Reservation System Chapter I

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Chapter I

I. Introduction

A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning or climate control. The cost and quality of hotels are usually indicative of the range and type of services available. As one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy of our time, the hotel industry alone is a multi-billion pesos and growing enterprise. It is exciting, never boring and offer unlimited opportunities. The hotel industry is diverse enough for people to work in different areas of interest and still be employed within the hotel industry. But the sad things, small hotels still using a manual reservation system and they don’t have a system that can minimize their jobs like a automated database system. Even the government staff houses like NEDA staff house have the budget but still using a manual system like log books.

The main targets of this study are for the employees of NEDA STAFF HOUSE. This study aim to benefit the subject of our study, it will minimize their work and can have a security for their respective files. This study will also help the proponents to enhance their knowledge in programming such as Microsoft office application as well as teamwork throughout the study. Interaction and individual stimulation have always been linked to the technological availability of the time and place. With the transition to an information-based society, computers and transactions have evolved from manual transaction. One of the solutions or alternatives to the problems that a hotel is facing, a system was being developed which can edit, delete, filter, monitor and store and secured the records of the customers.

The propose system will help the staff house to decrease the work of the building administrator because they will be using a less effort like this automated system for their reservation.

II. Background of the study

The NEDA staff house started in 1970 so there employees from far provinces around the Philippines have a stopover in manila in case they have an appointment. Instead of accommodating in an expensive hotel, the staff house can give the same services but has a very low rate of overnight stay. For only P80 per night the staff house has a comfortable rooms and facilities that the NEDA employees can use throughout their stay. By calling the Building Administrator 5 days before they will check in and verify the reservation 2 days before check in, they can have a peaceful overnight stay at the staff house. NEDA staff house accommodating over 13 regions of NEDA Government offices all over the Philippines.

Before, the staff house has 20 staff from the main office of NEDA. They were residing at the staff house to have a temporary office. But nowadays new offices of NEDA established all over the metro manila like their main office at the Pasay city so the NEDA staff house needed only 4 employees (Building administrator, 2 Security Guards, 1 Janitor). As of now the NEDA staff house is still running and accepting accommodations from there other offices aroung the Philippines.

III. Statement of the problem

General problem. The main problem of this study is the inaccurate reservation of the customers/NEDA Employees.

Specific Problems: The specific problems are the following:

1. Low in security for file storage
2. Time monitoring are consuming
3. Less data integrity
4. Difficulty in searching and retrieving files
5. Possible loss of records and retrieving files
6. Difficulty in finding the availability of rooms IV. Objective of the study

General Objective. The...
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