XBIS SDLC - programmers, and technical spets. Systems...

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Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Arlene Hynard XBIS/219 December 9, 2010 Michael Scott
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Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) The systems development life cycle (SDLC ) is the systems development method which is utilized by businesses for Information Technology projects. The SDLC is a sequential process in which information systems are developed, they include systems investigation, systems analysis, systems design, programming, testing, implementation, operation, and maintenance. Tasks in each stage must be completed before you can move along to the next stage. Systems development consists of teams of people such as users, systems analysts,
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Unformatted text preview: programmers, and technical spets. Systems analysts design information systems, programs make changes or create new computer programs. Users and managers are affected by the changes made to the systems and are referred to as system stakeholders. The benefits of SDLC are better control and accountability as well as the ability to detect errors easily. The ability to detect errors results in cost savings on the back end. The biggest disadvantage of SDLASDLC is its rigidity. Because of its tight structure, it does not allow users to make changes once complete....
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