Case Study of Implementation of Information System in Tourism
Information technology (IT) is a fast growing field and thus becomes a backbone tool for services used in tourism industry. More and more demanding tourists are no longer satisfied only with natural resources but they seek more active leisure. To set-up a modern condition with information technology support in tourism, one should bear in mind that preparative phase is immensely important. Organizational and system structure, users knowledge of information technology, achieved information paths, as well as financial side are crucial components, too. Information systems already in use (not all computerised) should be thoroughly reviewed. Setting the basic tree structure of data to represent all tourism information and upholding fast retrieval are challenges to be carefully followed. User-friendliness, multi-media, INTERNET milieu, etc. are certainly ambitious goals, which cannot be overlooked.
KeywordsTourism Industry Reservation System Network Server Provider Professional User Financial Side
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.I. Berce, J., Oblak, A., Trsan, I.: Tourism promotion needs multimedia information system, ENTER 95, 260–267 (1995).Google Scholar
- 2.Berce, Jaro,: Tourism and information technology: Multimedia, systems for administration with documents and INTERNET – ‘85: Portoroz, Slovenia (ISBN 96161.65–01–1,p.13).Google Scholar
- 3.Berce, Jaro: Tourist information system of Slovenia - for some people still something that should not be done: DELO, (znanje za razvoj, 12. April 1995,).Google Scholar