Catering Reservation System

3404 Words Dec 17th, 2012 14 Pages
Chapter 1
Introduction
1.1 Background of the Study

Nana Nelia’s Catering Services is a small business of Nelia Dalmacio. She started with a carenderia in front of her house, since she likes cooking for her family. From the small business grew the idea of starting up a catering service, now Nana Nelia’s had already work for many clients for almost a decade (since March 2001). The catering business serves food in events, such as, birthday parties, wedding, and other event functions such as, baptismal and seminars. As their business grows they add extra services, like flower arrangements, table settings and free venues. The business is still needs improvement, enough to compete with other bigger catering services that are already gaining
…show more content…
1.4 Scope and Limitation of the Study
Scope of the study:
• The proposed system handles event inquiries and reservation on Nana Nelia’s catering service.
• The system gives enough information about the company contract information, the price and package they offer.
• The system provides a printable form of the reservation to give the customer a proof of transaction and serves as a reservation receipt.
• The proposed system provides an admin module that can use research and change reservation made by the customer.

Limitation of the study
• The system is in accessible for a specific period of time when the owner updates the system. This is to avoid errors to the customer reservation process.
• The system does not handle the billing process of Nana Nelia’s Catering Service. Does, it gives an agreement in which the customer must sign to a condition regarding the negotiation about payment upon reservation.
• Removing customers who does not yet returned the contract or reservation proof within the four days validation is done manually by the admin. This is to track list of unconfirmed customer.
• Since the billing process is not including in the study, the deposit slip and the contract which will be given to the owner are external to the system.

Chapter 2
ANALYSIS OF RELATED AND EXISTING SYSTEM
This Chapter