Barcode System Process Analysis

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Process Analysis 1 Modeling of Barcode Scanning System Trisha Ramirez BSA411 Lawrence Sojda January 31, 2011
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Process Analysis 2 Barcode Scanning Process Analysis The development of the system concept is the first stage in coming up with a plan for a new business application system. The system concept should state who the application is for, what problem will it solve, where it will be used, when and why it is needed and how it will work. The system concept is simply a broad overview of the proposed system rather than a detailed document. Process analysis focuses on the system concept and determines how the application will benefit or support the current business activities. In this paper I will discuss the system concept and process analysis for the proposed barcode scanning system. Process Analysis The process analysis phase is used to gather information such as documents, sources and user information. The information is gathered through conducting business interviews, creating surveys and watching the individual departments to determine the needs and wants of each department. During analysis, data are collected on the available files, decision points and transactions handled by the present system. Interviews, on-site observation and questionnaire are the tools used for system analysis” (WebZip, n.d.). The information gathered can then be assembled to create a model that will be separated into a domain model and an application model. The main purpose of the process analysis phase it to determine what must be done to fix the problem rather than how to fix the problem. The most important step of process analysis is gathering enough information to fully understand the problem so that a logical solution can be put together to fix the problem. During the analysis phase the team will look at all avenues of the business from user needs, resources, production logistics and procurement logistics of the problem. IN addition, the team will meet with the client to determine that the business problem is fully understood for both sides of the spectrum.
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