System Analysis

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Chapter 6 Systems Analysis
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 Objective  What system development is  What is Waterfall Model for system development  What is prototyping  How Waterfall Model differs from prototyping
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Systems Analysis vs.  Systems Design System  Analysis   The  process of  studying an  existing system  and identifying  the  weaknesses   and  inefficiencies   that occur as a  result of that  system. System Design   The process of  implementing  corrections  to  the  observed   deficiencies   identified during  the systems  analysis .
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Organizational Change is a Certainty  Increasing productivity  Satisfying customers  Reducing costs  Enhancing competitive advantage Competition Government Regulation New Methods  and Procedures Pressures Objective: Increase profit by:
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Stakeholders Customers Suppliers Information  System Investors Regulators Technical  Staff Managers Clerical  Staff Who are the  stakeholders of  PatriotWeb?
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Time Use 4. Decline 3. Maturity 1. Conceptualization 2. Growth System Life Cycle
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