What are the scope and limitation in point of sales and inventory system in a thesis

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Connor Sephton answered
It is going to be very difficult for you to find an answer that can provide you with all of the information that you need for this question. Websites such as http://www.oppapers.com/subjects/scope-and-limitation-of-sales-and-inventory-thesis-and-term-papers-page4.html are able to give you pieces of information on different aspects of the question that you are trying to find an answer for, the scope and limitation of sales are likely to be provided within different documents that you should be able to find.

  • Scope

The scope of sales is connected to the nature of sales. This is the way in which the management team go around ensuring that as many sales as possible are to be made and that there is to be a profit within the company to ensure that they are to be successful.

  • Limitation

The limitations of sales are different for many companies, however, there are going to be different legal aspects that all sales teams have to ensure that they abide by and do not have any trouble with. This is to ensure that the company is to be as successful as possible and that they are not to encounter any problems.

  • Inventory system

This is the way in which a company decides the products that they need to invest in and the way in which they are going to come up with a plan for them.

Understanding all aspects of a company that works within sales isn’t going to be as difficult as you may think, and there are going to be many different resources that you are able to find online and within different books to ensure that you have as much knowledge as you need.
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Emily Lauren answered

POS system is the point of sale system which was replaced instead of the cash register and it mainly implemented in many retail stores, restaurants, lodges and so on. They not only see the work of cash register but also keeps track of all inventories, stock details, record keeping, reporting, sales, and payroll, keeps tracks of past order history, employee time and transactions. But the pos system may be costlier than the cash register system and pos malware that keeps targeting the pos system to make the point of sale prone to security breaches which affect the business would be the major issue in it. 

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