9 essentials of business information systems chapter

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Unformatted text preview: on of existing systems • Some solutions require new systems 11.9 Essentials of Business Information Systems Chapter 11 Building Information Systems Problem Solving and Systems Development Evaluating and Choosing Solutions • Feasibility issues • Costs and benefits • Advantages and disadvantages • Business value of systems • Change management 11.10 Essentials of Business Information Systems Chapter 11 Building Information Systems Problem Solving and Systems Development Implementing the Solution • Systems design • Completing implementation • Hardware selection and acquisition • Software development and programming • Testing • Training and documentation • Conversion • Production and maintenance • Managing the change 11.11 Essentials of Business Information Systems Chapter 11 Building Information Systems Alternative Systems-Building Approaches A Sample Test Plan for the Girl Scout Cookie System Figure 11-2 When developing a test plan, it is imperative to include the various conditions to be tested, the requirements for each condition tested, and the expected results. Test plans require input from both end users and information systems spets. 11.12 Essentials of Business Information Systems Chapter 11 Building Information Systems Alternative Systems-Building Approaches Traditional Systems Development Lifecycle • Oldest method for building information systems • Phased approach with formal stages • Waterfall approach • F...
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