Queensland Food Corporation Computer-based Inventory Control System.ppt

This type of requirements is also known as the

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establish constraints of its functionality. This type of requirements is also known as the system’s quality attributes . Let’s have a close look at typical nonfunctional requirements. Usability Usability defines how difficult it will be for a user to learn and operate the system. Usability can be assessed from different points of view: Efficiency of use : the average time it takes to accomplish a user’s goals, how many tasks a user can complete without any help, the number of transactions completed without errors, etc. Intuitiveness : how simple it is to understand the interface, buttons, headings, etc. Low perceived workload: how many attempts are needed by users to accomplish a particular task.
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WAQAS HAIDER 24693
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THE ERP PROJECT 1.1 Business Process 1.2 Software 1.3 Hardware 1.4 ERP Implementer 1.5 ERP System Implementation 1.6 Support 1.1.1 Identify Processes 1.1.2 Conduct Business Process Training 1.1.3 Document Processes 1.1.4 Renew Processes 1.2.1 Develop RFF 1.2.2 Review Systems 1.2.3 Select ERP System 1.2.4 Sign Contract 1.2.5 Receive Software 1.2.6 Renew Support 1.3.1 Upgrade Hardware 1.3.2 Setup Project Office 1.3.3 Operation & Maintenance 1.4.1 Develop RFF 1.4.2 Review Proposals 1.4.3 Select Implementer 1.4.4 Sign Contract 1.6.1 Setup Procedures 1.6.2 Update Help Desk 1.6.3 Provide Support 1.5.6 Testing 1.5.1 Documentation 1.5.2 Training 1.5.4 Development 1.5.5 Data Migration 1.5.3 Configuration 1.5.1.1 Document Processes 1.5.1.2 prepare End User Documentation 1.5.2.1 Conduct Level 1 Training 1.5.2.2 Conduct Level 2 Training 1.5.2.3 Conduct Level 3 Training 1.5.2.4 Conduct Level 4 Training 1.5.3 .1 Configure System 1.5.3 .2 Prepare Prototype 1.5.4.1 Determine Requirements 1.5.4.2 Prepare Design 1.5.4.3 Build Prototype 1.5.5 .1 Determine Data Requirements 1.5.5 .2 Prepare Data 1.5.5.3 Upload Enter Data 1.5.6.1 Perform Unit Tests 1.5.6.2 Perform Integration Tests 1.5.6.3 Perform Stress Tests Work Breakdown Structure
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Risk Management
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