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    • In Partial fulfillment of the Requirements of the subject Vertical Solution
    • Table of Contents
      • I. Chapter 1
      • Company Background
      • Statement of the Problem
      • Objectives of the System
      • Significance of the Study
      • Scope and Limitation
      • II. Chapter 2
      • Use Case Diagram of the Existing System
      • Process Walkthrough
      • Activity Diagrams of the Existing System
      • Process time vs. Cycle Time (based on process walkthrough)
      • Geographic flowchart
      • III. Chapter 3
      • Table of Recommendations (based on Activity Diagram in Chapter 2)
      • Benchmarking
      • Streamlining
      • Use Case Diagram of the Proposed System
    • Chapter 1 – Organizing for Improvement
      • Profile: Marksman is a store located in Makati Cinema Square (MCS) They retail products such as Gun parts, Gun accessories, Tactical Gear and many more
      • Mission: To provide the latest Gun Parts & Accessories, Tactical Gear, and Apparel
      • Vision: To be one of the known store/retailer of these brands and products.
    • Statement of the Problem:
      • Since it only has one branch, it can only provide products for the people who have time to go to their store and purchase it personally
    • Objective of the System:
      • To have its own e-commerce store
      • By creating the online store
    • Significance of the Study:
      • Additional sources of revenue without gaining too much cost
      • Can now provide to a broader market that can also establish their name on their industry.
      • As for the groups, this study will enhance their knowledge on vertical market solution.
      • It is also for the enhancement of each members critical thinking
    • Scope and Limitation:
      • The study was base on the Buying Process of the Marksman.
      • Everything that is outside the buying process such as products inventories, supplier’s relationship, returning and exchanging of goods are not included on this study
    • Chapter 2 – System Analysis
      • Use Case of Existing System:
      • The customer will go to the store and look for a product he need.
      • Once the customer fined what he was looking, the customer will purchase it to the Store personnel.
      • Once the receipt is being issued and received what he purchased, the customer leaves the store.
    • Costumer Marksman Store Personnel Received Product Buy Product Look for Product
    • Process Walkthrough:
      • Buying Process (Current)
      • Customer travels to the store
      • Once the customer arrives, he checks our or browses for products
      • If he or she fins something interesting, demonstration is possible (example: fitting a shirt or apparel)
      • If he or she likes it, the person purchases it.
      • The customer now leaves the store and travels to his next destination.
    • Process Walkthrough:
      • Buying Process (With the Proposed System)
      • Customer logs in the website
      • Searches and browses through the available products
      • Customer looks at the description of the interested product
      • Customer clicks buy/order product to make the purchase.
      • After, the customer now logs out.
    • Activity Diagram of Existing System:
      • Narrative of Activity Diagram of Marksman Existing System
      • The customer will go to the store.
      • Once inside, the customer will look for a product that he needed and inquire about it.
      • Once the customer already chooses which product he will purchase, he will go to the Store cashier.
      • The cashier will record the transaction then issue a receipt.
      • The customer can get his product and leave the store.
    • Go to Store Look for Products Inquire about Products Choose Product to purchase Get product Issue receipt Record transaction Marksman Store Personnel Buyer
    • Process time vs. Cycle Time (based on process walkthrough)
      • a) Travel Time:
      • Actual Time: Depending on location Target Time: 0 Minutes
      • b) Search products/browse products
      • Actual Time: 5 Minutes Target Time: Same
      • c) Demo the product of choice
      • Actual Time: 5 Minutes Target Time: N/A
      • d) Purchase product
      • Actual Time: 3 Minutes Target Time: 1 Minute or less
    • Geographic flowchart
    • Chapter 3 – System Design
      • Table of Recommendation:
    • Benchmarking
      • Location: Basement, Makati Cinema Square, Pasong Tamo St. Makati City. Philippines
      • Twin Pines is the closest rival of Marksman.
      • The only thing Twin Pines have, which Marksman doesn’t sell are gun parts
      • The two stores are very similar as they have similar mission and visions as well.
    • Benchmarking
      • it is the closest rival of marksman
      • Other than Twin Pines, Marksman pretty much doesn’t have any competitors
    • Time Table
    • Time Table
      • Marksman aims to have a maximum customer satisfaction.
      • Knows that they should listen and adapt to the different needs and wants of their customers
      • The company’s products/services should be improved
      • The Marksman and Twin Pines both aims to satisfy the customer needs
      • The company may have a risk in doing the actual time and have a possibility losing sales profit
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    • Streamlining
      • Automation And/or Mechanization
      • We have proposed to build an e-commerce website for Marksman
      • Process Cycle-time Reduction
      • By creating an e-commerce website, customers wouldn’t waste time traveling the distance ending up with nothing
    • Use Case Diagram of the Proposed System
      • Use Case Narrative of Proposed System.
        • On the proposal system, Marksman Store will have an E-commerce website where it can post its products.
        • The customers who are now divided into two: Customers and Internet Customers can look for the product.
        • Once they choose a product, the customer, which buys from the store, can pay to the Sales Representative and then get his purchased item.
        • The Internet Customer need to log-in to the website and validate his payment before the Sales Representative can process his order and ship it.
        • Once the shipment has made, the Internet Customer will wait until the product reach to his place.
    • Use Case Diagram of the Proposed System
    • Activity Diagram of the Proposed System
      • Narrative of Activity Diagram of Marksman Proposed System
      • On store:
      • The buying process on the store will remain the same.
      • The customer will go to the store.
      • Once inside, the customer will look for a product that he needed and inquire about it.
      • Once the customer already chooses which product he will purchase, he will go to the Store Personnel (cashier).
      • The cashier will record the transaction then issue a receipt.
      • The customer can get his product and leave the store.
    • Activity Diagram of the Proposed System
      • Online:
      • The customer will go to the Marksman on line store by accessing the Internet.
      • Once inside the website, the internet customer will log-in his username and password. If the website doesn’t allow the customer to log-in, he will create an account.
      • When he already log-in, the customer can now scan the product and choose the thing he want to purchase.
      • After choosing, the customer will now order and encode his card number as a payment.
      • The website will validate the customer payment before it will send an order to the Store Personnel If the payment wasn’t validated, the website will tell the customer that his payment wasn’t successful and needed to input another card number.
      • Once the payment already validated, the online store will notify the Store Personnel that there is an order and he will receive the customer’s payment.
      • Then, the store personnel will ship the product to the customers place.
      • The process will end when the Internet customer already received his ordered product.
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    • END
    • Submitted By: Evan Severino Ellen Evangelista Jerome Jose Deep Brar