IJMTES – STOCK LOCATION TRANSFER

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : K.Poornima | R.K.Vinodha | M.Saraswathi unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 08 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 22-23

Abstract – It is the application that is used to transfer the stocks from one location to another location in a particular warehouse. This application is mainly designed in order to make the transferring of stocks easier. This application comes under the supply chain management of enterprise resource planning. Every organization has their own project and their warehouses for stock supply to carry out their project. The stocks are arranged in their warehouse depending upon their project need which is mentioned here as a job. Our application is mainly based on a construction company where a construction company has different project and they have different stocks to be used for their construction purpose. A person can move their stocks from one location to another with this stock location transfer application. Stocks are here classified as dimensional stocks and non dimensional stocks. Dimensional stocks are one in which the stocks have dimensions like length breadth etc. These dimensional stocks are further classified as linear and non linear stocks. Linear stocks are one which has only one dimension to be calculated and non linear stocks have many dimension to be calculated. This application also supports the view of stocks that is being transferred. This viewing of stock is achieved through various search parameters.

Keywords— stock, material, job, warehouse, transfer, location 

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