CheckPoint Systems Development Life Cycle

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CheckPoint: Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) The phases of Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) are systems investigation, systems analysis, systems design, programming, testing, implementation, operation, and maintenance. Systems investigation is the first stage of SDLC. During this stage development professionals try to determine the problems that need solved within the business, what technical options are available for these systems, and the problems that may occur during development. The second stage is systems analysis. During this stage the business problem is defined in more detail, the cause is identified, they determine a solution, and determine what needs to be done in order to put the solution to work. The next phase is system design. During this phrase
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Unformatted text preview: task definition is made and carried out. The next phrase is programming. In this phrase those developing the system attain the needed software in order to meet the design specifications set. Next is the testing stage. During this stage the test the computer code to see if it does what is expected. Implementation is the nest phrase. During this phrase they convert the old system over to the new one. Operation is another stage of the system of development life cycle. During this stage is the actual use of the new system. The last phrase is maintenance. This phrase consists of updating and adding new functions to the system. The professionals that deal with this process include system analysts, programmers, and technical spets....
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course XBIS 219 XBIS 219 taught by Professor Howard during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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