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Technology solution for Logistics and Supply Chain Management

BITS ZC423T: Project Work By ASHOK KUMAR.K BS ET ID No 2008 18TS 582

Project Work carried out at

Inspace Technology Pvt Ltd 38/96, AH Block, 4th Street Shanthi Colony, Anna Nagar Chennai-40


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Technology solution for Logistics and Supply Chain Management

BITS ZC423T: Project Work By ASHOK KUMAR.K BS ET ID No 2008 18TS 582 Project Work carried out at

Inspace Technology Pvt Ltd 38/96, AH Block, 4th Street Shanthi Colony, Anna Nagar Chennai 40

Submitted in partial fulfillment of B.S. Engineering Technology degree programme Under the Supervision of


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Annexure C: Certificate from the Supervisor

This is to certify that the BITS ZC423T Project Work entitled Technology solution for Logistics and Supply Chain Management is submitted by K.Ashok Kumar having ID No. 200818TS582 for the partial fulfillment of the requirements of B.S. Engineering Technology degree of BITS, embodies the bonafide work done by him under my supervision.


Signature of the Supervisor

SAMUEL RAJ ANBUDAIYAN TECHNOLOGY AUDITOR Inspace Technology Pvt Ltd 38/96, AH Block, 4th Street Shanthi Colony, Anna Nagar Chennai 40

Place: Chennai Date: 29 /10 / 2012


2008 18 TS 582 K.Ashok kumar Inspace Technology Pvt Ltd Shanthi Colony, Anna nagar,Chennai-40 Samuel Raj Anbudaiyan
Inspace Technology Pvt Ltd Shanthi Colony, Anna nagar,Chennai-40

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Technology solution for Logistics and Supply Chain Management ___________________________________________________________________________ ABSTRACT Broad Academic Area of Work Key words : : : Separate sheet attached Supply Chain Management Separate sheet attached

_______________________ Signature of the student Name : K.Ashok Kumar Date : 29.10.2012

__________________________ Signature of the Supervisor Name: Samuel Raj Anbudaiyan Date : 29.10.2012

Place : Chennai

Place : Chennai

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Technology solution for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Mr. Samuel Raj Anbudaiyan K.Ashok Kumar. FIRST SEMESTER 2012 13 2008 18 TS 582

Charles Darwin said: It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. The same is true for organizations in the new, globalized economy. Companies have to build flexibility into their supply networks to enable more rapid responses to ever-changing business conditions. Add to that todays changing trade compliance and sustainability issues, and the need for a responsive network becomes even more pressing. To help organizations the information age, with the introduction of sophisticated technologies, has made apparent vast Supply chain and logistics efficiencies. As a result, supply chain technology has been one of the fastest growing segments in the information field. The pace of change has been accelerating for transport and logistics organizations after global freight capacities eased over 200809. Their customers now want everything faster and more predictable. We came up with our concept of the project which was instantly accepted The project is done after a year of study and possible implementation stage The total initiative for the project is taken by Inspace technology thru myself and is provided a technology solution for SUPERMARKET PONNU BAZAAR AVADI CHENNAI Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is business management software that allows an organization to use a system of integrated applications to manage the business. ERP software integrates all facets of an operation, including development, manufacturing, sales and marketing. We are going to use RFID Tags for all the products. RFID promises to revolutionise supply chains and usher in a new era of cost savings, efficiency and business intelligence. It has the potential to improve efficiency and visibility, cut costs, delivers better asset utilisation, produce higher quality goods, reduce shrinkage and counterfeiting, and increase sales by reducing out-of-stocks.

______________________ Signature of the student Name : K.Ashok Kumar Date : 29.10.2012 Place : Chennai
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__________________________ Signature of the Supervisor Name: Samuel Raj Anbudaiyan Date : 29.10.2012 Place : Chennai

From the depth of my heart I express my deep sincere gratitude to the Almighty for the Blessings He had bestowed upon me to do this work. I am immensely pleased to place on record my profound gratitude and heartfelt thanks to my supervisor, Mr. Samuel Raj Anbudaiyan , BE (Computer Science), MBA (IT), for his guidance during my work at Inspace who suggested the problem, extended all facilities and provided inspiring guidance for the successful completion of my work. I deem it as my privilege to work under his able guidance. I ever remain grateful to him. I am thankful to Mr.ARUN. J, BE (Mechanical), MBA (Project Management) and others for providing me opportunity and suggestions received are beyond evaluation. I express my sincere thanks to our Dean Prof.Gurunarayananan and other BITS faculties who worked behind my success I am forever grateful to my friends and Mr. Magesh for their constant support and encouragement throughout my work. At this Juncture I think of my parents whose selfless sacrificial life and their great efforts with pain and tears and unceasing prayers has enabled me to reach the present position in life. I am forever indebted to my mother who planted the seed of idea to do higher studies and her encouragement in attaining my goal. Finally, I thank all those who have helped me directly or indirectly in the successful completion of my project work. Anyone missed in this acknowledgement are also thanked. Thank You


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BITS ZC423T Project Work EC-3 Final Evaluation Sheet


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Technology Solution for Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Project Work Final Evaluation (Please put a tick ( ) mark in the appropriate box) S No Evaluation Component Excellent Good Fair Poor 1. Final Project Work Report 2. Final Seminar and Viva-Voce S.No. Evaluation Criteria Excellent Good Fair Poor 1 Technical/Professional Competence 2 Work Progress and Achievements 3 Documentation and expression 4 Initiative and Originality 5 Research & Innovation 6 Relevance to the work environment Please ENCIRCLE the Recommended Final Grade: Excellent / Good / Fair / Poor

Remarks of the Supervisor:

Name Qualification Designation Employing Organisation and Location

Supervisor SAMUEL RAJ ANBUDAIYAN BE (Computer Science), MBA (IT) Technology Auditor Inspace Technology Pvt Ltd 38/96,AH Block,4th Street Shanthi Colony, Anna Nagar, Chennai-40 +91-9176660980

Additional Examiner ARUN. J BE (Mechanical), MBA (Project Management) Project Head Inspace Technology Pvt Ltd 38/96,AH Block,4th Street Shanthi Colony, Anna Nagar, Chennai-40 +91-9884419523

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SNo 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E 10 11 12 A Contents Business Enterprise Supermarket Business Functional Activities Core Processes Supply Chain Sub Systems Mapping Org Unit to Business Function Inspace technologies function Ponnu Super Bazaar Main entrance Ist Floor 2nd Floor 3rd Floor 4th Floor Super Customer Card Present Day technology Technology Solutions Wireless Access Point Page No

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This work provides a complete picture of the underlying skeletal structure that holds every supermarket business together while achieving its goals. The Supermarket model introduces a comprehensive framework for managing the complexity of a supermarket structure, and a reusable blueprint for visualizing how a supermarket company actually does business. The models clearly-defined core-processes and their functions provide a powerful baseline for improving business performance. By viewing a supermarket business as a single functional system, the nature of its underlying core processes becomes clear. Then by managing and improving them as parts of a single system, substantial improvements can be made on critical success factors, such as lead-time requirements and the precise availability of stock when needed, throughout the SUPPLY CHAIN. The method used to develop this Supermarket Model is a collaborative adaptation of an earlier technique called Integrated Modeling Method. That method showed how every business enterprise has the same inherent system structure. This new supermarket model incorporates basic elements of that method, with major improvements and a much clearer understanding of how a supermarket business operates in todays world-wide market environment.

Scope and Focus of the Supermarket A supermarket business enterprise is a large, very complex structure, involving many component entities: An array of repeat customers grouped in various local areas. A chain of retail stores. Various transportation systems. A set of warehouse distribution centers. An array of product suppliers under contract. A supermarket exists in a competitive environment, where it acts as a value-added intermediary between geographically dispersed supplier companies and the scattered individual customers who eventually buy their products. In carrying out its function, a supermarket business acquires and assembles a wide assortment of goods from individual suppliers, then organizes and distributes them asneeded to a chain of retail stores for sale to local customers. The supermarket model focuses on the work that is involved in physically handling stock as it makes the journey from supplier to customer. Although it references the business entities that are involved, the model does not include the life cycle development of the physical housing structures of warehouses, stores and trucks, or the equipment they employ. The model identifies key parameters that are involved, but this generic version does not include specifics, such as the actual number of product types that a store carries number of stores and warehouses, their sizes, etc. These are determined when the model is applied to a specific supermarket business. What is a Business Enterprise? As shown in Figure 1, a typical business enterprise exists in a competitive marketplace, where it acquires resources from its supplier market, adds value by transforming them into products or services, and sells the results to its customer market

A Supermarket A Supermarket is a business enterprise that provides a service. It does not produce a physical product of its own in the usual sense. Instead, it adds value by acquiring existing products from remotely-located suppliers, assembling them in regional warehouses, distributing them to local stores, and finally selling the suppliers products to local customers. Figure 2 shows the general flow of stock from suppliers, through the supermarket business to local customers.

Figure 2: Supermarket Business

A supermarkets CUSTOMERS are primarily local residents and small businesses that periodically need to replenish their stock of household products. A supermarkets SUPPLIERS are primarily producers of household products that are established far from the locations of their final customers. In effect, the supermarket provides a virtual marketplace that brings remote suppliers together with local customers. Given this arrangement, the supermarket product is its SUPPLY CHAIN.

Goods Received Payment done against Purchase Invoice

Stored in Warehouse

Payment received against Sales Invoice

Sales Order

Dispatched to Dealers

The Supermarket Structure The model portrays a supermarket as a functional system for doing business. As a system, the sequence of work performed in bringing products from remote suppliers to local customers involves certain discrete business entities. Each of these entities provides a critical link in the supermarket supply chain. Figure 3 identifies these

business entities as subsystem layers of the model, and defines the functional activities they perform.

Figure 3: Functional Activities This sequence of business entities provides an initial breakdown to define the structure of supermarket subsystem layers. To complete the overall structure of the supermarket model, the structure of subsystem layers is overlaid with a sequence of four core processes, which represent the life-cycle of a supermarket business. Figure 4 shows the four core processes in a time sequence, overlaid on the previouslydescribed subsystem layers.

CORE PROCESSES This sequence of business entities provides an initial breakdown to define the structure of supermarket subsystem layers. To complete the overall structure of the supermarket model, the structure of subsystem layers is overlaid with a sequence of four core processes, which represent the life-cycle of a supermarket business. Figure 4

shows the four core processes in a time sequence, overlaid on the previouslydescribed subsystem layers.

Figure 4: Core Processes The core process sequence begins by defining the business concept in terms of a detailed set of system requirements. This definition of requirements is then transformed into a tangible design, followed by constructing of the structures, procedures and contractual agreements that make up the business. The final core process shows how the resulting structures are employed to provision the actual supermarket service. To fulfill the original business concept, the four core processes are implemented over time. This four-stage development sequence comprises the lifecycle of the supermarkets business enterprise product. SUPPLY CHAIN A more detailed subsystem structure is required as a basis for defining the core process structures. The first task is to translate the Functional Activities to be Performed (from Figure 3) into the sequence of Basic Functional Steps that bring product stock from remote suppliers to local customers. As shown in Figure 5, these steps describe the essential SUPPLY CHAIN of the supermarket business.

Figure 5: Supply Chain SUB SYSTEMS As the blue Basic Functional Steps column shows, the physical properties of the supplier Stock remain unchanged throughout the sequence of sub process steps. The Stock goes through a sequence of actions that affect only its assigned properties, such as its location, accessibility, visibility, and purchase price.

The next task is to interpret the Basic Functional Steps as business subsystems, which portray the supply chain in terms of business structural requirements. In Figure 6, the terminology shifts from action steps to the state of supplier stock at each subsystem level. For each step in the supply chain, this indicates which business entity owns or is responsible for the stock, its physical location, and how it is being accessed

Figure 6: Subsystems Application of the Supermarket Model The supermarket model can be applied to all types and sizes of supermarket businesses. The model is intended to be used as a standardized template from which the unique characteristics of a specific supermarket business can be clearly identified.

The unique features of different types of supermarkets may vary, depending on size, location and stock assortment. Further, differences in core process structure may vary with a given supermarket, depending on product size, whether perishable, and supplier location. All of these differences can be viewed as variations on the common underlying theme presented in the supermarket model. This allows the standardized supermarket model to be employed as a baseline template for understanding and defining all supermarket situations. Example 1: The supply chain of a supermarket that acquires much of its stock from outside its own country might have additional steps in its supply chain for greater bulk shipping, customs receiving, and bulk warehouse storage. Example 2: The supply chain of a supermarket that acquires perishable stock to be delivered directly to its stores by local suppliers might eliminate the warehouse subsystem layers for that portion of its business. Supermarket Business Functions Each intersection of a subsystem with a core process forms an essential business function. These business functions define the business capabilities and actions that are required to satisfy the original business concept. Each business function embodies characteristics of both a core process and a subsystem. The core process dimension breaks down into a set of sub-processes that defines the sequence of work steps to be conducted in this portion of the supply chain. The subsystem dimension defines how resources and schedules are applied to accomplish that work. Business Function Decomposition The overall sequential flow of work performed by each core process determines the flow of work as it encounters its sequence of business functions. In that context, the work performed by a given business function is viewed as a sub-process of the overall core process, and details of the work within the business function appear as lowerlevel activities within that sub-process. The supermarket model provides a framework that clearly defines all business functions that are essential to the companys product life cycle and operation. Each of these well-defined business functions can then be decomposed into lower levels of detail using well-established process modelling methods and techniques. How Business Functions Relate to Organization Charts

The supermarket models subsystem/core process matrix can be applied to help realign a companys organization structure with its inherent functional structure. This framework provides a tool for reassigning management responsibilities toward the more clearly defined business functions. The business functions that are defined within the supermarket models structural framework can be mapped to those found on the companys organization chart, as indicated in Figure 13. A companys organization chart typically shows a hierarchy of lower level organization units whose responsibilities have evolved over time. The supermarket models matrix can bring to light any fragmentation of a function across multiple organization units, as well as ambiguous paths of authority over essential functional work.

Figure 7: Mapping Org Unit to Business Function

The supermarket models functional structure could be employed by ERP SOFTWARE PROVIDERS, whose current views are often based on business functions derived from an organization structure. Providing them with a more accurate view of the inherent structure of a SUPERMARKET BUSINESS TO MAKE THEIR SOLUTIONS MUCH MORE POWERFUL.

The supermarket model defines the inherent system structure that is common to every supermarket business. It provides an architectural framework of function and workflow that can be applied to better understand and improve a supermarkets business performance. By identifying the supermarkets complete core process and function structure, this model provides a highly efficient tool for more accurate business process identification, improvement and design.


Inspace a technology consulting company manages Medium/Large sized Enterprises across India where IT investments need clarity and optimal utilization. Inspace aims to achieve Optimal Performance with the IT Infrastructure of these organizations and Core Applications used by them. Inspace helps clients explore the power of technology and its applications for business needs and growth through specially designed services. Technology audit is performed with technology as the strength and with focus on the businessneeds. Inspace ventured into a new business model where it has partnership only with clients and not with any Principal company. The association with Principal companies is maintained at a level where the consultancy role can be justified. Inspace trains the existing vendors of various clients to achieve optimal performance and as a consulting company, Inspace gives the clients the best of choices in terms of products and services. Inspace also works with clients to enable the successful implementation of ERP to accelerate their growth in business. Vision & Mission Vision Inspace is committed to offer Technology Consulting Services to customers across the globe and to ensure that Technology Orientation is a catalyst to growth in business. Mission Inspace aims to increase productivity of clients by offering world class services and constantly improving it by performance optimization. Team Inspace has a management team with enormous capability to handle the designed services for the clients. They are professionally skilled with a lot of experience to ensure that there is a smooth work arrangement that is established with the clients and customer satisfaction is guaranteed.

Inspace ERP & software consulting and IPM service is a full fledged hand holding program which encompasses the following:

Identifying the Product/vendor based on business need/budget Creating a roadmap for implementation Create a Project Management Office Team (PMO) to implement as per roadmap Facilitate and train the users on the adoption of new technology through Change Management process

Inspace selects a few ERP products and solutions that are available in the market, suitable for the clients business needs and evaluate them to be used by the client, based on the technological environment.

Process The technology infrastructure is studied and the business process of the client is understood before implementation. Requirements are analyzed and documented. The project scope is defined. Then different products and solutions are analyzed meticulously and the process for the chosen products goes through several steps before implementation. The basic functionality of the product and the technology on which the product is based are considered. The vendor who supplies the product/solution is minutely scanned and checked for efficiency and reliability of product delivery. The prices of different products and solutions are also examined in great detail and the best deal is obtained for the clients for implementation.

Benefits The client gets the best ERP product and solution which is ideal for their needs and at the same time cost effective during and after implementation. ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS. While a departmental information system is usually related to a functional area, other information systems serve several departments or the entire enterprise. These information systems together with the departmental applications comprise the enterprisewide information system (EIS). One of the most popular enterprise applications is enterprise resources planning (ERP), which enables companies to plan and manage the resources of an entire enterprise. ERP systems present a relatively new model of enterprisewide computing (see Chapter 8). A special enterprise system that crosses several departments is the transaction processing system (TPS). The TPS automates routine and repetitive tasks that are critical to the operation of the organization, such as preparing a payroll or billing customers.

Ground Floor

Ground Floor has Vegetables, Fruits, Grocery Foods, Grocery Non Foods, Dairy Products & Frozen foods. These food items are maintained in correct temperature zones and are kept fresh and healthy for daily use.



1st Floor

First Floor has impressive collections for Men, Women and Kids. New born baby collections are in abundance. Branded Lingerie Collection and night wears has seperate sections.



2nd Floor

2nd Floor containing Mens wear and Sarees



3rd Floor has Gifts, Toys, Stationaries, Cosmetics, Fashion Jewellery, Books and Bags for the customers.


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4th Floor is a must to visit. It has Home Appliances, Household Articles, Kitchenwares and many more.


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Aggressive performance on 1D and 2D bar codes: patented illumination system and bright aimer enables fast omni-directional bar code reading, increasing productivity by eliminating the need to align bar code and mobile computer Backward compatibility with MC3000 accessories Upgrade to the MC3100 while preserving your existing MC3000 accessory investment Integrated UHF RFID Tag Allows enterprises to track and locate MC3100 devices New rugged audio jack A secure headset connector eliminates the static associated with wired headset cable movement; ensures voice quality and protects productivity in voicedirected applications Polycarbonate Insert Mold Decorated (IMD) keypad Greatly improves keypad durability: eliminates the potential to dislodge an individual key; printing under the polycarbonate layer protects keypad graphics against wear WLAN: 802.11a/b/g tri-mode radio; comprehensive Voiceover-WLAN support Enables cost-effective voice and data connectivity in the office and in hot spots; easy integration with virtually any WLAN; CCX v4 certified; supports IPV6; supports 802.11a for voice and data interference mitigation WPAN: Bluetooth v2.1 with EDR Provides a wireless connection to printers and more; provides additional throughput (up to 3 Mbps), improved security and additional profiles for expanded connectivity to more device types Keypad options: 28-key numeric; 38-key shifted alpha, 48-key alphanumeric Flexibility to standardize on a single device family, yet meet diverse user and application needs

Comprehensive centralized management Compatibility with Motorola Mobility Services Platform (MSP) and Motorola Mobility Suite provides superior centralized and remote management of all devices anywhere in the world from a single console The best place for your managers and sales associates to be is on the sales floor interacting with your customers. By combining Motorola mobile computers and wireless infrastructure with partner applications, Motorola Store Associate Solutions get retail store managers, store clerks and supervisors out from behind their desks and onto the sales floor, boosting both productivity and customer satisfaction INVENTORY MANAGEMENT USING MOBILE COMPUTING

From loading dock to cash register, Motorola Inventory Management Solutions put you in control of your inventory. By combining mobile computers, wireless infrastructure and radio frequency identification (RFID) tag inlays and readers with partner applications, our solutions help ensure that your inventory is tracked accurately and efficiently every single step of the way






















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