from Albert Chang the company founder Mary received the following email from

From albert chang the company founder mary received

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from Albert Chang, the company founder. Mary received the following email from Linda the next day. “Mary, it's time WRC launched itself on the Internet so we can sell directly to consumers, rather than just to distributors. Many of our competitors are already there selling to customers without the expense of a retail storefront, and we could be there too. I project that we could double or triple our annual revenues by selling our products on the Internet. Iwould like to have this ready by April , when our sales always go up!” After doing her best toinvestigate the competitors for a couple of days, Mary scheduled a meeting with Linda so that he could clarify Linda’s expectations for this venture. Using the standard content of a system request (see text) as your guide, prepare a list of at least 10 questions that Mary needs to have answered about this project. REQUIRED Module Fall 17.WS.1 – Prepare two Work System Diagrams, as specified class. Draw them carefully using Visio or any other drawing tool. Include a minimum of ten entities in each. REQUIRED Module Fall 17.C.1 – Prepare two Class Model Diagrams, as specified in class. Draw them carefully using Visio or any other drawing tool. Include a minimum of ten entities in each. REQUIRED Module Fall 17.PM.1– Prepare two Process Models, as specified in class. Draw them carefully using Visio or any other drawing tool. Include a minimum of six processes in each. REQUIRED Module Fall 17.3.1 Module 3G is based on Chapter 3, the lectures, and your research on the Internet.
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1. Review the Zappos.com website. Develop a requirement definition for the site. Create a list of functional business requirements that the system meets. What different kinds of nonfunctional business requirements does the system meet? Provide examples of each kind. 2. Suppose you are going to build a new system that automates or improves interview process for a salesperson in the computer department at the the Apple Store retail stores. Develop a requirements definition for the new system using the requirements definition from the book.. Include both functional and nonfunctional system requirements. Pretend you will release the system in three different versions. Prioritize the requirements accordingly. 3. Describing very general terms the as-is business process for registering for classes at your university. What requirements-gathering technique would help you use to understand the system requirements? List some examples of improvements that you would expect to find. 4. Describing very general terms the as-is business process for buying a car from Tesla online. What requirements-gathering technique would help you understand the requirements for this system? List some examples of improvements that you would expect to offer after you have system-analyzed the business process. 5. Describing very general terms the as-is business process for finding a new dentist at Palo Alto Dental and becoming a patient. What requirements-gathering technique would help you understand the process? List some examples of improvements that you would expect tooffer after you have system-analyzed the business process.
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