken
Amount

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Account

DATA DICTIONARY

Table Name: mobile details


Data Element

Data

Data

Type

Size

Mobi_id

number

Mobile Id (Primary Key)

Mobi_co

text

50

Name of company

Mobi_model

text

50

Mobile model name

Mobi_ava_color

number

10

Mobile available color

Mobi_price

number

10

Mobile price

text

50

Mobile image path

Mobi_img_path

Description of data element

Table Name: Supplier


Data Element

Data

Data

Type

Size

number

Supplier Id (Primary Key)

Supname

text

50

Name of Supplier

supaddress

text

50

Supplier Address

supphoneno

number

50

Supplier Address

text

50

Supplier City

Supid

Supcity

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Description of data element

Table Name:Sales
Data Element

Bill_id
Bill_date
Cus_name
Cus_add
Cus_conno
Cus_city
Item_id

Data

Data

Type

Size

Number
date

4
20

Sales ID(Primary Key)


Mobile bill date

30

Customer name

text

50

Customer address

number

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Cusmtore contact number

text

30

Customer city

number

mobile item id(FK)

Text

Description of data element

IMEI_no

varchar

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Mobile IMEI number

Bat_no

varchar

25

Mobile battery number

25

Mobile charger number

Ch_no

varchar

Mobi_sprice

number

20

Mobile price

vat

number

15

Mobile vat

Tot_amt

number

25

Mobile total amount

Table Name:Purchase
Data Element

Data

Data

Type

Size

Number
Date

4
10

Purchase ID(Primary Key)


Date

Text

50

Supplier name

supid

Number

Supplier ID

Tot_amt

Number

50

Total amount

Pur_id
date
Sup_name

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Description of data element

Table Name: purchaseitem_details


FIELD
NAME
Item_id
Pur_id
Qty
Pprice
amt

DESCRIPTION

DATA TYPE

DATA SIZE

Item ID
Purchase id
quantity
Purchase price
amount

Number
Number
Number
Number
Number

4
4
4
4
4

Table name: mobi_feature


FIELD
NAME
Feature_id
Android
Dual_sim
N_3G
touch
Wi_fi
Bluetooth
camera

DESCRIPTION

DATA TYPE

DATA SIZE

Mobile feature
andriod
Dual sim
N_3G
Touch
Wi_Fi
Bluetooth
Camera

Number
Text
Text
Text
Text
Text
Text
Text

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

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5.Form Design
LogIn Form

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MDI FORM

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ADD MOBILE FORM

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PURCHASE FORM

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MOBILE SALE FORM

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REPORT
PURCHASE REPORT

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SALES REPORT

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MOBILE DETAILS

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6.Advantages and Disadvantages


Advantages
Large amount of data can be handled and stored.
Ready access of data to the department.
Quick and easy reporting capability.
Information stored can be modified according to needs.

Disadvantages
The scope of the system is limited.
This is a single user system.

7.Future Enhancement
A system is developed according to user requirements and maximum care is taken to see that
it satisfy most of them. However in due courses the system is used, it undergoes changes.
Moreover as the environment in which the system operates, changes has to be introduce in
system. The user requirement may also change with time and it become necessary to change
the system in order to fulfill these new requirements which may be true in this Vehicle
Showroom also.
The present system takes into account only one agency. But it is possible to further
consider the aspects like big agencies etc.
The present system is single user system. Enhancement can be made of multi user
environments so that the system can be implemented on the network.

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just limiting its scope to the single use only , by just making the necessary enhancements
in the current system, which will help expanding the scope of the system.

8.Bibliography
Before and at the time of developing computerized MOBILE SHOP following books
are gears us seem important guide lines for developing and documenting a project report.
System Analysis, Design and Introduction to Software Engineering
By B.W.Khalkar & S.Parthsarthy
BOOK AND NOTES PREFREED BY APTECH
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