1.4 Objective of the study1.4.1 General objective To develop an Automated Inventory Systems that allows RAB Telecom employees to input their inventory and track the products that are delivered and sold.
Can also be used to access and organize data in a quick and efficient manner.1.4.2 Specific objective To provide a computerized system that can add, edit, save, delete, search, and update files.
Help control the inflow and out flow of the company products. It will also help to determine the profit and loss of the company.Make it easier to track down the purchases, expenses and inventory recordEliminate redundant and inconsistent data1.3 Statement of the problem 1.3.
1 General problem RAB Telecom handles and keeps records of their product inventories using old and traditional manual system. Processes and activities are quite tedious to perform. Record-keeping is poor and prone to errors.1.
3.2 Specific problem The study aims to answer problems faced by the personnel of RAB Telecom that needs immediate solutions. Specifically, the study encountered the following related problems.1.Data inconsistencies due to manual writing of record.
2.Problem in searching records manually 3.Transactions consume more time. 4.Insufficient security of backups.
5. he use of the term conceptual framework crosses both scale (large and small theories)  and contexts (social science, marketing, applied science, art  etc.). Its explicit definition and application can therefore vary. Conceptual frameworks are particularly useful as organizing devices in empirical research.
One set of scholars has applied the notion of conceptual framework to deductive, empirical, research at the micro- or individual study level.They employ American football plays as a useful metaphor to clarify the meaning of conceptual framework (used in the context of a deductive empirical study). A football play is a “plan of action” that simultaneously connects to a yardage goal andndirects the movement of the players on the ground. Likewise, conceptual frameworks are abstract representations, connected to the research project's goal that direct the collection and analysis of data (on the plane of observation – the ground). Critically, a football play is a “plan of action” tied to a particular, timely, purpose, usually summarized as long or short yardage. Shields and Rangarajan argue that it is this tie to “purpose” that make American football plays such a good metaphor.
They define a conceptual framework as “the way ideas are organized to achieve a research project’s purpose.”  Like football plays conceptual frameworks are connected to a research purpose. Explanation  is the most common type of research purpose employed in empirical research. The formal hypothesis is the framework associated with explanation. Explanatory research usually focuses on “why” or “what caused” a phenomena to occur. Formal hypotheses posit possible explanations (answers to the why question) that are tested by collecting data and assessing the evidence (usually quantitative using statistical tests).
For example Kai Huang  wanted to determine what factors contributed to residential fires in U.S. cities.Three factors were posited to influence residential fires. These factors (environment, population and building characteristics) became the hypotheses or conceptual framework he used to achieve his purpose – explain factors that influenced home fires in U.S.