Study Guide Jessup and Valacich

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Study Guide Jessup and Valacich Chapter 8 Systems analysis and design: The process of designing, building, and maintaining information systems. Systems analyst: The individual who performs the task of systems analysis and design. Software engineering: What system analysts and programmers do. System development life cycle (SDLC): Describes the life of an information system from conception to retirement. There are five primary phases: 1. System Identification, selection and planning 2. System analysis 3. System Design 4. System implementation 5. System maintenance Information Systems planning: Process whereby a senior manager, a business group, an IS manager, or a steering committee identifies and accesses all possible system development projects that an organization can undertake. System analysis: The second phase of the system development life cycle. One purpose of this is for designers to gain a thorough understanding of an organization’s current way of doing things in the area for which the new information system will be constructed. Requirements collection:
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