Introduction of Order Management System

Posted By freeproject on July 28, 2016

An order management system is to developed on C# to execute securities orders in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Brokers and dealers use this system when filling orders for many types of securities and are able to track each order throughout the system.The Order Management System can help to efficient order entry and order processing for retailers. Customers can easily keep their product listings and inventory up to date with the click of a button. Included variety of online reports and statistics that help the keep's performance and better understand online customer behavior. Best of all, the Order Management System is web based, so a customers can access all of their information from anywhere they have net connection. The Aim of this project is to develop that is used for order entry and processing. Orders can be received from businesses, or a mix of both, depending on the products. Offers and pricing will be done by catalogs and sites. The Customer will get a reference Number, while tracking the order and before ordering the customer should register his details where he will get a permanent id of Registration, after verifying and identifying of the customer. This system is taken to stop the malicious user, after complete verification about the customer then the permanent id of Registration will be given, customer will be given a Login id and password, a customer can place order after entering his login area using his Login id and password.

Keeping all records in forms. This system can also helps to execute orders in an efficient, secured and cost-effective manner. The main objective for developing this project is to manage all the records of product information, descriptions and quantities. It can help to keep track customers order, accounts, billing, payments, delivery etc. The system allows to manage automated transactions with customer community from order planning, to order creation, to the tracking and reconciliation of orders with invoices and payments.