The Phases of the System Development Process

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System Development Process 1 The Phases of the System Development Process Sonja Saltzgiver Axia College
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System Development Process 2 The phases of the System Development Process are initiation, system concept development, planning, requirement analysis, design, development, integration and test, implementation, operations and maintenance, and disposition. These phases are also referred to as the systems development life cycle and may vary depending upon the project. (Whitten−Bentley, 2007) The following phases are usually called the planning phase. In the initiation phase the concept proposal is created. This proposal leads the team to the system concept development phase and includes cost analysis and risk management. The planning phase, which follows, is where resources are acquired to achieve the final solution. The next phases are referred to as the analysis and design phase. A detailed functional requirement document is created in the requirement analysis phase. The design phase is where
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