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NR Sales & Inventory Introduction

NR Sales & Inventory is a fully functional inventory system with over 30,000 part numbers currently in the system. Designed and written for Norman Richards Pty Ltd.

About

NR Sales & Inventory was created from the ground up by Joseph Homshaw (Homtek Software's director and senior software architect) for Norman Richards Pty Ltd (trading as NR Seals).

NR Seals is a 100% Privately owned Australian company, established in 1978, with arguably the most comprehensive range of metric and imperial Hydraulic & Pneumatic seals in Australia.


Used Technologies

We have a streamline work process that defines business growth. HomTek Software is using some microsoft technologies

Microsoft .Net Development

NR Sales & Inventory is written in C# and VB.Net on the .Net Framework.

MS SQL Server

NR Sales & Inventory is using MS SQL Server for the database.

Progress

UI Components for all .NET and JavaScript Frameworks

CSLA.NET

The CSLA .NET framework is an application development framework that reduces the cost of building and maintaining applications.


Features

Here are just a few of the features within the sales and inventory system.

Software Updater

The updater will keep your software up to date. If the software is not on your system, then the updater will install it for you.

Dynamic Catalogues

Catalogues can be dynamically created in under 40 seconds straight from inventory. The NR Sales system generates two catalogues with close to 700 pages each.

Stock Control

The system intelligently scans to see how popular the item is.


Requirements (Windows OS)

The system is windows based, however, HomTek Software is planning on an ASP.Net Core Razor or Blazor implementation.
For more information on ASP.Net Core and Blazor refer below:

Name URL
ASP.Net MVC Core https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/mvc/overview?view=aspnetcore-3.1
ASP.Net Core Blazor https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/blazor/?view=aspnetcore-3.1

Note!

HomTek Software will most likely implement a Blazor UI moving forward to compliment the windows client.