Principles of Information Systems_Unit5_IP

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Principles of Information Systems Unit 5 Individual Project February 3, 2012 Kregg M. Soltow American Intercontinental University
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What features do the tools offer that could be beneficial to use in the development of your project? Personally, I believe all of the software process features will be beneficial. Features like requirements engineering, designs and program testing and development. One of the most significant undertakings in creating a new system is the requirements analysis. Once we gather the common requirements from our stakeholders, we can then analyze the scope of the development. During this time we may find that some functionality may be beyond the scope of the project whether as a result of cost or uncertain development standards. How do you think using them can reduce cycle time and increase quality? First of all, planning a scope document allows that any ambiguity of what was promised to be clarified at any given time. Furthermore, by administering a testing
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course ITCO 101 taught by Professor Gugenhiem during the Spring '12 term at AIU Online.

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