A Website with Ordering and Inventory System for XYZ Organic Shop

  • Annie Vironica F De Guzman Trinity University of AsiaCollege of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines
  • Earl Joseph Y Llave College of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines
  • Nicole Anne Saludo College of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines
  • Bryan B. Barut College of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines
  • Victoria M Reyes STI College Bacoor, Philippines
  • Roman B. Villones College of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines
  • Suzette C. Crisostomo College of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines

Abstract

 The study's objective is to create an online ordering system for the XYZ Organic Shop. It is to construct and develop an online shop system that will assist Picky Organic Shop and its employees in marketing their business through an e-commerce platform to increase their popularity.


The Agile methodology enables the efficient construction of all system development components by prioritizing client requirements and expected system structure. Agile Methodology is utilized by the proponents because it enables them to identify the relevant enhancements and improvements suggested and requested by the client in relation to the functionality and design of the system for Picky Organic Shop.


Overall, the XYZ Organic Shop's online ordering system is advantageous for its ability to assist customers in acquiring their desired products in a contemporary setting, as it is convenient and uncomplicated. In addition, it indicates that the system's average score was 4.0 and that it is Acceptable based on the functionality evaluation criteria. Also, it demonstrates how dependent the modern world is, which can help this business gain a foothold in the e-commerce world.


Based on the process of evaluation result, the system is effective and efficient. This results in a streamlined purchasing experience for both front-end and back-end users, as customers can quickly obtain their desired items via the front-end website and back-end users can easily monitor item quantities and receive alerts when a product shortage is imminent.


In the event that a customer raises a concern, future expansion may include a more refined customer service department as well as additional payment options. The system's capability to verify the authenticity of consumer reviews is also a potential area for development.


This process will eventually result in customers receiving their desired products, offers, and services, which will presumably attract more attention to the small business, resulting in a profit increase.


 

Author Biographies

Annie Vironica F De Guzman, Trinity University of AsiaCollege of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines

Annie Vironica F. De Guzman was a graduate of Trinity University of Asia's College of Engineering and Information Sciences. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology in the year 2022.

Earl Joseph Y Llave, College of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines

 Earl Joseph Y. Llave completed his studies at Trinity University of Asia's College of Engineering and Information Sciences and graduated with honors. He was able to complete the requirements for his Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology.

Nicole Anne Saludo, College of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines

Nicole Anne Saludo after completing her studies at Trinity University of Asia's College of Engineering and Information Sciences. In the year 2022, she was able to successfully fulfill the requirements for her Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology.

Bryan B. Barut, College of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines

Bryan B. Barut following the completion of his studies at Trinity University of Asia's College of Engineering and Information Sciences. He was able to complete all of the requirements necessary to earn his Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology in 2022.

Victoria M Reyes, STI College Bacoor, Philippines

Ms. Victoria M. Reyes is a Master in Information Technology graduate and currently works as an IT instructor.   She specializes in system analysis, design, and software engineering.  

Roman B. Villones, College of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines

Roman B. Villones holds a Master's degree in Information Technology and is presently employed as an IT instructor at the College of Engineering and Information Sciences at Trinity University of Asia.  His principal areas of expertise include software engineering, system analysis, and design.

Suzette C. Crisostomo, College of Engineering and Information Sciences, Trinity University Asia, Philippines

Suzette C. Crisostomo is currently employed as an IT instructor at the College of Engineering and Information Sciences at Trinity University of Asia and possesses a Master's degree in Information Technology.  Software engineering, system analysis, and design constitute her areas of expertise. 

Published
2024-04-21
How to Cite
DE GUZMAN, Annie Vironica F et al. A Website with Ordering and Inventory System for XYZ Organic Shop. International Journal of Computing Sciences Research, [S.l.], v. 8, p. 2749-2765, apr. 2024. ISSN 2546-115X. Available at: <//stepacademic.net/ijcsr/article/view/455>. Date accessed: 20 may 2024.
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