BSA 375 Week #2 DQ 4
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Date Created: 11/11/15
BSA 375 Week 2 DO 4 1 Week 2 DQ 4B ased on Stotz39s 2007 article why is it important to adequately define the use of a system List five items a typical design document contains Defining system requirements is the most important step in developing a new system The scope and responsibilities of the project should be based on the end user s needs Adequately designed system specifications aids in system development usability and reliability Systems developed to specification are cheaper to maintain and require less maintenance Failure to identify system specifications at the beginning of a project can prevent the system from being validated and lead to project failure Discussing the project objectives during the overview process is critical to project development During the project overview important factors like system components operational support future requirements and design standards can be identified Redesigning or reworking the system can prove costly and delay the anticipated release date 1 Overview of me project and its objectives expected benefits as well as constraints caused by finances time and human resources 2 Basis for system evaluation in terms of performance requirements and validation a summary of the general approach to be used for validation of me system Spare capacity Devices equipment and databases included in or controlled by the system 5 Graphical information such as system ow charts and diagrams that demonstrates the impact of the new system on existing manufacturing functions and corporate databases PE
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