E-COMMERCE FOR CANTEEN SERVICES

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ABSTRACT This project is about creating an online ordering system for the canteens in Ashesi University College. In Ashesi, there are two canteens which serve a population of about 826 people. This puts pressure on the canteens causing the customers to wait for a long time when ordering food. The proposed system is an online ordering system which would allow the students and staff of Ashesi University College to order their food online. This paper also talks about the back end features the canteens would use to process the orders. The system would also help the canteens improve their services by providing the managers of the canteens with reports and reviews. The system would be a web application so it would need internet to work

E-COMMERCE FOR CANTEEN SERVICES
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    Type Project
    Department Management
    Project ID MGT0119
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 37 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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