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Acct reply According to Romney and Steinbart (2009), there are five steps in the systems development life cycle that should be followed in order to implement an effective AIS. These steps should be taken for ideal deployment time and the least amount of aggravation for total success. These steps are in order as follows: systems analysis, conceptual systems design, physical systems design, systems implementation and conversion, and operation and maintenance. During the systems analysis phase, all individuals that will use the new system will be interviewed so to gain a better understanding of the current system. This will allow the developer to determine the needs of the organization along with involving the users to facilitate their acceptance of the new system. The three steps in the conceptual system design phase consist of evaluating design alternatives, preparing design specifications and preparing the conceptual systems design report. These steps are vital
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This note was uploaded on 07/22/2011 for the course ACCT 332 taught by Professor Wright during the Spring '11 term at Lee.

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