@scottalanmiller You're right. I think I need to talk again to my client Thank you.
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RE: Hotel and Resort Management System
@scottalanmiller Yeah, I'll be visiting the hotel this end of the month to check the processes. And maybe checking all points of employees that needs automation. I'm really having a hard time on this one, because my client and I talked just once and all he said is this, in exact words "check our manual processes and automate. And include a website for desktop and mobile". That's all! hahaha!
Hotel and Resort Management System
I'm back with a question guys!So, I have new project a Hotel and Resort Management System, the thing is this is my first time to make a system for a hotel and resort. Now the question is, I have no idea on what points should I check first? Do you know any reference? Any guide?
As per my client's advise, the scopes are Room Reservation and Employee Management and soon to include Billing and Accounting part and lastly, a website for them.
We got this website, http://www.hotelmanagementsystem.co.in/ but I want more reference to start with.
We really need help guys. Thanks!
@Joyfano can you help me?
Google buys satellite start-up Skybox Imaging
We'll let's wait and see.
Google's start-up shopping spree shows no signs of letting up.
The search giant announced Tuesday that it's paying $500 million for Skybox Imaging, a start-up that provides real-time, high-resolution satellite imagery.
Google (GOOGL, Tech30) says it plans to use Skybox satellites to "keep Google Maps accurate with up-to-date imagery." Google also said in a blog post that Skybox could help it bring Internet access to remote areas and help with disaster relief.
Google has been experimenting with the delivery of Internet signals from high-altitude vehicles, including balloons and drones. In April, it announced the purchase of solar-powered drone maker Titan Aerospace, a company that had also reportedly drawn interest from Facebook (FB, Tech30).
Skybox, founded in 2009, said Google will "support us in accelerating our ambitious vision."
"We both believe in making information (especially accurate geospatial information) accessible and useful," Skybox said in a blog post.