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Content manager to store electronic documents and images Fundamental principles: Can produce competitive advantage
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Should be managed end to end Should be agile (able to more quickly and easily) Should align with strategies and needs of the organisation BPMS process model potential solution: Has one start and one end event Tasks make sense and are logical All tasks are named as follows: verb object It’s a process without a pool and lanes Prototyping: Create simplified model of AIS – getting feedback from users In addition – when users unsure of needs, tasks, inputs, or outputs Advantages: Well-defined user needs Higher user satisfaction and involvement Fewer errors Less costly Faster development time Opportunities to suggest changes Disadvantages: Significantly time-consuming for users Resource efficiency may not be achieved Inadequate testing and documentation Might get negative behavioural feedback Continuous development of iterations – creation of feeling that no project is completed Computer aided software engineering (CASE): Process of using a computer that has all the possible tools required to build a system in one space Helps with developing and maintaining the system that you’re trying to build Advantages: Improved productivity Improved program quality Improved control procedures Simplified documentation Disadvantages: Incompatibility with other systems Unmet expectations
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