w1_ilab - Memorandum e Date: October 27, 2008 To: Bill...

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Memorandum e Date: October 27, 2008 To: Bill Doors From: Re: SDLC Model Analysis ……………………………………………………………… There are several advanced methods to choose from, and companies often struggle when choosing which SDLC model to use. Waterfall model development is well liked among companies because it is simple and it assists project management. Waterfall model development, also known as the Systems Development Lifecycle Model (SDLC), is an approach to software development that separates a project into predetermined phases. Each phase is performed in order, and each depends on the completion of previous phases. 1. Evaluate the problem—Identify flaws with existing solutions and collect information. 2. Suggest a resolution — Offer an in depth description of the solution, including pros and cons and the problems the software will address. Confirm timelines, budgets, work breakdown structures, and other sustaining documents. Most importantly, identify and analyze requirements. 3. Design the architecture—Once the proposal has been accepted, create models of the
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2009 for the course BIS 261 taught by Professor Bennett during the Fall '08 term at DeVry Cincinnati.

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w1_ilab - Memorandum e Date: October 27, 2008 To: Bill...

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