Construction, Documentation, Transition, and Production. John Zachman seeks to take into consideration all the stakeholders input, for instance; the investors, managers, the system analyst who seeks to ensure the business run in a disciplined manner, the designer responsible for using technologies to unravels the business problems, the system builders and lastly, the system itself. John Zachman’s “Framework” is got rows which signify the perspectives of diverse players in the systems development process. Additionally, the columns symbolize different features of the process. The main players include; Scope (Ballpark view) that is the definition of
Surname 2 the enterprise’s direction and business purpose, secondly, the Model of the business (Owner’s view), Model of the information system (Architect’s view), Technology model (Designer’s view), Detailed representations (Builder’s view) and the Functioning system (Schekkerman 18). . Zachman’s framework columns signify diverse areas of interest for every perspective. They describe the key dimensions of the systems development endeavor. These are:
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