CIS 3060 Notes
CIS 3060 Notes
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Systems Analysis and Design: Fall 2016 Week 1 CIS 3060 Notes: ______________________________________________________________________ Part I: System Analysis Fundamentals + What does an Analyst do? 1. Consultant 2. Supporting expert 3. Agent of Change _____________________________________________________________________ Chapter 01: Systems, Roles, and Development Methodologies Seven Phases of SDLC 1. Identifying problems, opportunities, and objectives a. The analyst looks at what is occurring in a business and figure out what it’s trying to do b. Users, analysts, and system managers coordinate the project 2. Determining human info requirements a. Analyst will use interactive methods: Interviewing, sampling and investigate hard data 3. Analyzing system needs a. Analyst prepares a proposal that summarizes users, usability, and usefulness of current systems 4. Designing the recommended system a. Help users accurately enter data which goes into the IS by using web page or screen design 5. Developing and documenting software a. Work with programmers (design, code, and remove syntactical errors) to develop original software b. Work with users to provide documentation(FAQs and ReadMe Files) 6. Testing and maintaining the system a. Use sample data before entering actual data into the system 7. Implementing and evaluating the system a. Train users to handle the system and convert old systems to new systems ______________________________________________________________________
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