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da bestest presentation of all tym eva. By Kieran. Movement of Information. Use diagrams to show the movement of information in Progress Local Supermarkets. You must show information flowing into and out of the organisation and between departments.

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da bestest presentation of all tymeva

By Kieran

Movement of Information

  • Use diagrams to show the movement of information in Progress Local Supermarkets.

  • You must show information flowing into and out of the organisation and between departments.

  • Find who needs or uses what information and show the connections.

  • Type of information needs to be clearly identified in the diagrams.

Types of Information

  • Customer orders.

  • Purchase orders to suppliers.

  • Design and production drawings.

  • Wages and tax-paid details.

  • Records of staff training.

  • Names and addresses of employees.

  • Stock details.

  • Invoices paid.

  • Monthly income.

  • Monthly outgoing.

  • Web publicity pages.

  • Monthly profit or loss.

Customer orders


An order from a customer for a particular product or a number of products.

A record of customers' interactions with an organization through the order-filling process, including product/service design, production and delivery, and order stats reporting.

Purchase orders to suppliers


A purchase order is a document sent to a supplier or vendor, authorizing shipment of a product to the customer at a specified price and terms. The creation of a purchase order creates a legally binding contract which cannot be changed without the consent of both parties.

A customer may sometimes create an open or standing purchase order which allows the customer to order quantities of the product(s) from the vendor over a period of time (usually a year) at the specified price. Open POs are often used for services which occur over a period of time.

The typical sections of a purchase order are:

  • Date

  • The purchase order number

  • Names and addresses of both the customer and the supplier/vendor.

  • Description of the items being ordered, the cost for each, and the total amount.

    The PO number is an important reference for both the customer and the supplier.

    Also Known As: Purchase Requisition

Design and production drawings


Production drawings are complete sets of drawings detailing the manufacturing and assembly of products.

Production drawings show how to manufacture products. Engineering drawings are taken by production engineers and they then decide how best to manufacture the products described in factories or industries. These drawings are widely used. Machine operators, production line workers and supervisors all use production drawings for obtaining manufactured products.

Wages and tax-paid details


A record of payment in return for work or services, esp. that made to workmen on a daily, hourly, weekly, or piece-work basis, along with details about taxes-paid.

Records of staff training


Details of training paid by the company and completed by staff members in preparation for a job before they become active in service to the company. Employee training is increasingly required to assist the work force in using modern techniques, tools, strategies and materials in their jobs.

Names and addresses of employees


Employee information is required to be able to establish contact if necessary during non-work hours.

Stock details


Information about the amount of stock remaining so employees know when it needs to be restocked.

Invoices paid


Record of all statements that have been completed and paid off with the client.

Monthly income


Data about the amount of monthly income from employment and other sources before taxes OR statistically one-twelfth of the amount one would receive in yearly income.

Monthly outgoing


Your outgoings are the regular/average amounts of money which you have to spend every week or every month. E.g. paying rent or bills.

Web publicity pages


Type of promotion useswebpages to sell products. The main objective of publicity is not sales promotion, but creation of an image through editorial or 'independent source' commentary.

Monthly profit or loss


The amount of money a company has gained or lost within the last month after all transactions to and from have been completed and calculated.

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