Product Database and website Development

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Project Description

Website Development Outline

Build a website to showcase all of our products. We have over 35,000 products which need to be uploaded on to a website. The products in question relate to hotelware which includes:

• Bed Linen
• Bath Linen
• Crockery
• Table Linen
• Kitchen Equipment
• Guest Amenities
• Chef Tools
• Uniforms
• Kitchen Machinery

Product Information and Information Extraction

The products need to be sorted in to specific categories and sub categories. This is the most crucial part of the project and needs to be carried out with impeccable accuracy.

The Product range is diverse and will require vast amount information. The required information is not available from a single database or source. Information will have to collected and organised from various sources, as below:
• Pdf Files
• Websites
• Online Portals
• Excel Sheets
• Word Documents

The products need to have a vast amount of detail in order to give the client as much as information as possible, the required information fields are found in the “required Fields” document. An example of a completed product database is attached “Steelite Database file”.
An extremely versatile search function will have to be used on the website; it should be able to search through all data fields such as description, code, size, category, etc.

Prices and other specific product information will only be available to registered users, so the website will have to have a client login function.
The website should be very similar (nearly identical) to the Lockhart Catering website The product categories and sub categories need to be sorted as they are on this website.

The website will need a product review section and live chat plugin.

The initial website does not have to be able to receive online payments but it should be able to take orders from clients. Payment will be done in store physically. It isn’t really an ecommerce website but just a catalogue website where the products are highly organised into categories and sub categories.

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