At Larsen & Toubro Infotech India Ltd., my team worked on a SCM (Supply Chain Management) based project titled 'Process Flow Tracking of Biomass Distribution System'. We strictly adhered to the Waterfall model of SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) while taking in consideration the different entities such as Manufacturer, Distributor, Sub-Dealer, Customer and the Head-Office. Project dealt with designing the complete delivery-cycle starting from Manufacturer to the end Customer and thereby, describes the process-flow for the Product (Pellet & Appliance) distribution. Pellet and Appliance manufacturer (Biomass) will provide the respective product to the Customer passing through district and rural levels. Distributor is receiving the various products from the manufacturer and supplies these products to Sub-Dealer. Customer purchases the required product from the Sub-Dealers. There is a possibility that dealing partners may attain some defective products. In such cases, similar but backward flow (Customer to Sub-Dealer to Resp. Manufacturers) is applied to turn back the defective products. Different parameters and transactions such as Defect Product Code, Lot Number and Warranty status have to be tracked in the database. Entire process is monitored by the Organization’s Head Office.

The Software Application was developed using .NET's n-layered architecture utilizing the extensive flexibility and power of ASP .NET (on Visual Studio 2005 and .NET framework 2.0) along with the robustness of SQL Server 2005.

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