A local video rental owner wants to come up with a new business plan that will make everything about video rentals (besides collecting and returning videos) done online.
Therefore, the new VRS(video rental software) will enable the following functions online: search for videos, become a member, rent videos, change member information, and pay bills due.
Store staff can use online video rental software to process rented or returned videos, add or remove videos from the store's video inventory, and update video information.
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VRS aims to increase owner profits by increasing video sales with this unique business approach and enabling them to reduce staffing requirements in their branches.
VRS is a web-based system. The system interacts with two other systems, the owner's email system, the dealer's video system, and the browser used by VRS customers.
VRS allows customers to search for video sources provided by this video library. To rent videos through VRS, you must register as a member of VRS.
Video rental employees use VRS to process rented video returns. Video library owners use VRS to add new videos to the system, remove videos from the system, and change video information.
The three main groups of VRS users are customers, members, and business employees. A customer is anyone who is not a member. Customers can only browse video inventory.
A member is someone who has registered with the VRS. A member can rent videos and pay fees online.