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Comments about The analysis phase - The Analysis Phase: identification and description of problem areas in the current system

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- Module: The analysis phase
- Topic: The Analysis Phase: identification and description of problem areas in the current system
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  • Kester Saturday Nigeria The designing of the new system must take into account information from all relevant sources and must meets all relevant regulations and standards
    2015-01-23 21:01:54

  • olukan olusola Nigeria The analyst must ensure the new system meets all relevant regulations and standards - and to do this, they must first identify who the appropriate authorities are, and investigate and document the standards that are relevant to this system.
    2015-01-16 12:01:11

  • Alexander Seruzi Uganda Information needed to design the new system will come from sources previously used and thoroughly reviewed. The system designers must take into account all information from all relevant sources.
    2015-01-13 11:01:20

  • Veronica Brown Australia Within this analysis phase, the analyst is discovering and fact finding. Along with meeting with stakeholders,the analyst must meet with end users to understand what the user's needs are and to learn about problems that affect the current system in order to assist with designing a new and more efficient system. There are several activities that must occur within the analysis phase: Gather Information Define the new system's requirements Build prototypes for the new system Prioritize requirements Evaluate alternatives Meet with management to discuss new options.
    2015-01-12 10:01:36

  • Ray Haskins United States of America Gives a clear insight on the roles played In The system
    2015-01-06 09:01:05

  • Bonolo Tlale Botswana How to identify problems quickly ?
    2014-12-30 13:12:39

  • Franklin King Liberia Having established the type and sources of information needed to analyse the existing system, the next step is to identify and describe the information that will be needed to design the new system. While this sounds very similar to the previous step, there are some differences that must be noted. Much of the information needed to design the new system will come from the same sources used previously. The designer of the new system must take into account information from all relevant sources. Some of this information will relate to mandatory standards (that is, minimum standards imposed by government or regulatory authorities - usually relating to Occupational Health and Safety issues, or data security/privacy law). The analyst must ensure the new system meets all relevant regulations and standards - and to do this, they must first identify who the appropriate authorities are, and investigate and document the standards that are relevant to this system. There will be other external sources of information that an analyst may need in the design of a new system. These sources will usually provide the analyst with expert advice on various aspects of the proposed system - focusing on areas where time and/or money can be saved through applying skills or designs from other projects to this system. In essence, the system allows for the incorporation of developments in other projects into this one to ensure that the final product uses the most appropriate technologies available
    2014-12-30 12:12:47

  • Obang Ochalla Ethiopia as i does observed here particularly to this lesson, this phase is very critical for organizational manager to cope up with the existing suitation.
    2014-12-23 16:12:46

  • Thomas Ndungo Lekunze Cameroon Analysis on changing a system must intergrate the contextual and the environmental ( regulations within the operating environment ) factors to all other information gathered to effect a realistic system change
    2014-12-15 13:12:35

  • ESSOTOLOME BODJO China Much of the information needed to design the new system will come from the same sources used previously. The designer of the new system must take into account information from all relevant sources. Some of this information will relate to mandatory standards (that is, minimum standards imposed by government or regulatory authorities - usually relating to Occupational Health and Safety issues, or data security/privacy law). The analyst must ensure the new system meets all relevant regulations and standards - and to do this, they must first identify who the appropriate authorities are, and investigate and document the standards that are relevant to this system
    2014-12-13 16:12:27

  • Stephen Diya Nigeria Lovely
    2014-12-12 16:12:39

  • Eric Simbandumwe Rwanda In identification there will be a lot of other external sources of information that an analyst may need in the design of a new system.
    2014-11-30 13:11:43

  • Zinabie Tadesse Gebremedhin Ethiopia The designer of the new system must take into account information from all relevant sources. Some of this information will relate to mandatory standards (that is, minimum standards imposed by government or regulatory authorities - usually relating to Occupational Health and Safety issues, or data security/privacy law). The analyst must ensure the new system meets all relevant regulations and standards - and to do this, they must first identify who the appropriate authorities are, and investigate and document the standards that are relevant to this system.
    2014-11-25 11:11:52

  • Caroline Omoro Kenya With the red tape bureaucracy in most systems /authorities,how can the same be addressed so that the information given to the analyst is precise,consist and timely?
    2014-11-19 10:11:15

  • Caroline Omoro Kenya to identify and describe the problem areas in the current system , the organization/analyst should ensure that the new system conforms to all relevant regulations and standards by identifying the appropriate authorities and documenting the standards relevant to this system. Afterwards, it will be important to identify the information that will design the new system.This varies from the first step because , -designer of the new system must take information from all relevant sources -the analyst must ensure that the new system conforms to all regulations and standards. -the analyst may use other external sources of information needed to design the new system.This sources will provide analysts with expert advice needed -
    2014-11-19 09:11:55

  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya Having established the type and sources of information needed to analyse the existing system, the next step is to identify and describe the information that will be needed to design the new system. While this sounds very similar to the previous step, there are some differences that must be noted. Much of the information needed to design the new system will come from the same sources used previously. The designer of the new system must take into account information from all relevant sources. Some of this information will relate to mandatory standards (that is, minimum standards imposed by government or regulatory authorities - usually relating to Occupational Health and Safety issues, or data security/ privacy law). The analyst must ensure the new system meets all relevant regulations and standards - and to do this, they must first identify who the appropriate authorities are, and investigate and document the standards that are relevant to this system. There will be other external sources of information that an analyst may need in the design of a new system. These sources will usually provide the analyst with expert advice on various aspects of the proposed system - focusing on areas where time and/or money can be saved through applying skills or designs from other projects to this system. In essence, the system allows for the incorporation of developments in other projects into this one to ensure that the final product uses the most appropriate technologies available.
    2014-11-16 07:11:40

  • Janvier Nyandamu Rwanda Similar to previous topic
    2014-11-10 15:11:32

  • Nothando Gumpo United Kingdom On this phase, having established the type and sources of information needed to analyse the existing system, the next step is to identify and describe the information that will be needed to design the new system. While this sounds very similar to the previous step, there are some differences that must be noted. Much of the information needed to design the new system will come from the same sources used previously. The designer of the new system must take into account information from all relevant sources. Some of this information will relate to mandatory standards (that is, minimum standards imposed by government or regulatory authorities - usually relating to Occupational Health and Safety issues, or data security/privacy law). The analyst must ensure the new system meets all relevant regulations and standards - and to do this, they must first identify who the appropriate authorities are, and investigate and document the standards that are relevant to this system. There will be other external sources of information that an analyst may need in the design of a new system. These sources will usually provide the analyst with expert advice on various aspects of the proposed system - focusing on areas where time and/or money can be saved through applying skills or designs from other projects to this system. In essence, the system allows for the incorporation of developments in other projects into this one to ensure that the final product uses the most appropriate technologies available.
    2014-11-06 13:11:48

    • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya Having established the type and sources of information needed to analyse the existing system, the next step is to identify and describe the information that will be needed to design the new system. While this sounds very similar to the previous step, there are some differences that must be noted. Much of the information needed to design the new system will come from the same sources used previously. The designer of the new system must take into account information from all relevant sources. Some of this information will relate to mandatory standards (that is, minimum standards imposed by government or regulatory authorities - usually relating to Occupational Health and Safety issues, or data security/ privacy law). The analyst must ensure the new system meets all relevant regulations and standards - and to do this, they must first identify who the appropriate authorities are, and investigate and document the standards that are relevant to this system. There will be other external sources of information that an analyst may need in the design of a new system. These sources will usually provide the analyst with expert advice on various aspects of the proposed system - focusing on areas where time and/or money can be saved through applying skills or designs from other projects to this system. In essence, the system allows for the incorporation of developments in other projects into this one to ensure that the final product uses the most appropriate technologies available.
      2014-11-16 07:11:58
  • Samuel Kofi Odoi Ghana How possible would the manager identification and description of the types of information needed to design the system?
    2014-10-20 04:10:33

  • Ralph Webster South Africa Having established the type and sources of information needed to analyse the existing system, the next step is to identify and describe the information that will be needed to design the new system. While this sounds very similar to the previous step, there are some differences that must be noted. Much of the information needed to design the new system will come from the same sources used previously. The designer of the new system must take into account information from all relevant sources. Some of this information will relate to mandatory standards (that is, minimum standards imposed by government or regulatory authorities - usually relating to Occupational Health and Safety issues, or data security/privacy law). The analyst must ensure the new system meets all relevant regulations and standards - and to do this, they must first identify who the appropriate authorities are, and investigate and document the standards that are relevant to this system. There will be other external sources of information that an analyst may need in the design of a new system. These sources will usually provide the analyst with expert advice on various aspects of the proposed system - focusing on areas where time and/or money can be saved through applying skills or designs from other projects to this system. In essence, the system allows for the incorporation of developments in other projects into this one to ensure that the final product uses the most appropriate technologies available. IT MUST TIE INTO GOAL STATEMENT
    2014-10-19 10:10:47

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