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Club IT, Part 3 1 Club IT, Part 3 By: Stephany Boles-University of Phoenix-Axia College XBIS219-Professor Shawn Rieder January 27, 2010
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Club IT, Part 3 2 Club IT is a fairly new but successful music venue. The business itself is successful, but Club IT has no technology incorporated to aid in the management of business information. This paper will break down the problems facing Club IT; along with the disclosure of technology recommendations. Club IT and its employees Club IT Owners Club IT is a small business. The owners of Club IT are Lisa Tejada and Ruben Keys. Both Ruben and Lisa completed their degrees in business administration in 2005. Lisa and Ruben made a living through working as musicians during college. Ruben and Lisa’s knowledge in the operations of business and the nightclub scene are also beneficial to their business. Club IT Employees Outside of owners Lisa and Ruben, Club IT consists of four bartenders, six waiters/waitresses, two stewards, two short-order cooks, and four security staff. Club IT has an efficient number of employees to cover the needs of the business. It appears by the even number of employees Club IT has it set up in a way that half of the staff works certain days, and the other portion of staff works on the opposing days.
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Club IT, Part 3 3 Club IT’s Driving Force At Club IT, customers are the main source to the company’s growth. Customers of Club IT are of the Net Generation and Millenials. Most customers live their daily lives with wireless mobile technology like Blackberries, PDAs, camera phones, and other forms of wireless technology. The addition of technology is the best bet for Club IT. Long and short-term Goals of Club IT To be on the same page as their customers, Club IT believes they should implement more technology into their business. Information technology would play a huge role in daily operations in areas like organization of business information, employee information, and inventory. With the implementation of information technology, Ruben and Lisa will be able to track all financial information concerning food and beverage sales, total cost of sales, controllable expenses, and net income. Long-term goals To implement information technology into Club IT, there must be some alterations in their expenses. A reduction in Club IT’s operating and marketing expenses can be done through the addition of information technology. Advertisement is a long-term goal that is important to Club IT. Club IT wants to expand their member base and strengthen advertisement through a more modernized approach. Advertisement will be more cost-efficient because the majority of the advertisement will be done through m-commerce and the company website. Club IT would also like to expand customer’s ability to obtain concert tickets through other methods than only telephone sales. The need for communicating with suppliers and distributors is another aspect
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Club IT, Part 3 4 that Club IT considers to be a long-term goal. Implementing an information system would bring
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