An Advancement in Paper Receipts the Electronic Receipt Administration Framework

Vimal Kumar Stephen. K, V. Mathivanan

Abstract


The issue our group locations is best conveyed in the accompanying inquiry: Given the quantity of dealers, shoppers, and money related organizations in the U.S., how might we assemble a recordkeeping framework that enhances the ease of use, availability, and supportability of customer exchange records. A current review demonstrates that 80% of the U.S. populace gets one to three receipts a day, 11% of which promptly escape With America's retailers creating roughly 228.7 million pounds of receipt paper every year, this means 22.87 million pounds of paper that in a flash move toward becoming refuse . Promote, the present framework does not make receipts promptly open to traders and shoppers when they require them. In this venture, our group means to enhance the administration of shopper exchange records while diminishing the quantity of receipts imprinted in the United States. An answer for this issue will likewise furnish buyers with a more advantageous approach to screen their ways of managing money.

The framework is made out of four sections: an electronic UI, a deride money enroll, a receipt administration database, and a XML convention that conveys between the money enlist and the receipt database. On the off chance that executed on a national scale, this electronic receipt administration framework would permit clients (dealers, shoppers, and monetary organizations) access to all receipt information in one area and in one steady configuration, in this way wiping out the requirement for paper receipts.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v8.i2.pp%25p

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Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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