Background: Retail jewelry stores, traditionally has been managed with a level of trust and manual processes whether engaging a customer, managing the store or the cash counter. Automation has been attempted only in the area of security (viz. surveillance as a back up measure). Assets that include high value jewelry is still managed and maintained using trained, trusted personnel employed at the store. Individual one off store or a chain of retail stores is still managed locally at the store level, with no real time visibility of inventory or sale across locations. Significant amount of business hours is lost for Physical Inventory of the jewelry at each location.