ITM MODULE 5 CASE-Systems Development and Project Management

ITM MODULE 5 CASE-Systems Development and Project...

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Running head: SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT 1 Systems Development and Project Management TUI University March 26, 2012
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SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT 2 Systems Management and Project Development We will discuss the importance of developing an in-house IS development staff to support different IT projects relative to programming, language, systems development and design, and the potential problems with these systems to ensure we are making the right decision for our company. The systems should be beneficial to the company by providing user-friendly and interchangeable software applications. Additionally, employees should feel comfortable in using the systems. Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is an independent software process and is expected to be more efficient, cost effective, and able to meet our customers’ needs. Furthermore, the SDLC can be easily integrated into the company’s current infrastructure and provide us tools and resources to make better decisions corporately ( ). The systematic problem solving structure consists of several parts that include: 1. Architectural design 2. Coding and debugging 3. System testing 4. System requirement evaluation 5. Software components SDLC is made more proficient by using Six Sigma, which uses statistical theories and process variables in determining an organization’s ability to effectively manage the
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2012 for the course ITM 501 taught by Professor Dr.paulwatkins during the Fall '10 term at Trident Technical College.

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