ITM320
Homework #2
Assume monetary benefits of an information system of $40,000 the first year and increasing
benefits of $2,500 a year for the next four years (year 1 = $40,000; year 2 = $42,500; year 3 =
$45,000; year 4 = $47,500; year 5 = $50,000). One

ITM 320
Homework #3
Starting with a context diagram draw as many nested DFDs as you consider necessary to
represent all the details of the ordering system described in the following narrative. You must
draw at least a context diagram and a level-0 diagram

Patrick Wiseman
ITM 320
Homework #5
Given the guidelines presented in Chapter 8, identify flaws in the design of the Report of Employees shown
below. What assumptions about users and tasks did you make in order to assess this design? Redesign this
report

ITM 320 Fall 2012 Homework #5 Due Wednesday, 11/14/2011
Given the guidelines presented in Chapter 8, identify flaws in the design of the Report of
Employees shown below. What assumptions about users and tasks did you make in order to
assess this design? R

ITM 320 Fall 2012
Homework #5 Due Wednesday, 11/14/2011
Given the guidelines presented in Chapter 8, identify flaws in the design of the Report of Employees
shown below. What assumptions about users and tasks did you make in order to assess this design?
R

Emp-ID First Name
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4564234 Mark
4446789 Kim
4678899 Emily
4452378 Matt
7875468 Nick
124543 John
2345645 Jared
Last Name
Chang
Walters
Eagar
Graham
Hoffman
Shelley
Smith
Wright
Job Title
Systems Analyst
Software Engineer
HR Manager
Receptio

Emp-ID
First Name
2342456 Jennifer
4564234 Mark
4446789 Kim
4678899 Emily
4452378 Matt
7875468 Nick
124543 John
2345645 Jared
Last Name
Chang
Walters
Eagar
Graham
Hoffman
Shelley
Smith
Wright
Job Title
Systems Analyst
Software Engineer
HR Manager
Receptio

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EmpID
FirstName
Tuesday,April15,2014
12:12:43PM
LastName
JobTitle
1
2342456 Jennifer
Chang
SystemsAnalyst
2
4564234 Mark
Walters
SoftwareEngineer
3
4446789 Kim
Eagar
HRManager
4
4678899 Emily
Graham
Receptionist
5
4452378 Matt
Hoffman
N

ITM320
Homework #4
Draw an E-R diagram for the following situation:
Five years ago, Megan Thomas was a busy executive seeking to keep herself and her
employees current with new technology. She realized that many small companies were facing
the same dilemm

This is the Decision Table that we worked through in class and that is included in the Exam 2 Example
Question slides.
Rules
Conditions/Courses of Action
Purchase Amount
# of Proposals rec'd over 3?
# of Proposals rec'd 2nd round over 3?
Vendor Approved a

A ssume mone tary be nefits of a n information syste m of $40,000 the first year a nd increasing benefits of $2,500 a year for the next
four yea rs (year 1 = $40,000; ye ar 2 = $42,500; year 3 = $45,000; year 4 = $47,500; year 5 = $50,000). One time devel

A ssume mone tary be nefits of a n information syste m of $40,000 the first year a nd increasing benefits of $2,500 a year for the next
four yea rs (year 1 = $40,000; ye ar 2 = $42,500; year 3 = $45,000; year 4 = $47,500; year 5 = $50,000). One time devel

A ssume mone tary be nefits of a n information syste m of $40,000 the first year a nd increasing benefits of $2,500 a year for the next
four yea rs (year 1 = $40,000; ye ar 2 = $42,500; year 3 = $45,000; year 4 = $47,500; year 5 = $50,000). One time devel

Patrick Wiseman
ITM 320
Homework #1
Assume you have a project with 11 activities labeled A-K (following). Derive the earliest
completion time (or early finish - EF), latest completion time (or late finish - LF), and slack for
each of the following tasks (

Name
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
Predecessors
A
A,B
C
C,D
D
D,E,F
F
G
H
I,J
Critical
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
EF
2
5
9
14
18
17
19
23
24
26
30
LF
2
5
9
14
19
17
21
23
26
26
30
Total_Slack
0d
0d
0d
0d
1d
0d
1d
0d
1d
0d
0d
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11

Contents
Contents
2
Initial Proposal for Play It Again Sports Data Recycling System
We have spoken to the owner of Play It Again Sports, a franchised retailer, which uses a
data recycling system that is also used by other used/consignment retailers. Richm

Expecting the yearly economic benefit of the first year for the company is $85,000 and
increasing benefits for the next four years is $7000 (year 1 = $85,000; year 2 =$92,000; year 3
=$99,000; year 4 =$106,000; year 5 =$113,000). The initial cost of the c

Relations Table
Rep
Rep ID
Company
Product
Email
Phone Numb
Manager
Manager ID
Rep_ID
Type
Last
Name
First
Name
Date Hired
Employee
Employee_ID
Manager_ID
Last Name
First Name
Date Hired
Customer
Customer ID
Employee ID
Type
Last Name
First Name
Phone Num

Discount Rate
2%
IT Support with PIAs Employees (Weeks)
0
Net Economic Benefit
Discount Rate (2%)
PV of Benefits
NPV of all BENEFITS
One-time COSTS
Recurring Costs
Discout Rate (2%)
PV of Recurring Costs
NPV of all COSTS
1
2 TOTALS
$0
1.0000
$0
$18,000
0.

ITM320
Homework #2
Assume monetary benefits of an information system of $40,000 the first year and increasing
benefits of $2,500 a year for the next four years (year 1 = $40,000; year 2 = $42,500; year 3 =
$45,000; year 4 = $47,500; year 5 = $50,000). One

Discount Rate
4%
Recycle Data System for Play It Again Sports, Boise (Years)
0
Net Economic Benefit
Discount Rate (4%)
PV of Benefits
NPV of all BENEFITS
One-time COSTS
Recurring Costs
Discout Rate (4%)
PV of Recurring Costs
NPV of all COSTS
1
2
3
4
$0
1.

Discount Rate
10%
Year for Play It Again Sports, Boise
0
Net Economic Benefit
Discount Rate (10%)
PV of Benefits
NPV of all BENEFITS
One-time COSTS
Recurring Costs
Discout Rate (10%)
PV of Recurring Costs
NPV of all COSTS
1
2
3
4
$0
1.0000
$0
$85,000
0.90

BASELINE PROJECT PLAN REPORT
System Overview
This project will provide an updated point of sale (POS) system process. Play It Again
Sports does not currently utilize a user-friendly way of buying and consignments
merchandises. This new interface that will