WO2015053606A1 - A system of inventory management - Google Patents

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WO2015053606A1
WO2015053606A1 PCT/MY2014/000150 MY2014000150W WO2015053606A1 WO 2015053606 A1 WO2015053606 A1 WO 2015053606A1 MY 2014000150 W MY2014000150 W MY 2014000150W WO 2015053606 A1 WO2015053606 A1 WO 2015053606A1
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Sing Peng DIONG
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Abstract

The present embodiment relates to a system for managing inventory, more particularly the present embodiment relates to a system for managing and tracking at least an inventory comprising a response module (11) in communication with at least a storage module (12), a detector module (13), and at least a sourcing module (14) for accessing and retrieving information of at least an inventory (21) from the response module (11).

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A SYSTEM OF INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

TECHNICAL FIELD The present embodiment relates to a system for managing inventory, more particularly the present embodiment relates to a system for managing and tracking at least an inventory.

BACKGROUND OF INVENTION Management of inventories in an establishment and the process for tracking the inventories have been necessary in the customer service industry. Management and tracking methods of the inventories vary across establishments, and more often than not, the management and tracking methods involve collecting data, updating the data, and keeping a comprehensive record of the inventories' as well as recording sales transactions.

Some prior art documents have disclosed system and method for managing and tracking inventories. United States patent publication no. US 2010/0022221 Al discloses a system comprising a tracking server includes a tracking database which may store and index a location, a quantity, and a status for the inventory items, thu acting as a type of registry for inventory items of various merchants. United States patent no, 6,616307 B2 discloses computer-based system for taking the physical inventory of beverages dispensed in full and partially full containers so as to effectively control the theft and overpouring.

United States patent publication no, US 2007/0228068 discloses alcoholic beverage management and inventor system comprising a bottle categorizing system, a weighing system for determining total liquor dispensed, a system for computing total profits earned or lost, a system and method for tracking the distribution and location of ai l bottles at any selected location within a bar establishment, and an integrated data synchronization, transfer, processing, storage and retrieval system that, enables real-time inventory management of any selected number of related and/or unrelated bar establishments.

However, tne prior art documents do not provide an enhanced customer service experience for tracking and managing inventories of a consumer, such that the inventoried items, each is assigned with a specific owner, and that an establishment stocking the inventories for the owners will be able to provide the owners with information on the inventoried items. Also, continuous updates on the statuses of consumption to provide the owner with an instant record of the owned items at various establishments are not discussed.

There is therefore a need for a system of effectively managing inventories, such that the system is able to provid consumers with an interactive service that enables consumers to have a summary record of the owned inventoried items.

SUMMARY OF INVENTION

The present embodiment pursuits a system for managin records and tracking at least an inventory in at least an establishment, such that information of said at least an inventory is recorded and updated by a user in real-time implementation, as well as providing consumers with a service to keep a tracking record of the consumed inventories. li is an object of the present embodiment to provide a system for managing at least an inventory, wherein the system comprising a communication network between a plurality of transceivers for managing and tracking said at leas an inventory. it is another object of the presen embodiment to provide a system for managing at least an inventory, wherein the system comprising a response module in communication with at leas a storage module for accessin information of .said at. least an inventory stored in the storage module, and retrieving and modifying information on said at least an inventory, li is yet an object of the present embodiment to provide a system tor managing at least an inventorv; wherein the system comprising a detector module for detecting said at least an inventory and status thereof, and updating said status in said at least a storage module. it is yet another object of the present embodiment to provide a system for managing at least an inventory; wherein the system comprising at. least a sourcmg module for accessing and retrieving information of said at least, an inventory from the response module* and that said at least a sourcing module is at least an administrator module, at least a super-user account, at. least a primary-user account, at least a secondary-user account or a combination thereof.

The present embodiment aims to achieve managing records and tracking at least an inventory in at least an establishment, such that the records can he managed and tracked with ease, and provides consumers with track record of inventoried items.

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Figure 1 illustrates a system for managing inventory according to the present embodiment,

Figure 2 illustrates a system for managing inventory according to the present embodiment.

Figure 3 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface showing data of at least an establishment according to the present embodiment.

Figure 4 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface showing a display for creation of data of at least an establishment according to the present embodiment,

F igure 5 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface showing data of at least a sourcing module according to the present embodiment.

Figure 6 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface showing a display for creation of data of at least a sourcing module according to the present embodiment

Figure 7 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface showing data of at least a sourcing module according to the presen embodiment.

F igure 8 illustrates a screenshot view of an interlace showing a display for creation of data of at least a sourcing module according to the present embodiment.

Figure 9 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface for sending bulk messages according to the present embodiment. Figure 10 illustrates a screenshot view of a device having an application icon according to the present embodiment.

Figure 1 1 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface showing display for creation of data of at ieast a sourcing module accordi ng to the present embodi ment.

Figure 12 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface showing a display for creation of inventory data of at ieast a sourcing module accordin to the present embodiment. Figure 13 illustrates a screenshot vie of an interface showing status of at least an inventory according to the present embodiment.

Figure 14 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface showing decision for sa ving status of at least an inventor according to the present embodiment

Figure 15 illustrates a screenshot view of a device having an application icon according to the presen embodiment.

Figure 16 Illustrates a screenshot view of an interlace with features of the application according to the present embodiment

Figure 17 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface showing a list of at least an. inventory according to the present embodiment. Figure 18 illustrates a screenshot view of an interface showing status of at Ieast an inventory according to the present embodiment.

BETAiLEB BESCMPTiO OF EMBODIMENTS

Described below are preferred embodiments of the present invention with reference to the accompanying drawings. Each of the following preferred embodiments describes an example not limiting in any aspect. Referring to Figure 1, there is illustrated a system tor managing inventory (21 ) according to the present embodiment, wherein the system manages and tracks at least an inventory (21 ).

The system of management of at least an inventory (21 ): comprising fundamentally a communication network between a piurality of transceivers for managing and tracking said at least an inventor}'* (21). The transceivers will he apparent from the following description.

The system comprising a response module (1 1 ) in communication with at least a storage module (12) for accessing information of said at least an inventory (21) stored in the storage module (12). and a detector module ( 13) for detectin said at least an inventory (21 ) and status thereof, and updating said status in said at least a storage module (12). The system is implemented and operated in real-time configuration.

The system is characterized in that the system manages and tracks said at. least an inventory (21) in a plurality of predetermined locations by a user selection, and that each of said at least an inventory (21) is assigned with at least a proprietor. The proprietor herein refers to a consumer or owner of said at least an inventory (21).

The response module (1 1 ) is a server that responds to requests across a network, which hosts serv ices to a plurality of client computers for providing service, which in the case of the preferred embodiment is at least a sourcing module ( .14).

The response module (1 1 ) works in an interrelationship with the storage module ( 12). which is also known a a database, preferably a knowledge base for storing at least an inventory (21). The respons module (1 1 ) is capable of retrieving and modifying information on said at. least an inventory (21 ) that is stored in the torage modul (12).

Each of said at least an inventory (21 ) is associated with at least an identifier for storage and retrieval, and that the information of said at least, an inventory (21 comprise identifier, status of said at least an inventory (21.) or a combination thereof. Said at least an identifier can be of any nature, such that said at least an inventory (21) can be easily identified according to the identification data. In a bar establishment for example, said at least an identifier can be the identification of an owner of an item sold in the bar establishment. Said at least an identifier provides effective owner identification, of the owned item, so that in the event the item is not fully consumed, and if it is kept in the esta lishment for future consumption, the item can be easily retrieved according to the said at least an identifier. In addition, further data of said at least an inventory (2 ί ) regarded as the status, and details of said at least an inventory such as item code, item type, item price or any combination thereof can be stored therewith. I should he appreciated that the data is not limited to status, item code, item type or item price, and that manifold information can he stored, information of said at least an inventory (21 ) is accessed by steps of requesting information of at least an inventory (21 ) by a user, and accessing information of said least an inventor (21 ) via an interface associated with an account of the user, wherein the user account accesses a response module ( 1 1) for retrieving information of said at least an inventory (21 } in real-time configuration.

The detector module (13) according to the preferred embodiment resides in a device, preferabl a mobile device such as smartphones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), tablet personal computers, devices designed for communicating vvith the response module (I ! ) and the like,

The detector module ( ! 3) detects said a leas an inventory (21 ), status of said at least an inventory (21 ), and updates said status in said at least a storage module (12) by capturing an image of said at least an inventory (21) and processing said image for generating dat of said at. least an inventory (2 1 ), The generated data is transmitted to the response module (I I ) in communication with at least a storage module { 12) for storage.

The detector module (13) detects said at least an inventory (21 ) by the steps of initially capturing an image of said at least an inventory (21 , and processing status of said at least an inventor)' (21) and sending information of said at least an inventory (21) to the response module (1 1 ). The detector module (12) updates information o said at least an inventory (21) by the steps of initiall capturing an image' of said at least an inventory (21), and processing status of said at least an inventor (21 ) and sending information of said at least an inventory (21 to the response module ( 1 1). Referring to Figure 2. there is illustrated a system for managing inventory (21 ) according to the present embodiment, wherein the system further comprises at least a sourcing module (14) tor accessing information of said at least an inventor (21 ).

The system fundamentally comprising a response module (I I ) in communication with at least a storage module (12) for accessing information, of said at least an inventors' (21) stored in said at least a storage module (12), and a detector module (13) for detectin said at least an inventory (21) and status thereof, and updating said status in said at least, a storage module (12). The system is implemented and operated in real-time configuration.

The system is characterized in that the system manages and tracks said at least an inventory' (21 ) in a pluralit of predetermined locations by a user selection, and that each of said at least a inventory (21) is assigned with at least a proprietor. The proprietor herein refers to consumer or owner of said at least an inventory (21 ).

Further, said at least a sourcing module (14) comprises at least an administrator module (41 ), at least a super-user account (42), at least, a primary-user account (43), at least a secondary-user account (44) or a combination thereof. Said at least a sourcing module (1.4) herein refers to the various users of the preferred embodiment of the s stem.

Said ai least an administrator module (41 ) according to the preferred embodiment is module operated by a user with absolute authority over the response module (1 J ), such that said at least an administrator module (41) accesses and manages information in the storage module ( 12), and that said at least an administrator module (41 ) initializes said at least a super-user account (42) upon initialization request by a user of said at least an administrator module (41). Also, said at least an administrator module (41 ) is capable of analyzing said at least an inventor (21) stored in the storage module (12).

Said at least a super-user account (42) according to the preferred embodiment is an account that is accessed hy a user via a user interface for creating, modifying, managing or assigning roles to said at least a primary-user account (43). Said at least a super-user account (42) has restricted access io the response module (1 1 ), such that said at least a super-user account (42) accesses information from said at feast a storage module (12) on said at least an inventory (21 } thai is stored via said at least a. super-user account (42).

Also, said at least a super-user account (42) is capable of broadcasting messages to said at 5 least a primary-user account (43), said at least a secondary-user account (44), or a combination thereof. The messages cars include messages on but. not limited to advertisements, marketing information, internal communication, private messages,, notifications, informative messages or security related messages.

S O Said at least a primary-user account (43) according to the preferred embodiment is an account that is accessed by a user via a user interface for creating and updating information on said at least an inventors' (21), and creating said at least a secondary-user account (44).

Said at least a primary-user account (43) requires at least a key for accessing the .response 15 module (1 1), and thai said a least a primary-user account (43) comprises fields tor updating information of the inventory (21) in the storage module (12) and said at least a primary-user account (43) modifies information on the inventory (21 ).

Said at least a secondary-user account (44) according to the preferred embodiment is an 0 account that is accessed by a user via a user interface and that said at least a secondary-user account (44) accesses information of said at least an inventory (21).

Said at least a sourcing module (14) retrieves information of said at least an inventory (21 ) by the steps of sending a request message to a response module ( 1 i) for requestin 5 information of at least said an inventory (21 ), processing the request message and identifying said at least a sourcing module ( 14), and responding to said at least a sourcing module ( 14) with information of said at least an inventory ( 1

Said at least a sourcing module (14) updates information of said at leas an inventory (21) 30 by the steps of processing status of said at least an inventory (21 ), and sending a request message to a response module (1 1 ) tor updating information of at leas said an in ventor (21 ) in at least a storage module (12). Referring to Figure 3, there is illustrated a screenshot view of an interface showing data of at least an establishment according to the present embodiment, wherein the screenshot view shows a variety of establishments has been populated by the present system. The interface shown in Figure 3 is operated by a user of at least an administrator module (41),

Referring to Figure 4, there is illustrated a screenshot view of an interlace display for creation of data of at least an establishment according to the present embodiment, wherein the display comprises fields such as "Lab Name" for inputting a establishment name, "Country'' for determining location of the establishment and other details that are inputted according to users' preferences for entering particulars of at least an establishment. The creation of data is inputted by a user of said at least an administrator module (41).

Referring to Figure 5, there is illustrated a screenshot view' of an interface showing data of at least sourcing module (1 ) according to the present embodiment wherein the sourcing module (14) in Figure 5 is said at least an administrator module (41 ) that is capable of viewing data of at least super-user account (42).

Referring to Figure 6, there is illustrated a screenshot view of an interface showing a display for creation of data of at least a sourcing module ( 14) according to the present embodiment, wherein the interface of the sourcing module (14) provides fields for inputting data and creating at least a super-user account (42).

The interface display comprises fields such as "First Name", "Last Name", "Mobile #" "Email", "Useraatne", "Password". "Re enter Password", and "Assign to Bar" for inputting particulars of at least a primary-user account (43).

Referring to f igure 7, there is illustrated a screenshot view of an interface showing data of at least a sourcing module ( 14) according to the present embodiment, wherein the sourcing module ( 14) is at least a super-user account (42) that is capable of viewing data of at least, a primary-user account (43 ) or at least a secondary-user account (44),

Referring to Figure 8, there is illustrated a screenshot view of an interface showing a display for creation of data of at least a sourcing module (14) according to the present embodiment. wherein the interface of the soureln module (14) provides fields for inputting data and creating at least a secondary-user account (44),

Referring to Figure 9, there is illustrated a screenshot view of an Interface for sending bulk messages according to the present embodiment, whereby there Is a space provided by the interface of at least a super-user account (42) for inserting texts, and that the recipients can be selected and filtered from a response module (1 1 ).

Referring to Figure 10. there is illustrated a screenshot view of a device having an application icon according to the present embodiment downloaded to the device, wherein the application icon Is for invoking at ieast a primary-user account (43). Said at least primary-user account (43) is required for authentication by signing-in only once.

Referring to Figure 1 1 , there is illustrated a screenshot view of an interface showing display for searching data of at least an inventory (21 ) of at least a secondary-user (44) from at least a primary-user account (43) according to the present embodiment, in the event said at Ieast a secondary-user account (44) is not available, the interlace allows said least a primary-use account (43) to create a new a secondary-user account (44) with at least an inventory (21 ). Referring to Figure 12, there is illustrated a screenshoi view of an. interface showin display for creation of data of at least an inventory (21) according to the present embodiment, wherein said at least an inventory (21 ) is created by at Ieast a primary-user account (43).

The interlace display comprises fields such as "mobile'', "email", "'name", ""l bel", and "serial (optional)"' for inputting data of said at least an inventory (21).

Referring to Figure 13, there is illustrated a screenshot view of an interface showing status of said at least an inventor}-' and Figure 14 illustrates an interface showing decision for saving status of at least an inventory according to the present embodiment.

Referring to Figure .15, there is illustrated a screenshot view of a device having an application icon according to the present embodiment downloaded to the device, wherein - l i the application icon is for invoking at least secondary-user account (44). Said at least a secondary-user acco n (44) is required for authentication by signiog~in only once.

Referring to Figure 16, there is illustrated a screcnshot view of an interface with features of the application according to the present embodiment for at least a secondary-user account (44). There is shown that the present embodiment provides features such as "InBox'\ "Keep Tab", "Buddies" and "Establishments". However it should be noted the features that is provided to said at least a secondary-user account (44) are not limited to thereof, whereby other features for establishing communication will be apparent to a person skilled in the art.

'ΊηΒοχ" feature provides a means for communication between a response module (1 1 ) and said at least a secondary-user account (44), wherein said at least a secondary-user account (44) receives messages from at least an administrator module (41), at least a super-user account (42), at least a primary-user account (43), or a combination thereof. The feature establishes rapport between the users involved within the preferred system.

"Keep Tab" feature provides a statu update on at least an inventory (21) of said at least a secondary-user account (44), wherein the feature invokes a display as shown in Figure 17, illustrating an interface showing a list of said at least an inventor (21.) according to the present embodiment, 'fhe list is preferably consolidated from various establishments. Also, the feature allows user to view a histor of said at least an inventory (21 ).

"Buddies" feature provides network linking between pluralities of said at least a secondary- user account (44), such that said at least secondary-user account (44) is able to communicate with another said at least secondary-user account (44) for establishin social networking. Also, said at least secondary-user account (44) Is capable of providing authorization to another said at least secondary-user account (44) via this feature for sharing said at least an inventory (21). The feature also provides users of said at least secondary- user account (44) to communicate- in group, in a conference call, texting or the like.

In addition, the "Buddies" feature also enables said at least secondary-user account (44) to transfer or share transaction credits or tokens between a plurality of said at least secondary- user account (44), awarded by an establishment. In other words, the "Buddies'" feature

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an image of at least an inventory (21), indicates a level as to how much said at least an inventory (21 ) have been consumed. The image illustrates an image of a bottle, with a level indication, and a table of 3 most recent consumed of said at least an inventory (21).

It should be noted that the present system and preferred embodiment is not limited to the layout and interfaces shown in Figures 3 to 18, as the preferred embodiment can adopted for various establishments involving managing and tracking inventories or stocktaking. in as much as the present invention is subject to many variations, modifications and changes in detail, it is intended t at all matter contained in the foregoing description or shown in the accompanying drawing shall be interpreted as illustrative and not in a limiting sense.

Claims

1. A system of management of at leas an inventory (21) comprising a communication network between a plurality of transceivers for managing and tracking said at least an inventory (21) in a real-time configuration.
2. A system according to claim 1„ comprising:
a response module (1 1 ) in communication with at least a storage module ( 12) for accessing, transmitting, retrieving and modifying informatio of said at least an inventory (21 ) stored in said at least a storage module (12);
characterized in that the system tracks said at least an inventors' (2 i ) by accessing and retrieving information of said at least an inventory (21 ), and the system marsages said at least an inventory (23) by accessing and modifying information of said at least an inventory (21 ), wherein, the system is implemented in real-time configuration.
3. A system according to claim 2, wherein the system further comprises a detector module ( 1 ) for detecting said at least an inventory (21) and status thereof; updating said status in said at least a storage module (1 ), or a combination thereof,
4. A system according to claim 2, wherein said at least an inventory (21.) is managed i at least a predetermined establishment.
5. A system according to claim 2, wherein each of said at least an inventory (21 ) is assigned with at least proprietor.
6. A system according to claim 2, wherein each of said at least an inventory (21 ) is associated with at least an identifier for information storage, retrieval or a combination thereof.
7. A system accordin to claim 2, wherein said information of said at least an inventory (21) comprises identifier, status of said at least an inventory (21 ), details of said at least an inventory {21} or a combination thereof.
8. A system according to claim 2, wherein said information of said at least an inventory (21) is accessed by the steps of;
requesting information of a least an inventory (21 ) by a user; and
accessing information of said least an inventory (21 ) via an Interface associated with an account of the user, wherein the user account accesses a response module (1 .1) for retrieving information of said at least an inventory (21) in real-time configuration.
9. A system according to claim 2, wherein the detector module (13) captures an image of said at least an Inventor)' (21).
10. A system according to claim 2, wherein the detector module (13 detects said at least an inventory (2.1) hy the steps of:
capturing an image of said at least an inventory (21); and
processing status of said at least an in ventory (21 , and sending information of said at least an i n ventery (21 ) to the response module ( I I).
1 1. A system accordin to claim 2, wherein the detector module (12) updates information of said at least an inventory (21 ) by the steps of:
capturing an image of said at least an inventory (21 ); and
processi ng status of said at least an inventory (21), and sending i nformation of said at least a inventory (21 ) to the response module ( I I).
12. A system according to claim 2, wherein the system further comprises at least a sourcing module (14) for accessing and retrieving information of said at least an iuv emory (21 ) from the response modu le ( 1 1 .
13. A system according to claim 12, wherein said at least sourcing module ( 14) Is at least an administrator module (41). at least a super-user account (42), at least a primary-user account (43), at least a secondary-user account (44) or a combination thereof.
14. A system according to claim 12, wherein said at least an administrator module (41 ) accesses and manages information in said at least storage module (12).
15. A system according to claim 12, wherein said at least an administrator fnodule (41 } initializes said at least a u ervisor account (42) upon initialisation request by a user,
16. A system according to claim 12, wherein said at least an administrator module (41 ) anal zes said at least an inventory (21 } stored in said at least a storage module (12).
17. A system according to claim 8,. wherein said at least a super-user account (42) creates, modifies or manages said at least a primary-user accoun (43) or assigns roles to said at least a primary-user account (43), or a combination thereof.
18. A system according to claim 17, wherein said at least a super-user account (42) broadcasts messages to said at least a primary-user account (43), said at least a secondary-user account (44). or a combination thereof.
19. A system according to claim 12, wherein said at least a primary-user accoun (43) has a user interface for using said at least a primary-user account (43).
20. A system according to claim 12, wherein said at leas a primary-user account (43) requires at. leas a key for accessing said at least a response module (1 1 ).
21. A system according to claim 12, wherein said at least a primary-user account (43) comprises fields for updating information of said at least an inventory (21) in said at leas a storage module (12).
22. A system according to claim 12, wherein said at least a primary-user account (43) modifies information on the inventory (21 ),
23. A system according to claim 12, wherein said at. least a secondary-user account (44) has a user interlace for using said at leas a secondary-user account (44),
24. A system according to claim 12, vvlierein said at least a secondary- ser account (44) accesses information of said at least an inventory (21).
25. A system according to claim 12, wherein said at least a sourcing module (1 ) retrieve information of said at least an inventory (21) by the steps of: sending a request message to response module { 1 1} for requesting information of at least said an inventory (21);
processing the request message and Identifying said at least a sourcing module ( 14); and
responding to said at least a sonreing module (1.4) with information of said at least an inventory (21),
A. system according to claim 12, wherein said at least a sourcin module (14) updates information of said at least an inventory (21 ) by the steps of;
processing status of said at least an inventory (21 ); and
sending a request message to a response module (1 1) tor updating information of at least said an inventory (21 ) in at least a storage module (1 ).
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