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In this report I will chose 2 different but relevant companies that have I.C.T systems such as booking systems also pay roll and stock control systems. I will have to write a report on each system and explain it.

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REPORT INTRODUCTION In this report I will chose 2 different but relevant companies that have I.C.T systems such as booking systems also pay roll and stock control systems. I will have to write a report on each system and explain it. FINDINGS: DIFFERENT TYPES OF SYSTEMS: Companies which use I.C.T systems are, travel agents, theatres, motor vehicle restaurants and many more of the same type. 1st COMPANY The 1st organisation which I have chosen to write about is Blockbusters. Blockbusters is a well known large company. Blockbusters history and background information Blockbuster Inc, was founded in Dallas, Texas in 1985 and is a leading global provider of in-home movie and game entertainment. Blockbuster Inc. is a leading provider of videos, DVDs and video games, making it one of the strongest entertainment brands in the world. In October 2002, Blockbuster acquired the UK-based games retailer, Game station. Blockbusters is a large well known company. This organisation consists of a group of people working together to provide excellent services to its customers. The people in this organisation work in different task areas known as functions or functional areas. Functional areas need to communicate effectively so that they can successfully work together towards common objectives. ...read more.

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A fixed re-orders level system means that when stock falls to a certain level, more stocks are ordered. This system should ensure that stocks never run too low and should be able to cope with fluctuating levels of demand. Blockbusters use computer software to manage stock control. Bar coding enables Sainsbury's to keep an up to date check on the stock that they hold and may be able to trigger order systems based on time interval or stock levels. Shown below is a table to show how Blockbusters system works. Shown below is an image of Blockbusters pay roll system. Blockbusters payroll system has a master file which contains the employee's details, including the employee number which is a unique to each member of staff. This number will also link into the employee's details kept by the personal function or department. The payroll system has all the details regarding pay including salary, rate of pay, time of pay, bank account number, deductions from tax and national insurance contributions. Shown below is an image of Blockbusters booking system. Blockbusters booking system holds customer's details, a unique booking number per transaction, date of booking, and length of booking. ...read more.

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2nd COMPANY The 2nd organisation which I have chosen to write about is Game Station. Game Station is the fastest growing retailer of video and computer games in the UK. Game Station also offers a mail order service and the facility to order on line, so you can purchase your games from the comfort of your own home. This organisation consists of a group of people working together to provide excellent services to its customers. The people in this organisation work in different task areas known as functions or functional areas. Functional areas need to communicate effectively so that they can successfully work together towards common objectives. Game Station is the destination for true gamers. Shown below is an image of Game Station booking system. Game Stations payroll system has a master file which contains the employee's details, including the employee number which is a unique to each member of staff. This number will also link into the employee's details kept by the personal function or department. The payroll system has all the details regarding pay including salary, rate of pay, time of pay, bank account number, deductions from tax and national insurance contributions. ?? ?? ?? ?? UNIT 2 I.C.T and Organisations Talha Ali - 1 - ...read more.

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