2IT 204 Milestone 3RequirementsBirchwood Lane School currently uses a very manual method to record all student data. Birdwood Lane School has been tasked with setting up a database that can manage all of their data electronically, instead of on paper. Not only is this required at state and federal level but willprovide many benefits to Birchwood Lane School. An application will have to be developed to house all student, instructor, and course data. A Gap Analysis will also have to be performed to understand Birchwood’s current position and what their end goal is. A database management system (DBMS) will be implemented to meet their requirements and goals. Business Case and Gap Analysis InformationBirchwood Lane School currently has a manual process for recording all student data; everything is recorded on paper and kept in files. The following data is recorded in each student file: name, address, phone number, email, date of birth, enrollment date, graduation date, coursestaken, and courses currently enrolled in. The following data is recorded in each teacher file: name, address, phone number, email, date of birth, hire date, courses taught, and courses currently assigned to. The following is recorded for each course data: course name, course start date, course end date, course category, instructor, and student listing. All this data is stored in filing cabinets in paper files. The files are not stored in a secure room, leaving Birchwood at risk of losing information. By keeping paper files, there is also a big risk for human error and consume a lot of time managing the files (putting files together, completing necessary paperwork, etc.). Finally, in the event a file or any data goes missing or is destroyed, there is no way to recover the data.