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INTRODUCTION

1.1 Company Profile:


Tehra Technologies, as a leading IT solution and service provider, provides innovative
information technology - enabled solutions and services to meet the demands arising from social
transformation, shaping new life styles for individuals and creating values for the society.

Focusing on software technology, Tehra Technologies provides industry solutions and


product engineering solutions, related software products & platforms, and services, through
seamless integration of software and services, software and manufacturing, as well as technology
and industrial management capacity.

Tehra Technologies’s service offerings include application development & maintenance,


ERP implementation & consulting, testing, performance engineering, software localization &
globalization, IT infrastructures, BPO, IT education & training, etc.

1.2 Introduction
Holiday Inn-Tourism: This is an online project developed using Php and MySQL. The
purpose of this project is to provide the complete information about the Users that are interested
in a tour package for an organization.These project consists of 2 modules Admin and User where
admin can add the different tour packages with exciting offers and users can view those packages
and opt for the one they are interested in.Admin have given different privileges to work on.

1.3 Existing System & Need for New System:

Existing System

1. All Work are done Manually.


2. In Manual Booking System Customer has to go to the Travelling office.
3. Ask Inquiry for Travelling then Book ticket Finally Pay Payment & Collect Receipt.
4. Difficult To Maintain the Customer Details of Package and Payment Receipt in Register.
5. They Register Tour Package in the notebook.
6. Add advertisement in Local newspaper or Local Market.
7. Use Travelling Facility For the Limited Area or Person.

Need for New System


1. To Create Web Based Application For our Organization.
2. To Provide Search Facility For Customer.
3. To Generate Different Types of Reports.
4. To Provide the online Ticket Booking and online Payment Facility For Customer.
5. To Provide package Details.
6. Customer Can Cancel the Booking then Return 15% Less Deduct From the Amount.

1.4 Limitations of Existing System


1. More man power.
2. Time consuming.
3. Consumes large volume of paper work.
4. Needs manual calculations.
5. No direct role for the higher officials.
6. To avoid all these limitations and make the working more accurately the system needs to
be computerized in a better way.

2. PROPOSED SYSTEM

2.1 PROBLEM STATEMENT:


According to the problem statement in research has its own importance which deals with present
problems and possible solutions to those. This section gives the motivation of the researcher to
conduct research. This section explains in detail why this research is mandatory for the
researcher. This section must be treated with caution in order to give a simple and
powerful solution to this problem else it will fail to justify this research.
This makes researcher to refer to the areas of problem or to capture the problem and solve
them in a convincing manner, and it only complicates the problem, not a solution. There are
many factors that affect consumer behavior on tourism in India. The main factor is to study the
consumer behavior that deals with potential customers, and tourism that deals with the
requirements of the consumer.

Product position statement:

Product positioning is where your product fits in the marketplace. You have the opportunity to
guide it, but your customers will make up their minds about what your product really means to
them. The good news is that if you concentrate on the value you want to deliver and actually
deliver against that promise, your product will be positioned for broader success.
Product Overview:

These efforts involve:

 Continuously evaluating travel programs and policies;


 Examining new technologies and automated systems;
 Analyzing the impact of current and proposed regulations, laws, executive orders, and
international agreements;
 Facilitating the Interagency Travel Management Committee (ITMC);
 Facilitating the Travel Executive Steering Committee (TESC); and
 Educating and training of federal travel professionals

Functional Requirements
Customer Module:

There are two types of users. Visitors to the site and Tourists. The user module has the following
sub divisions.

1. Search
All visitors to the system can search for tourist centers in Kerala, as per specific location, district,
category and season. They can get information about different recreational facilities available at each
Tourist centers and information about facility providers, quality and cost.

2. Registration

The tourist who wishes to avail of the facilities provided by DTPC has to register with the system
giving all the details. He / she have to provide a user id and password. The registration process, user login
process, security checking regard to these is taken care of in this module.

3. Online Booking

In this module tourists can book online the following facilities: Home stay, travel agents, Health
care centers (Indian System) and hotels / restaurants, one month in advance.

They can also make on line payment of bills for booking. They can also cancel the booking and get the
payment back after deduction booking charges.
4. Feed back

Options to give feed back by the users are coming under this sub module.

Administrator Module:

This module has the following sub modules.

1. Information Module

In this module there provides data about different Tourist centers photos, clippings, audio and
video gallery. Addition, deletion and modification of data is taken care of in this module. New centers
with all information are added in the system.

2. Client Module

Recreational facilities and service providers at tourist centers are considered as clients of the
system. They have to register first before doing operations. Therefore in this module online registration of
clients, cancellation of a client permit, client login, and security checking are taken care of.

3. Reports & Mail

Generation of different reports, sending mails to clients and tourists, providing reports and data
are considered here.

4. Advertisements

The clients can advertise here .The functionality is developed and executed in this module

Nonfunctional Requirements

Performance Requirements
The Tourism management System application should be able to respond to the queries submitted
by the customer without much delay. When a user searches for a tour location, the application
should not take much time to return the results, similarly for the motel and package information.
Considering that the application is of moderate size, it should be able to display 10 results at a
time on each page, when the customer looks up for any particular data. Since the Online tourism
websites have much traffic, the user should also be able to logon to the system using high speed
internet. Most of the requests sent to the application should be answered in less than 5 seconds.

Security Requirements
It must be ensured that access will be provided to the authorized persons through user ID and password.
Network security will be provided by the use of firewalls.

Checks can be performed at regular internals to ensure data integrity

Software Quality Attributes


Reliable:
For all services that rely on TMS for access control, lack of availability of the supported services. The
product should not crash under any circumstance such as user entering invalid values, user trying to find
unusual data etc. It should show appropriate message for every user generated message.

Transparent:
Ideally, the user should not be aware that authentication is taking place beyond the requirement to
enter a password.

Scalable:
The system should be capable of supporting large number of client and servers.This suggests modular,
distributed architecture

Portable:
Our product will be portable to carry and will run in any machine provided it runs a Windows
Operating System.

Assumption and dependencies:


Some softwares used in implementing the system is with high cost and the client
has agreed to afford the amount of money needed to purchase them.Its assumed
that client won’t change that decision on the next phases of the software
development.Although we assume that client is using windows 7 or windows
8.Otherwise if client use an open source operating system,there is need of chanding
SRS accordingly

Project Scope
The Tourism Management System project is an implementation of a managing Tourism website
which helps the customers to search the availabilityof various tourist places and prices of
various hotel rooms in particular places, along with the different packages available with the
reservations. This project also covers various features like online registration of the users,
modifying the details of the website by the management staff or administrator of the website, by
adding, deleting or modifying the customer details or packages information. In general, this
website would be designed to perform like any other Tourist management website available
online .

Module Specification:
Modules that will be there in the projects are :
Customer: TRAVELER :-
- Registration(Login) - Registration
- View package -Login
- Search package -manage tour
- Booking - Manage tour package cost
- Give Payment - Manage Bus(travels)
- booking Cancellation
- Give Feedback
Admin:
- registration(Login)
- Manage User
- Manage Tour-package
- Manage Ticket Booking
- Manage Payment
- View Cancellation
-View feedback
Visitor:
- View site
- Give feedback

Operating Environment:
3. REQUIREMENT DETERMINATION AND ANALYSIS?
Fact Finding methods

General considerations
2. Data collection
3. Selecting research sites and study participants
We present here some guidelines for carrying out social surveys in connection with wood fuel projects.,
Our aim is to indicate what techniques are available, what sort of information should be gathered. We
generalize, because generalizations can be made, but we remind readers that there is much variety in
communities, and each specific situation requires its own approach, and its own modification of general
surveys. Moreover, the amount of manpower, financial and organizational resources available to
fuelwood investigators inevitably varies and further constrains generalizations about how surveys "ought
to be" carried outs.

Surveys can be conducted in many ways, from a small-scale, quickly organized examination of one
specific local situation, to a year-round national survey on a large scale. In this paper we are primarily
concerned with more restricted surveys, not with elaborate national surveys. Surveys vary not only in
scale, but also in location, objectives and methods, We indicate which of these is appropriate for specific
needs. No single source - written, oral interview, observation, questionnaire - should be regarded as
sufficient in revealing all aspects of fuelwood use. A combination of methodological approaches and
procedures is recommended in conducting any investigation of the sociological context of fuelwood uses
The aim is to build up many sources, so as to cross-check for reliability.

An ideal survey would permit generous allocations of time, and people who were experienced in social
surveys. The ideal period would be at least a complete year, which would permit the important seasonal
differences (how is wood gathered in the rainy season?) to be noted. But we recognize that most readers
will not have the resources to do an ideal survey. In many cases the survey will be done in response to an
urgent request or order from a government ministry or an international agency. "The district administrator
at X says that the people have a big problem getting firewood - go and find out what exactly the position
is. We need a report by next month." Here a quick simple survey is all that is possible, but we believe that
it is possible to get good and relevant information even in such difficult circumstances, and we suggest
ways of doing this.

Feasibility Study:
1. LOCATION ANALYSIS

Studying proposed sites for your hotel or resort aims to answer a number of questions critical to
the success of your hotel project. What makes the location an attractive site? Is there a supply of
labour sufficient in number and quality? What human resource costs can be expected? Is the
hotel supported by easy transport links? What are potential risks and advantages associated with
the local area?

2. TOTAL COSTS CALCULATION

This includes the development and architectural costs prior to opening the hotel. Then there are
the operating overheads which the hotel will incur, including licences, taxes, equipment,
furniture, insurance, human resources, inventories, electricity, water and more.

3. LOCAL HOTEL SUPPLY AND DEMAND INVESTIGATION

This involves analyzing all hotels in the local area, chiefly their competitiveness. Information
can be found with tourist boards, tour operators and travel research groups. Knowing local hotel
supply and demand helps in projecting occupancy levels and rates for your hotel, one of the key
elements in establishing its economic feasibility.

4. ROOM RATES AND YEAR-ROUND OCCUPANCY LEVELS

After establishing hotel supply and demand, your own hotel’s competitiveness, your projected
operating costs, desired ROI, and crucially, benchmarking your competitor hotels, you can focus
on room rates. Year-round projections for demand will go a long way to informing your pricing
decisions.

5. ESTABLISHING AND PROJECTING HOTEL REVENUE SOURCES

The main sources of revenue for your hotel will come from room stays, food and beverage, and
events such as conferences and meetings. Using your projections for average year-round room
rates and occupancy levels, you can project sales from different revenue sources, including food
and beverage, leisure and events.

6. HOTEL FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJECTED ROI

One of the most important parts of your hotel feasibility study is the projected ROI. ROI is
worked out by using a number of metrics, including internal rate of return (IRR), net present
value (NPV), debt coverage ratios and discounted cash flow (DCF), as well as others. They help
to show if the investment return is enough to proceed and if you will need to find financing from
elsewhere.
If so, will the lenders of this capital be content with the projected ROI? If not, the hotel proposal
can be abandoned altogether or it can be altered to make the return on investment attractive
enough to proceed, such as changing site, tweaking room rates and reducing costs. A clear and
comprehensive report is what banks, institutinal or privite investors (famliy offices) will be
looking for.

4. SYSTEM ANALYSIS & DESIGN

Use Case
Activity Diagram
Class Diagram:
SEQUENCE DIAGRAM :