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main details management needs, a little project with small needs will suffice with easy  technology, but huge tasks with huge details needs can benefit from more extensive  technological alternatives. These stages help determine the technology required in accordance  with the details specifications of a project: . Level one is a document centered details system for  small tasks were use of technology is not required or not available. . Level two needs the use of  main pc applications to handle project details. . Level three identifies the use of data source to  handle the improved variety of details. . Level  will require a completely incorporated DME-IS  system. CARE DME-IS GUIDELINES Web page  Determine  The DME-IS levels The circles -  (with numbers) represents the four stages progressively from easier (level ) to the more difficult  (level ). The overlapping ovals denote the occurrence of simultaneous functions among two 
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