Design and Implementation of a Computerized Restaurant Management Information System

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Design and Implementation of a Computerised Restaurant Management Information System.


This project work is primarily designed to give an insight to the computer-based restaurant management information system. It is as a result of problem associated with the existing system which involves the use of manual method in keeping information in the system.

So among the numerous problems associated with the existing system are; staff are spending far too much time chasing mistakes instead of tending to customers, sales going unrecorded, inventory doesn’t match your tallies and other.

Computerized management information system database information system used by restaurant personnel to collect data, process it and also store it for future use. Researcher used visual basic in designing the system and Microsoft office as the database system.


Title Page i

Approval ii

Certification iii

Dedication iv

Acknowledgment v

Table Of Content vi

Abstract x

CHAPTER ONE Introduction

1.1 Background Of The Study 1

1.2 Statement Of The Problems 3

1.3 Objectives Of The Study 4

1.4 Significance Of The Study 4

1.5 Scope Of The Study 5

1.6 Limitations Of The Study 5

1.7 Assumption Of The Study 6

CHAPTER TWO Literature Review

2.1 Technology’s Effect On Restaurants Building A Strategic Competitive Advantage 7

2.2 The Strategic Management Process For Restaurant S 8

2.3 The Broad Environment For Restaurants 8

2.4 Technology’s Impact In The Restaurant And Hotel Industry 10

2.5 Managerial Implications In The Restaurant Industry 13

2.6 An Overview Of Different Types Of Restaurants 14

2.7 Different Types Of Restaurant Concepts 17

2.8 Definition Of Management Information Systems 18

2.9 Management Information Systems In Restaurants 20

2.10 Management Information Systems And Restaurant Reporting Formation Systems In Restaurants 22

2.11 Online Food Ordering 23

2.12 Multi-Restaurant Management System Solution 26

2.13 Overview Of The Project/Business Model 26

2.14 Resturant Booking System 29

2.15management Information System And The Computer 30

CHAPTER THREE Research Methodology and Analysis Of The Existing System

3.1 Research Review 33

3.2 Methodology 34

3.3 The Objectives Of The Existing System 35

3.5 Output Analysis 36

3.6 Input Analysis 37

3.7 Processing 37

3.8 Problems Of The Existing System 37

3.9 Justification Of The New System 38

3.10 Advantages Of The Proposed System 38

CHAPTER FOUR Design, Testing And Implementation Of The New System

4.1 Design Standards 39

4.2 Output Specification And Design 39

4.3inputspecification 40

4.4 File Design 40

4.5 Procedure Chart 41

4.6 System Flowchart 42

4.7 System Requirements 43

4.8 Implementation Of The New System 44

4.9 Program Flowchart 45

4.10 Main Menu Design Flowchart 46

4.11 Documentation 47

4.12 Program Documentation 47

CHAPTER FIVE Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation

5.1 Summary 50

5.2 Conclusion 50

5.3 Recommendations 51

References 52

Appendix 57


Computerised restaurant management information system is a database program that keeps a record of all transaction carried out in the restaurant on a daily bases.

The system helps the restaurant management to keep an adequate record of all transactions carried out and does that will still be carried out by the restaurant and maintain the database of the restaurant.

Various types of fall into several industry classifications based upon menu style, preparation methods and pricing. Additionally, how the food is served to the customer helps to determine the classification.

Historically, the restaurant referred only to places that provided tables where one sat down to eat the meal, typically served by a waiter. Following the rise of Fast food and restaurants, a Retronym for the older “standard” restaurant was created, sit-down restaurant.

Most commonly, “sit-down restaurant” refers to a casual dining restaurant with Table service, rather than a or a “diner”, where one orders food at a Countertop. Sit-down restaurants are often further categorized, in North America, as “family-style” or “”.


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