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bus 205 final

bus 205 final( building information systems)

4 kinds of organizational change that can be promoted with informational technology automation, rationalization, business process redesign, paradigm shift
automation low risk, low reward
rationalization medium risk, medium reward
business process redesign higher risk, higher reward
paradigm shift highest risk, highest reward
steps required for BPM identity processes for change; analyze existing processes; design the new process; implement the new process; continuous measurements
systems. It includes defining a problem, identifying its causes, specifying the solution, and identifying information requirements that the system solution must meet. ; requires determining if the solution is feasible system analysis
the overall plan or model for the system that serves as a blueprint and consists of all the specifications that give the system its form and structure systems design
critical to the success of a system because it is the only way to ascertain whether the system will produce the right results testing
3 stages of information system testing are unit testing, system testing, acceptance tetsing
refers to separately testing or checking the individual programs unit testing
the entire system is tested to determine whether program modules are interacting as planned system testing
the system undergoes final certification by end users to ensure it meets established requirements and that it's ready for installation acceptance tetsing
specifications that were prepared during the design stage are translated into software program code programming
the process from changing from the old system to the new system conversion
The operation of the system once it has been installed and conversion is complete production
modification to hardware, software, documentation, or procedures to a production system to correct errors, meet new requirements, and improve processing efficiency maintenance
Created by: devenmccormick



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