Clarifying Business Strategy Through Database Analysis
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Clarifying Business Strategy Through Database Analysis

Course Number: IT 205, Spring 2011

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Title IT205 Smart Scenario Clarifying Business Strategy Through Database Analysis Event Coordinator What are the current problems that the Event Coordinator is having? (multiple choice, multiselect) System is disconnected from other departments. Too much manual intervention in the business process. Required information is not always available. Information retention is inefficient or nonexistent. Poor use...

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Smart Title IT205 Scenario Clarifying Business Strategy Through Database Analysis Event Coordinator What are the current problems that the Event Coordinator is having? (multiple choice, multiselect) System is disconnected from other departments. Too much manual intervention in the business process. Required information is not always available. Information retention is inefficient or nonexistent. Poor use of available information technology resources. Insufficient use of database technology or tools. Poor communication. How could a proper database system and subsequent tools serve to improve the issues this department is having? (short Register to View Answerdata base system would help them organize everything in the system; help with advertising so they will be able to get more business. Their resources will be all at the click of a button instead of having to look through papers. It will give them better organization. Front Desk What are the current problems that the Front Desk is having? (multiple choice, multiselect) System is disconnected from other departments. Too much manual intervention in the business process. Required information is not always available. Information retention is inefficient or nonexistent. Poor use of available information technology resources. Insufficient use of database technology or tools. Poor communication. How could a proper database system and subsequent tools serve to improve the issues this department is having? (short answer) In this department it would help them to eliminate the third party company they use and give them a more efficient way of entering reservations in their department. Accounting What are the current problems that Accounting is having? (multiple choice, multiselect) System is disconnected from other departments. Too much manual intervention in the business process. Required information is not always available. Information retention is inefficient or nonexistent. Poor use of available information technology resources. Insufficient use of database technology or tools. Poor communication. How could a proper database system and subsequent tools serve to improve the issues this department is having? (short Register to View Answersystem would help this department out a lot, it would provide them with a better to way enter all of the accounting information instead of having to flip through papers, and all of the other departments would be able to get information to him faster and more efficient. Housekeeping What are the current problems that Housekeeping is having? (multiple choice, multiselect) System is disconnected from other departments. Too much manual intervention in the business process. Required information is not always available. Information retention is inefficient or nonexistent. Poor use of available information technology resources. Insufficient use of database technology or tools. Poor communication. How could a proper database system and subsequent tools serve to improve the issues this department is having? (short answer) It will help the department to organize their inventory, scheduling, and also help out the other departments with reports of what's going on in housekeeping. Final Report Email to Stan Note to self about report requirements: Include the problems you saw and what we could do to improve the flow of information and communications between the departments Addresses how you might interconnect our departments and any proposed systems Discuss any use of databases and associated database tools Include how we can leverage Business Intelligence (BI) to produce meaningful information and decision making systems to help us keep costs low and increase profits 2009 Toolwire, Inc. All rights reserved. Final Report Derrik Green Week 4 IT/205 There are so many problems in this business; their communication is very poor they should implement a system that will work for each department. A database system will help this company out a lot; the system will give them the power to create spreadsheets so everyone will be able to get them in a timely manner. They should also set up some kind of online account to be able to put customers' information in the system without having to use a third party company. A database system will be a very helpful tool to the company in every department throughout the hotel. A Windows system would probably be a good fit for the company with Microsoft excel so they can create spreadsheets and all types of charts to keep paper work organized and in order so you can find exactly what you are looking for.

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