I need help creating a thesis and an outline on Technology for Business. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. Club IT is a nightclub of its kind. According to Turban and Rainer “We Reuben 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” (Turban and Rainer, web). Reuben and Lisa co-own this club. They completed their business administration degrees in 2000 and decided to follow their business aspirations. In college, Reuben and Lisa earned a means of survival through nightclubbing. Lisa would play Jazz violin while Reuben drums and this gave then a vast experience in nightclubbing.
The club targets all kinds of people, old and young. It has a program that runs throughout all seasons giving their clients a wide variety of choices. The monthly calendar of diverse music, ranging from hip-hop, techno, electronic, mp3s, and live bands maintained in this club enables a good flow of clients. For instance, while August is a month of R&B, in September hip-hop rocks the place and in November Jazz. The interior of Club IT is designed to accommodate a good number of people on the dance floor, while the seating capacity is for 220 people. A kitchen and a bar are part of this design. Distinguished sections allow customers to make a choice according to their various needs. Thus, the club serves dancers, hungry people who dine in their restaurant, and others interested in refreshing themselves.
Club IT lacks Transaction processing systems (TPS). At Club IT many transactions take place every day that include the sale of beer, sale of a plate of the buffet, payment to staff, or payment of bills such as electricity. These transactions require a system to capture them as soon as they occur. The current system is ineffective and needs a replacement with an automated TPS to avoid human errors that come with it. A TPS monitor, collect, store, and process data collected .from all business transactions. In addition, this data is stored in an organization’s database and input in functional information systems for further analysis.