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Database Coursework

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Database Coursework IDENTIFY I am creating this database for a Travel Agents in Egham. They would like me to create a database which allows them to be able to see their clients quickly and easily, see who their best customers are, be able to show them who owes them money, they would like to be able to print it out and finally it must be easy to use. ...read more.

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QUANTATIVE OBJECTIVES * Put all the clients wishes into the database * Keep simple to use * Make it to a professional standard ANALYSE My database will consist on clients information- * Name * Address * Telephone Number * E-mail * Specifications * Previous Bookings * Loyalty to the company * Disabilities etc. My data will come from the companies filing system. My back-up strategy will consist of floppy discs which all gets updated every Friday. ...read more.

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I have chosen to use Excel because one of my specifications will simplicity to the system and excel is relatively easy to use compared to Access. Each Friday a report of the database will be printed out to keep as history and in case it comes to any use in the future. DESIGN Design 1 Name Address Telephone No E-mail Prev. Bookings Preferences Any Disabilities Loyalty Design 2 Name Address Telephone No E-mail Prev. Bookings Preference Any Disabilities Loyalty Comments Design 3 Name Address Telephone No. Mobile No. E-mail Loyalty Comments Children Disabilities Nearest Airport Prev. ...read more.

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