Gp 03 Sn 06 Prototype

Gp 03 Sn 06 Prototype - TIMS have been identified and...

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Jesse wants my thoughts on how we can use prototyping for TIMS. She also wants me to prepare a  system requirements document and a management presentation. It is important to note that there are two methods to approach prototyping: system prototyping which produces a full-featured, working model of the information system, and design prototyping where user requirements are verified. System prototyping produces a full-featured, working model of the information system; in this case, TIMS. While the RAD team has in the past began some preliminary research based on conducting field research, through the use of surveys and interviews with potential and current users, and conducting a series of JAD sessions, the system requirements are now defined and can allow for the implementation of a prototype. Once online registration is ready, we can launch a prototype for TIMS. The four main functions of
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Unformatted text preview: TIMS have been identified and different JAD sub groups have clarified their needs from TIMS thus verifying user requirements. The number of benefits this approach offers includes:-Avoid misunderstanding,-Create accurate specifications for the finished system based on the prototype, -Evaluate a working model more effectively than a paper specification,-Develop testing and training procedures before the finished system is available, and-Reduces risk and potential financial exposure that occur when a finished system fails to support business needs. Some potential problems include:-Rapid pace of development can create quality concerns, which may not be discovered until the finished system is operational-Other requirements cannot be tested adequately using prototype-May be difficult to manage in complex systems....
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This note was uploaded on 08/02/2011 for the course IT 5460 taught by Professor Prof during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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