Feasibility Report Distributed Hotel Inventory Management System

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S. No| Particulars| Page|
1| Problem Specification| 1|
2| Feasibility Study| 2|
3| Gantt Chart| 3|
4| Commercial Potential| 3|

* Introduction
The aim of this project is to provide a distributed and automated system for hotel inventory management which facilitates the managers with less work, more visibility, easy decision making, improved efficiency and reliability. PROBLEM SPECIFICATION

Problem specifications of our projects are discussed below
Project Needs
Advancements in technology have also changed the trends for software development. Demanding customers, increased competition are driving the hospitality industry to gain better flexibility and control of operations. Business is now not only limited to one city, it is expanding day by day. Data centralization cause managing issues where companies having multiple branches. Manual systems prevents from utilizing accurate and up-to-date inventory information needed to deliver quality customer care and service. Project Objectives

Our objective is to develop a distributed application with dual interface (Web & Local Machine Interface) that enables * All managers and staff access to the same up-to-date information, giving all employees peace of mind * Equipped with real-time information

* To give accurate reports about what inventory is in stock and spend less time troubleshooting * Ensuring that everyone has the information they need, when they need it. Project Boundaries
This project is specifically build for hotels and will provide a distributed system for managing hotel inventory which includes supply, ingredient, accounts, staff and transaction management. This system will provide a complete solution to the business owner to track and control the inventory overall. FEASIBILITY STUDY

Feasibility study conducted once problem is clearly understood. It is a high level capsule version of the complete system-analysis and design...