BSA 310 WEEK 1 DQ 1 and DQ 2
BSA 310 WEEK 1 DQ 1 and DQ 2
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Date Created: 11/13/15
Based on Lunquist s 2006 article what risks do you see in trying to maintain existing working applications or replacing them with new untested ones According to the Lunguist article greenplanning is the wave of the future Businesses must accept and embrace the change to more efficient work systems in order tn remain enmpetitive in am ever ehnnging market Older qyc tems are becoming harder to maintain and most costly due to energy cost Many of the older applications are readily being replaced with more efficient infrastructures Instead of upgrading older systems companies are building systems from the ground up at cheaper cost Organizations that fail to commit to the going green changes risk profit loss customer and public relations criticism Changing to new systems can present certain risk associated with new untested PIUdULtb Fruductiuu uray be biuw du our U1 garriLatiuu ability to adapt to more advanced systems Employees can experience learning curves as newer systems are implemented Failure to comply with the demands of the business market will contribute to profit loses and customer dissatisfaction Inferior systems will force many customers to focus on competitor businesses that offer more user friendly options Computer business systems have been around for 40 years 1 Desktop computers have been around for 20 years Why do business systems in general still need more development Businesses must continually develop in order to mee suppliers The rapid growth of advanced business systems h t the needs of customers and 1s created a need for lifelong 39 C A A A A1 A A 391 A A 39 llllUlllldLlUll bybLCIIID llldlldgCIIIClll Llldl LUIILIIUULCD LU Ulgdlll ation prosperity Modern business systems are so large and complex that teams of employees are needed for successful operation Systems development life cycle SDLC models have been used to generate more efficient operation systems Applying the SDLC methods permit organizations to fully analyze current technology and develop new systems that are more efficient Businesses are persistently searching for the next best idea to dominate the competition In order remain an innovator and industry leader organizations must develop more advanced userfriendly systems Organizations must relentlessly evaluate every aspect of business operations in an effort to remain successful The rate of technological developments quickly causes systems to become outdated forcing many business no choice but to develop new systems The combination of factors discussed establish a need for further business system development
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