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Running head: ALLIANCE SUPERMARKET AND POINT-OF-SALE (POS) SYSTEMS1Alliance Supermarket and Point-of-Sale (POS) SystemsClinton LeeBUS 644 Operations ManagementInstructor: Thomas BadleyApril 29th, 2019
Alliance Supermarket and Point-of-Sale (POS) SystemsAlliance Supermarket and Point-of-Sale (POS) SystemsAlthough, Alliance Supermarket is completing their inventory punctually exhausting the Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems the business is still dealing with various issues, such as unexpectedconsumer demand of certain products, which has to be eliminated.IntroductionThus, it is important to Al Beck to receive assistance in evaluating the capacity of every machinefacility, as well as the capacity of the scheme. Also, it is essential to understand where the focusof the business’s strength and struggles might be, in order to help Al Beck to enlarge capacity.Hence, it is essential to conclude if and if not extra capacity is necessary and possible minus anyother process ending up being the bottleneck. Lastly, recommendations are offered to Al Beck toincrease capacity without buying any new machinery.Here the information at the present time at Beck Manufacturing and Plant to determine allrequested subjects:“OperationNumber of MachinesRun Time per Piece (min.)% Reject RateMilling523Grinding735Boring 3312Drilling62.57” (Vonderembse, M.A., & White, 2013, Ch 8 Summary). Also, since the business is running two shifts, the operational time is 960 min divided by each piece running time.April 29, 2019
Alliance Supermarket and Point-of-Sale (POS) SystemsFormulate new and innovative uses of the information from the POS system, which assiststhe business serving their customers better by making sure that sufficient numbers ofevery article are accessible, prize is low, and consumers have knowledge of good availableto them.The Alliance supermarket is working with the Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems, which can beexhausted in newer and more innovative ways. The CEO Al Beck should get away fromgrouping every store at one, and ultimately stock the market needed items by previous historyand statistics information. In the future it is essential to knowledge about goods bought bycustomers through habits and by season. For example: In the summer consumers use sunscreen