E-commerce for canteen services

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2017-04
Authors
Engmann, Sylvia Monalisa
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Food ordering applications for restaurants and eateries in Ghana have features such as make orders, select options for delivery or pickup, and provide various options of payment.The context of this project is to ease the pressure on Ashesi University College’s canteen service, give customers flexibility in buying food and take into consideration customizations tailored for Ashesi community (such as the meal plan system). Ashesi has limited eating services, and with a growing population, using the cafeteria services at certain times of the day (where classes are over during lunch times) is a problem. The community will be able to view and order meals, select a delivery or pickup option, and make payments via delivery or otherwise (with the meal plan). There is also a review and rating system, to give instant feedback to the cafeteria services on the meals, and allow the customers to make an informed choice on what they want to eat.
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Applied project submitted to the Department of Computer Science, Ashesi University College, in partial fulfillment of Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems, April 2017.
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food ordering, mobile applications, restaurant, cafeteria, people, queues, payments, Ashesi Community
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