"Providing solutions to your valet confusion."
The MGS351 class has given this group the opportunity to collaborate on a group effort to create a database system utilizing Microsoft Access. The scope of the task could only be so detailed in respect that we have limited time and resources available to us. However, the database is created with intention of creating business value for a given company, and we believe it does just that. Starting with the foundational data inputs in underlying tables and relationships, we've created a sample database that not only facilitates the documentation process of the valet employees working directly with guest assets/belongings, but also enables the supervisor of parking to have a concise and relevant report view of current guest standings. The business value is really added when you see the new electronic forms that allow the valet employee to seemlessly add new guest parking records to the database with meticulous details. There are also forms that allow employees to quickly and accurately report new damage to vehicles. There are also reports that allow the higher ups to have a clear and consolidated view of nightly standings and current vehicle damage. These reports would allow the employee dealing with guest relations to easily find where the guests parked their vehicle, or to compare vehicle damage that has and hasn't been accounted for. To summarize, we are very proud of this database that we've created for your business, and believe it not only facilitates repetitive common business practices, but it allows for quicker response to different types of claims. This is only the beginning.