Club It Part 1

Club IT Part One

Melissa Dziedzic

BIS 219

January 15, 2011

Stuart McCubbrey

With high expectations and strong determination, Ruben Keys and Lisa Tejada have brought a funky and down-to-earth club to the local community. The pair have created a striking atmosphere appealing to various clienteles and used their business administration degrees to plant a solid foundation for their future. To ensure long-term success of their venue, Ruben and Lisa have hired an information systems professional to provide them with a full analysis of their needs.

As stated on Club IT’s website, "We, Ruben and Lisa, offer you live music, DJ's, dance space and refreshments that suit your lifestyle. You are our friends, and we seek to build a community that meets regularly at Club IT.” The club’s appeals to the 21-30 age group who enjoy a casual environment with reasonably priced food and beverages as well as a variety of entertainment.

To ease the flow of communication between management and employees and to support the club’s mission, a variety of information management resources are available for use. The recommended resource would be Microsoft Vista or

Microsoft XP; excellent automation systems used for communication. An additional asset would be Microsoft Outlook to further mass communication between the owners and their 19 employees. Considering that the business may likely expand, Microsoft Outlook will accommodate the growing staff. Work schedules, policy updates, daily specials or menu changes, and security policies can all

An additional resource recommended would be a transaction processing system (TPS) that   monitors the collection and processing of data or transactions within the establishment. Purchases made by customers can be recorded to generate future data vital to the operations of the club. All transactions made by management will be tracked in order to facilitate increasing production and advance the marketing structure of the club.