Sistem Monitoring Persediaan Barang Menggunakan Metode Reorder Point (Studi Kasus: Toko Harian Intan)
AbstractIntan Daily Market is a grocery store located in the city of Pekanbaru. This market has several problems that often occur in the sale or supply of goods. The problem experienced by this shop is the problem of monitoring the amount of stock of goods, because the shop owner only imagines in ordering goods, this can lead to incorrect predictions on the capacity of the warehouse, resulting in the supply of some goods often occur excess or deficiency. In addition, the transaction data processing that is still done manually can result in delays in information of goods. The delay in information on the availability of goods complicates the buying and selling process undertaken. To overcome this problem, a web-based inventory monitoring system was created using the reorder point method. The Reorder Point (ROP) method is a time when a company must reorder before the inventory in the warehouse is exhausted. To use the reorder point method, this daily shop requires maximum sales value, average sales, lead time, and safety stock. Based on the results of the User Acceptance Test (UAT) conducted 2 times, it states that all user needs have been met as a whole. Then in the store owner's opinion the system is easy to use, the quality of the system is good and provides accurate information of 72%. Keywords: Reorder Point (ROP)
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