Systems Development Life Cycle

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Systems Development Life Cycle The term System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is used to indicate traditional development methods which are used by organizations on large-scale IT projects. There is a structural framework in SDLC comprised of processes that are executed in sequence during the development of information systems. Step one Systems Investigation involves a feasibility study for the product. During this step, the software analyst’s job is to work with strategy makers to establish an agreed upon definition of the project’s scope and define its goals and related objectives. Step two Systems Analysis requires specifications definition. The analyst makes refinements to previously define goals during this step. Functions of operations for the software applications will be broken out here. Step three Systems Design describes how the system will accomplish this task. The analyst reviews the end-users requirements and develops a specific plan of action to address these information
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