A Study of the Data Needs of Timeshare Resort, and Development of Necessary Data Systems to Support Managerial Information Requirements in the Timeshare Industry

Constantine, Robert A. (1987) A Study of the Data Needs of Timeshare Resort, and Development of Necessary Data Systems to Support Managerial Information Requirements in the Timeshare Industry The University of Queensland:

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Author Constantine, Robert A.
Title of report A Study of the Data Needs of Timeshare Resort, and Development of Necessary Data Systems to Support Managerial Information Requirements in the Timeshare Industry
Publication date 1987
Place of publication The University of Queensland
Total pages 64
Language eng
Subjects 14 Economics
Formatted abstract
MAJOR SUBJECTS OF REPORT
(1) Timeshare
(2) Data Management
(3) Database Design
(4) Management Information Systems

SECONDARY SUBJECT AREAS OF REPORT
(1) Valuation Systems for Real Estate
(2) Accounting in Timeshare Industry
(3) Data Security Systems

OBJECTIVES OF REPORT
(1) To define and classify managerial data needs within a Timeshare Resort.
(2) To translate these data requirements into a logical file structure, using a database; and support this database with input and output systems relevant to the managerial needs of a Timeshare Resort.
(3) To test and refine the systems designed. The process of model creation; and prototyping the proposed system by practical trial, will be used. A working model of the final system is to be developed.


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