Salon Management Case Study

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1.1 Introduction to System With increase in need of technology, information and communication technology is a fast developing field. Beau! Salon Management is a web-based appointment scheduling and management software solution that is designed specifically for the needs of the beauty and wellness industry as varied utilization of various client oriented functions to manage the customer segment of any Salon at our fingertips. Maintaining customer profiles Booking hairdresser and extended service options Maintain transaction records and estimate generation One of the best PHP frameworks is used to build interoperable, agile application. PHP is a scripting language designed for developing dynamic web pages. While its purpose…show more content…
has been given three-tiered architecture which works on browser, server and database system in a linear manner. After analysis of the existing system, it was observed that there is a scope of improvement and the limitations we observe in the existing system which we are trying to develop is It is more oriented to the customer segment and not the staff at the moment • Subsequent functionality of allowing users to purchase products. Not suitable for large threshold: Hard to maintain since PHP is not very modular. • Requires large database as the client-base increases Beau! should be able to provide the usage for creating customer profiles, Selectively booking hairdresser and other service options, To maintain transaction records and precise estimate generation, To keep client happy, To save time & complexity at saloon, Achieve better response rate System developed for saloon management can offer strong working on the features such as online appointment scheduling, SMS-based reminders, online payment processing through credit card integration and custom branding…show more content…
This information may include table names and characteristics, field names and characteristics, relationship information, et cetera. It is therefore data-about-data, or meta-data. To utilize this data dictionary there are the following distinct stages: IMPORT - Populate the dictionary database using details extracted from the physical database schema. This includes all field names and their attributes, and all primary keys, candidate keys and indices. If any table details are subsequently modified the import function can be used again to synchronize the dictionary. This will deal with new tables and new, changed or deleted columns. EDIT - Extend and customize the details for use by the application. The meta-data imported from the database cannot be changed, but additional data can be customized as

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