Journal article Open Access
S. Priyadharshini; R. Catherine Joy
The aim of an automated hotel management system is to handle all aspects of the hotel's information and booking system. This application attempted to cover all operations that occur in residential hotels. It is all identified, from employee management to booking, floors, offices, and room type management, among other things. We sought to demonstrate how data/information is processed in hotels in our project, automated Hotel Management System. The hotel management overview was achieved by splitting the project into different modules. Customers are offered various facilities such as check-in, checkout, and entry editing, as well as advance payments. Customer has the option to cancel his or her reservation if he or she so desires. Customer Id or customer name may be used to search for any customer or employee. It is also possible to inquire about available spaces. It will produce reports for customers, employees (who work in the hotel), and a bill for the customer when the customer checks out. We've only included a few modules because our aim is to get an idea or learn more about how hotels are managed. With the addition of several more components, this type of project may be used in a variety of hotels. The efficiency of any hotel is determined by the method used to obtain and prevent information from customers' personal data for use in the hotel's various services. It has been a complex and difficult operation to manage their outcome revealed, particularly when information flow is consistent. This project focuses on creating a client-side and user interface in Java Script, as well as a backend in Java Spring to support panorama data and images. Index terms- Automated, Front end, Java spring, sql, web development.
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