...media and the impact of online media in the hotel industry With more and more people are becoming internet savvy, communicates with the customer through Internet is more efficient and cost effective. Online and social media open up a new way to distribute promotion messages to potential customers. The aim of this paper attempts to analysis the difference between traditional media and online media and how hotelier combine both online and traditional media to drive brand awareness. We will also talk about the impact of online and social media in the hotel industry. Traditional media are one of the business communication method that distribute messages to the public. This media are one way communication and normally refers to those introduced before the internet era such as television, radio, newspaper and printed materials. Online media is opposite to traditional media and is two way communication with consumers. Online media normally refers to the digital medium that can distribute through the internet. Social media are group under online media. Internet surfer can create and share their messages through blogs, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and etc. I especially prefer Mr Ron Jones's definition on social media: "Social media essentially is a category of online media where people are talking, participating, sharing, and bookmarking online...". It is essential for hoteliers to realize that each communication channel has its benefits and drawbacks. Online and social......
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...Problems met by Our Lady of Fatima University BS-HRM students in finding a hotel establishment for Practicum 2 SY 2012-2013 A Thesis Proposal Presented to the Faculty of the College of Hospitality and Institutional Management Our Lady of Fatima University In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science In Hotel and Restaurant Management Binlayo, Jhasper G. Adel, John Christian R. Sarmiento, Jeffrey P.\ Manzano, Adrian Rome Taoingan, Jan Iam Guido March 2013 CHAPTER I The Problem and Its Background 1.1 Introduction Early times were all on the job training. It would usually take an entire village to learn how to construct a shelter, when one moved one, he taught his skills to others. It can be an effective training method or it can cause many problems by not providing the skills and knowledge needed by the workers. On-the-job training program is a requirement of a student in every university. This is a stepping stone to serve as an experience for their chosen careers. The focus of this field problem is to know what problems are encountered by HRM students when finding an establishment for their practicum 2 as part of their curriculum. 1.2 Background The researchers came up with the idea of researching about the problems met by Hotel and Restaurant Management students from Our Lady of Fatima University when finding an establishment so that we, as a student who doesn’t have any experiences about field training......
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...SYNOPSIS ONLINE HOTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SUBMITTED BY: NAME: ENROLLMENT NO: (Dynamic Site using JSP, SERVLETS and My SQL ) 1 ONLINE HOTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Under Supervision of Submitted By: Name Address Phone No Programme Enrolment No. : : : : : . : 2 ONLINE HOTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Table of Contents Title of the project. Introduction and objectives of the Project. Project category. Analysis (DFDs, ER Diagrams, Class Diagrams etc.) A complete structure Which includes : (i) Number of modules and their description to provide an estimation of the student’s effort on the project. Data Structures as per the project requirements for all the modules. Process Logic of each module. Report generation. (ii) (iii) (iv) Tools / Platform, Hardware and Software Requirement specification Security and Validation Checks. Scope of future application. Conclusions Bibliography 3 ONLINE HOTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 4 1.1 INTRODUCTION This is a Project work undertaken in context of partial fulfillment of MCA.I have tried my best to make the complicated process of Online Hotel Management System as simple as possible using Structured & Modular technique & Menu oriented interface. I have tried to design the software in such a way that user may not have any difficulty in using this package & further expansion is possible without much effort. Even though I cannot claim that this work to be entirely exhaustive, the main purpose of my exercise is perform......
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...anticipate the time of completion. By a clearly defined scope, specified time will be assigning to develop each module in the application. From here can conclude that, virtual tour on hotel room needing more time in completion. By well-organized task and duration, the application will develop on time. PARADIGM Waterfall paradigm is important to note a large successful of projects development. Without the structure and organization provided a waterfall paradigm method, development projects would be at severe risk of missing deadlines, escalating budgets and a low quality system. As a methodology, the water fall paradigm provides the structure method, controls and checklist needed to ensure successful development figure below show the phases in software process waterfall paradigm. Preliminary investigation Requirement analysis Design Testing Construction Implementation maintenance Paradigm: Waterfall Model Waterfall paradigm prescribes stages and activities performed in each stage are describe as fallows: a) Preliminary investigation The major requirement for online hotel reservation system is to provide back office forContent management, reservation management and housekeeping management. The online hotel reservation hotel system also expected to provide a better preview of the hotel rooms. These features are in order to enhance efficiency and performance and also the service to the guest. From here, it will proceed and establishing the scope,......
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...2013 Research Project Hotels Going Green Yssah Nastassja C. Cueto 8 October 2013 Southville Foreign University Hotels Going Green Yssah Nastassja C. Cueto ABSTRACT This study examines the positive and negative effects to an industry that is under hospitality. Statement of the problem The researcher wanted to know about how only a few industries have been successful in turning one of the most impossible industries to a green concept industry and how others fail to attempt this concept. What were the benefits that the industry has gained? (Advantages and disadvantages) 1. What are the advantages of a hotel going “green” 2. What are the possible disadvantages? 3. How did the establishment achieve their goals in pursuing the “going green” concept? 4. What were their failures in attempting to achieve the “going green” concept? Background As the researcher, the topic is chosen due to the lack of notice to the concept of industries, especially the hospitality industries of applying the common word “green.” There many articles published online regarding the hotels solutions, success and failure in applying the “green” concept. There are a numerous amount of studies that indicate that the economic benefits can be achieved in hotels through implementing social and environmental initiatives, many with a few or no capital a lot. In addition to the cost benefits, there are even benefits to choosing an environmentally sustainable......
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...INTRODUCTION Hotel reservation system plays a great role and has a potential effect on day to day performance measures, this type of system have highly evolved from decades due to high demand for their use, effective and efficiency in any given institutions. Due to the rapid change of technology the use of such system has become a necessity to any given high learning institution for better performance and be used with quite a large number of users at the same time but it can save time, resources and creates awareness of the evolving technology. 1.1 PROBLEM STATEMENT Although technology is rapidly changing almost at the speed of light, some Hotels are still using manual reservation system to check in/out customers, Hotel facilities , management, share ideas and passing of information, for instance Staff performance assessment, customers roomt are done manually hence providing: * Providing untimely assessment information’s. * Consumes a lot of time, * Waste and use lots of resource such as forms. The sub-objective are to identify the requirement and design the Hotel reservation system that will resolve the above problem of manual reservation system, by designing and implementing the proposed system successfully it will benefit many parties; firstly by providing staff with access of easy view form. 1.2. SYSTEM GOAL AND OBJECTIVE 1.3. GOALS The main goal is to develop a Hotel reservation system to replace the paper based Hotel reservation. 1.4. OBJECTIVES: * To......
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ONLINE COURSE RESERVATION
Arise and Shine
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction 1
1.1 Purpose 1
1.2 Scope 1
1.3 Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations 1
1.4 References 1
1.5 Overview 1
2. Positioning 1
2.1 Business Opportunity 1
2.2 Problem Statement 1
2.3 Product Position Statement 2
3. Stakeholder and User Descriptions 2
3.1 Market Demographics 2
3.2 Stakeholder Summary 2
3.3 User Summary 2
3.4 User environment 3
3.5 Stakeholder Profiles 3
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...Online Booking System Electronic commerce refers to the buying and selling of products or services over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks. Electronic commerce draws on such technologies as electronic funds transfer. Modern electronic commerce typically uses the World Wide Web at least at one point in the transaction's life-cycle, although it may encompass a wider range of technologies such as e-mail, mobile devices and telephones as well. E-commerce is widely considered the buying and selling of products over the internet. The official website of Golden Harvest cinema has a ticket online booking system, customers can buy the film ticket through internet. They choose the number of showing of the film and the seating, then use credit card or the Golden Harvest membership card to trade online. The information of this trade will be record in the ticket booking system. Since that, they just need to use the ticket machine to get the ticket in the cinema and enjoy the film.This system can help to keep and renovate the ticket buying record, to ensure the trade won’t have mistake, like duplicate the trade and so on. It also help to curtail the ticket buying time, for example , customer won’t need to line up in the cinema for ticket, can save time and human resource, relief the cost of the company. Data –information of booking ticket, film, choose time, seating A database is a collection of information that is organized so that it can......
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... Term Paper [Synopsis of the “Hotel Booking System”] Submitted to: Navneet Kaur Submitted by: Name: Ehsanullah Roll no.: A09 Registration no.:-11308361 Program:-M.Sc. (Computer Sci.) Introduction: hotel booking system is system which developed for facilities of the customer to easily check the rooms, facilities of the room and then reserve the room. We have three modules: 1) Luxury Rooms 2) Mid-Luxury Rooms 3) Ordinary Rooms * Luxury Room: I) Checking of rooms. II) Reserve Rooms. * Mid-Luxury Rooms: I) Checking of the facility of the room. II) Select rooms * Ordinary Rooms: I) Reserve the rooms. Objective: the main objective of developing of the hotel booking system is that to store information about all rooms, to customer can easily select the types of the rooms and after that check the facilities of the rooms and finally reserve or cancel the rooms. Project: develop this project using loop, switch cases and structure in “C”. “C”:-C is a structured programming language developed by DENNIS RITCHIE in 1972 which follows Top-down Structure. * Used for system programming to implement operating systems, software and embedded system applications. * Top-Down Structured’ programming to sort any type of concept or program or system. * Top-Down means—it gives the higher priority to the first level then 2nd and then so on. * Also known as stepwise refinement. Customer Payment Reserve......
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...Beach Hotel Reservation System Table of Contents 1. General Details about the Organization. 2. Business Processes of the Organization. 3. Existing Information Systems. (Both Computer Based & Manual) 4. Computer Based Information Systems that could be introduced. 5. Recommendations and Discussion. 1.GENERAL DETAILS ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION Tangerine Beach Hotel is a 03 star hotel in Sri Lanka which is an associate company of Mercantile Investments Limited, which has diversified into tourism with other 03 resort hotels. 1. Royal Palms Beach Hotel in Kaluthara. 2. Grand Hotel in NuwaraEliya. 3. Nilaveli Beach Hotel in Trincomalee. With the collaborative enhance support from the Tangerine Tours; Tangerine Group of Hotels has built up a clientele from all over the world. Tangerine Beach Hotel is located in Kalutara area. It belongs to the Tangerine Group of companies. The hotel consists of many facilities to full fill their guest’s requirements to the maximum level. It include 166 bedrooms comprising of 6 spacious overlooking the Magnificent ocean, Cable television & Local Channels, Mini Fridges, Telephone and IDD facilities, Hot & Cold water, WIFI ( available in Lobby and selected other public areas), and also they are providing customers with finest meals in the country with the guidance of experienced chefs. Nowadays hotel industry has lots of opportunities and the industry is in its highest peak now. Hotel Tangerine is a mass tourist hotel......
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...FERSOFT ONLINE BUS TICKET RESERVATION SYSTEM (OBTRS) SRS Document Revision #: v1.0 Date of Issue: 15 January 2008 Project Manager: Seçil AYDIN Software Requirements Specification OBTRS Approval Signatures Approved by: Business Project Leader Approved by: IM/IT Project Leader Prepared by: Business Project Manager Prepared by: IM/IT Project Manager Reviewed by: Quality Assurance Manager v1.0 16/01/2008 Page i Software Requirements Specification OBTRS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................. 6 1.1 .. PURPOSE .................................................................................................................. 6 1.2 .. SCOPE ....................................................................................................................... 6 1.3 .. DEFINITIONS, ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS .................................................. 7 1.4 .. REFERENCES............................................................................................................ 8 1.5 .. OVERVIEW................................................................................................................. 9 2. OVERALL DESCRIPTION ............................................................................. 10 2.1 PRODUCT PERSPECTIVE ......................................................................................... 10 2.1.1......
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...Marketing and Reservation Report Evaluation of the main marketing tools available to tour operators The use of brochures and printed material is one of the most effective and widely used means of marketing tourism operations and establishments. A great deal of planning goes into brochures, and as a result, their credibility is often far higher than a value based statement on a website. In general, brochures are replaced and revised on an annual basis and attempt to provide as much information about the establishment, tour or destination as is possible. It is key that from one year to the next this marketing does not lose its effectiveness, and as a result, companies are continually attempting to identify new unique selling points. Therefore the inclusion of information on a company’s involvement in pro-poor tourism initiatives can make a vital contribution to the overall message and effectiveness of a brochure. Brochures are designed to stimulate customers and motivate them to buy. They identify needs, demonstrate in pictures and words the image and positioning of products and organizations, and carry the key messages. In this role they act in the same way as advertising. Brochures give a detailed overview of the products and services that I want to offer and they should be designed in an attractive, easy-to-read format. Brochure Advantages Flexibility Brochures offer a range of ideas in terms of designs and decorations. You can place pictures on different folds on a...
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...evolving rapidly. Businesses today are now adapting to the evolution of technology, mostly on their transaction processing and for advertisement. The developers gathered data on how to apply a computerized transaction processing system to a hotel that is in need of it. The data gathering pointed the developers to Villa Valera Hotel Resort and Lodging, an establishment that was founded by Mr. Rufino Valera in 1989, an accounting graduate from De Lasale University that always wanted to own a Hotel Resort due to its high income and would serve good to his community. After conducting an interview with the Hotel Resort’s manager Mr. Jerry Gonzaga the proponent came down with a result that their manual reservation and billing system had flaws and prone to a lot of errors that a computerized transaction processing system could eliminate, This would potentially increase the businesses efficiency in that matter. Advertisement is one more factor that the developers would like to focus on to, nowadays all advertisement from top businesses are coming from the internet due to the fact that most people today are always connected to the internet via their smart phones and computers. The developers will create a website that will have an online reservation feature and virtual tour to encourage more potential customer to help the growth of the business. Preface (REWRITE) Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Today, almost all people have access to computers and are always connected to the......
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...ONLINE HOSTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MINI PROJECT REPORT Submitted by RESHMI RADHAKRISHNAN RINSHA P.A ROOPASREE R In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of B.TECH DEGREE In COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING COCHIN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COCHIN-682022 APRIL 2014 DIVISION OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING COCHIN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COCHIN-682022 CERTIFICATE Certified that this is a bonafide record of the project work entitled “ONLINE HOSTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM” done by the following students RESHMI RADHAKRISHNAN(12120072) RINSHA P.A(12120073) ROOPASREE R(12120099) Of the VIth semester, Computer Science and Engineering in the year 2014 in partial fulfillment of the requirements to the award of Degree Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering of Cochin University of Science and Technology. Mr.Pramod Pavithran Head of the Department Place:Thrikkakara Date:31/03/14 Mrs.Preetha S Project Guide ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Here we gladly present this project report on “ONLINE HOSTEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM” as part of the 6th semester B.TECH in Computer Science and Engineering. At this time of submitting this report we use this opportunity to mention those people who with us along the work. We take this occasion to thank God, almighty for blessing us with his grace and taking our endeavour to a successful culmination. We extend our sincere and......
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...would contribute to speedy operation in every transaction (Long, 2001). JKC Royale Trader’s Inn, Inc., is a classy hotel that caters highly equipped accommodationsfor any occasions. But in some instances, the hotel is having manual operations that causes the delay of activities, especially in rendering services such as; room reservation, hall booking for any occasions, additional facilities and other services. Due to the huge losses, difficulty in location of guest files attributed by the large number of guests files, location of guest files during checking in, updating of daily expenditures, receipts generation and checking out are extremely difficult for the hotel employees. The physical files occupy too much space of about two rooms full of storage cabinets. The spaces could have otherwise been used for income generation by the hotel. In this case, the researchers decided to propose a computerized check-in and reservation system to solve the problems encountered by the personnel of the JKC Royale Trader’s Inn, Inc. The proposed check-in and reservation system is friendlier to the guests or customers and the personnel, improve customer care and services at the hotel, increase hotel performance, reduces human errors in recording and retrieving of guest or customers records, provides efficient and accurate information allows reliable transaction made within the hotel and enforces security measures to avoid unauthorized access to guest records....
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