4 Customers Registration A registration portal to hold customers details

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4- Customers Registration: A registration portal to hold customer`s details, monitor their transaction and used same to offer better and improved services to them. The customer will have to provide payment details such as credit card to complete the reservation. 5- Management Module through which an admin of the System can add, edit, update and delete different categories of cars and their corresponding information , as well as customer information
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6- A rating system through which customers can leave their feedback of the business as well the performance of the vehicles which they rented 7- Data Security by keeping company data in a secured database and controlling access levels to the data based on user rights 1.2 Scope The scope of this project is as follows: 1- The car rental system to keep detail records of both the cars and the customers, the duration they rent car as well as the type of car they rent. 2- The system will be mainly design for small a company that renders it car rental services to customers. 3- the system will have the ability to generate and print invoice for each successful transaction. Level of Access: The system will have two levels of access: 1- The administrator 2- Customer 1.3 Problem Statement The problem with some of the current system is that: Based on observations, some small companies already have a car rental system which is not a web based application. This is a limitation that gives them capability to store customer’s details, but at the same time they cannot make their services more available to the public through the internet, they rather make use of posters to advertise their services to the public. These types of companies can overcome these problems by switching to the web base application of their type of system. They also make use of phone call reservations which is also limited to many features as compare to a web base system. For example a customer may make a phone call reservation for a particular car, but when he/she comes to pick the car, he/she might turn not to like the
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car; this could be because the customer could not see a sample picture of the car he/she wants to rent 1.4 Methodology The Iterative Waterfall Model is the development methodology that will be used in this project to develop the CRS. This Model is derived from the evolution of the Traditional Waterfall Model. It consists of six phases, which include; the Requirement and Definition, System and Software Design, Implementation and testing, System testing, Deployment and maintenance. Each of these phases is repeated if an error is discovering, this enables the correction of errors before moving to the next phase. The Figure 1.1 below represents the Iterative Waterfall Model for this project, and each of the phases is explain accordingly.
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  • Summer '17
  • mr khalid

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