Free inventory with code
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With our Free inventory with code, the learners will enjoy a great application that orders and sell items, generate revenues, discard or return damaged items and get concession per deal.
The process starts with adding Category, then Item. The create purchase order section makes the purchase order against the shipper and arrange a proper shipment date.After purchase order has been made, there comes a process of verifying the shipping.The last module deals with the selling items to the customers.
The project has been made in Asp.Net and it is open source which means you can also add your own modules.
We only ask you to give attribution to our site when you are using it commercially or teaching purpose. The software is absolutely free and the interface is quite straight-forward.
Let’s tell you something about inventory software:
Stock administration programming or inventory control system is a software based framework for following stock levels, requests, deals and deliveries. It can be utilized as a module of the business to make a work request, bill of materials and other creation related reports. Organizations utilize stock administration programming to maintain a strategic distance from item overload and blackouts.It is frequently connected with the whole sellers and the buyers
1. User authentication or registering with password change
2. The add new category module
3. The add item relative to the category
4. Making purchase order
5. Item shipment
6. Selling item(s)
System requirements for the application to work
1.Net Framework 4.0, 4.5(Desirable)
2. IIS 7.5 or 8.0
3. Windows Vista/7/8 or Windows Server 2008 onwards
4. 32 or 64 bit operating system with at least 2.0 GB RAM and speed 2+ GB
5. Asp.Net applications selected in IIS dialog under web development
Here is the free project download link without any surveys and other software installation. But remember! We hold the rights to use anything freely or add something, but you have to give us attribution if you are using it commercially.