Culminating Project Title

Automation of Invoice Process

Date of Award

3-2016

Culminating Project Type

Starred Paper

Degree Name

Engineering: M.E.M

Department

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

College

College of Science and Engineering

First Advisor

Ben Baliga

Second Advisor

Hiral Shah

Third Advisor

Balasubramanian Kasi

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

Abstract

This project has been carried out to automate the Billing Invoice Process fee calculation in an organization which provides software solutions to the Medical Device industry and integrated tele-health services. This Billing Invoice Application is built to create a Sale agreement for a new customer, Fee calculation and generate the Invoice for a customer. This project provides the functionality to calculate the fee before generating the Invoice of a customer. This system provides the functionality to manage monthly service fee and ASP fee, Supply fee, Shipping fee, Refurbishing fee, Miscellaneous Parts fee and also manages Bundle fee depends on the devices ordered by a customer. It also manages the fee calculation in an individual patient level. The current process of dealing with the fee calculation should be replaced in a manner such that only a new customer’s sale agreement should be set up manually as per the customer’s contract and moving forward from that point, all the actions like bundling the devices based on customers order and transaction type, determining the price tier, calculating the all fees, generating the Invoice report etc., should be automated and the users should be able to monitor and have control over all the actions if necessary.

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