I need help doing the following website in ASP.NET 2.0. I have to Design, implement, test and deploy an E-Management System for the following case study. Please bid accordingly as this is just a case study.
A web based System for the Event Management Industry
PartyZone a well-established event management company in Spain has invested on British shores for the first time by means of a huge multi-purpose arena, called to-Gather just off the M25, close to junction J8.
The idea of starting to-Gather was to facilitate social gatherings just away from the congested streets of London. The facility provides hall of various sizes to various events of varied nature. The 5 halls have 2 halls of 100 seats, 150, 300, and 450 seats respectively. PartyZone has also created an opportunity for an open-air gathering to accommodate around 700 people. This concept being new to Britian is expected to have a slow but steady increase in response and awareness.
PartyZone has also thought about the need for a huge parking facility to cater for its customers and hence they have made a total capacity of 600 spaces inside the arena premises. Dining areas are also available as separate bookings and also some other optional facilities that are provided are as follows:
1. Event Management Services
2. Catering Services
3. Event promotion
Though these are services that could be offered by PartyZone for an additional cost they are usually outsourced to a selected few service providers who have been hand picked by the Spanish conglomerate.
As a part of their IT enable service that would enable clients to make a booking for the various services that are on offer through the internet and if you are keen on making a visit to the arena before making a booking then you could arrange a viewing through the web.
In order to proceed with the contract they would like to have a prototype demonstrated by you before 9th of May 2006. PartyZone has given you the freedom of making realistic assumptions whilst developing the prototype. A detailed document illustrating the various cost aspects involved would be followed soon.