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Title: Design and implementation of scalable distributed hotels management system for an online tourist agency case study: Day to Day Classic Hotel, Kampala, Uganda
Authors: Mohamed Mohamud, Gees
Keywords: Design and implementation
Hotels management system
Online tourist agency
Day to Day Classic Hotel, Kampala
Issue Date: Jun-2011
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of Computing and Information Technology (SCIT)
Abstract: Hotel Management System (HMS) has great impact on the day to day activities in most hotels they among others they provide improved data accessibility, data integrity, security of information and so on. Today, the trend in most Hotels has shifted from the traditional and manual way of booking and managing the hotels to a modern and organized way. Because of the, Day to Day Classic Hotel (DDCH) could not be left behind and it fully shares the advantages of the computerized systems. This system has enabled DDCH to keep track of Guest’s records, permits fast access to the guest’s information, easy backup of data, simplifying the booking and alt of space has been saved. It has further improved on the security of the system’ to access the system one must be authenticated by use of user name and password.
Description: A Project Report Submitted To School Of Computer Studies In Partial Fulfillment For The Award Of The Bachelor’s Degree In Information Technology Of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology (BIT)

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