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As a business professional, I should be able to recognize the fundamental components of information systems that encounter in the real world. I had chosen the Golden Screens Cinema (GSC) e-ticketing system as my research topic.
Background of Golden Screens Cinema(GSC)
Golden Screen Cinemas is acknowledged as the largest chain of cinemas in Malaysia and it has the credit of housing the largest 18 screen cinemas in Malaysia. The 18 screen cinemas in Malaysia comprises of Mid Valley Megamall, Utama, Berjaya Times Square, Summit USJ, Cheras Leisure Mall, IOI Mall, Selayang Capitol, Shaw Centrepoint, Terminal 1 in Seremban, Mahkota Parade in Malacca, Berjaya Megamall in Kuantan, Pelangi Leisure Mall and Summit Batu Pahat in Johor, Plaza Bukit Mertajam and Gurney Plaza in Penang, Cental Square in Sungai Petani, Ipoh Parade in Ipoh, Queensbay Mall in Penang(opening soon in 2007) and Kota Kinabalu in Sabah.

The Golden Screen Cinemas in Penang is located at Gurney Plaza, Penang has all the facilities of the Cineplex’s. The movie lovers can avail various facilities in Golden Screen Cinemas in Penang like concessions on popcorn, soft drinks and other snacks and apart from these it also offers 3 Glitter cafés and gift shops featuring wonderful gift items and other trendy stuffs.

Gurney Plaza Penang opened on 16, January 2004 and it is the second movie theater of Golden Screen Cinemas. Gurney Plaza, Penang is considered as the first multiplex in not only Penang but the entire Northern region. By spending RM 15, for each ticket the movie admirers can enjoy movies at the 80 seated premier classes with its own attached luxurious lounge. The seats have the special advantage of attached trays to keep snacks and drinks while enjoying the movie.

Introduction of GSC e-ticketing system
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