Dinetech.com is a website providing information about dining facilities offered by various restaurants enlisted under the website. The client wanted to design and develop an administrative interface for the website that will provide various features and reports for the restaurant owners. With the added features, the restaurant admin can define various categories and organize their menu into these categories. The admin can define the various items and prices in their menu, manage the various brands of wines they offer, such as creating new brands, managing wine distributors, purchases, regions, and wine sizes. The admin can also post their recipes on the website. The interface will help the respective restaurant admin manage people in their restaurant and prepare time cards for them. A user registration interface will allow the admin to add/ edit/ delete users on the website. The admin can also manage and book tables for the guests, manage tax codes, define the various payment types in which they accept payments, and a large number of various other features needed to evenly manage their dining facilities. Restaurant administrators can also access various reports that provide The needed information and statistics on different parameters, such as guests, daily sales, revenues, hourly sales among others.
We developed a comprehensive and extensive administrative panel for the restaurant owners to allow them to manage and provide dining facilities to their guests. The panel is organized into various menu and sub menus to facilitate easy navigation. We worked with the client to develop a complete understanding of the various features needed in the admin and functionality related thereto. Various sections of the website were implemented and integrated keeping in mind the client's requirements and guidelines. Through the entire phase of the project, the client was kept updated with the minutest of details. The reports were informative, well formatted, and structured to give a one-glance view of the statistics to the admin. The database was well designed and normalized, which enabled it to store and retrieve a large amount of data faster. The admin could also control permissions and rights for the various user levels and connect to multiple databases from the same admin.