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points to keep in mind when developing asp.net business web application

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I got one project Inventory management system to develop in asp.net , i need to know before developing this webapp what are the points i need to keep in mind, and what are the inputs i have to know to build smooth application..

so whenever any project comes to develop how big company are all planing to develop i need to know that

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