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  • Alexander Seruzi Uganda without resources no system can be designed and implemented
    2015-01-17 09:01:20

  • Veronica Brown Australia Functional requirements include the necessary hardware and software configurations along with the appropriate human resources. Specific functional requirements often include the following: User interface requirements—the input and output needs of the user that must be provided for by the new computer information system. These needs include layouts and definitions of input and output, volume, frequency, origination of input, and destination for reports. Processing requirements—the activities required for converting input into output, including calculations, decision rules, database operations, and other processing operations. In addition, requirements concerning capacity, throughput, turnaround time, response time, and the system's availability time are established. Storage requirements—the organization, content, and size of databases, and types and frequency of updates and inquiries. Furthermore, backup procedures and the length of time and rationale for retention of backups are delineated. Control requirements—the accuracy, validity, security, and adaptability requirements for the system's input, processing, output, and databases. Crash recovery and auditing requirements of the organization are further specified in this stage.
    2015-01-14 10:01:07

  • Ray Haskins United States of America Factors that are to be considered in order to have sufficient & efficient work
    2015-01-06 19:01:52

    • olukan olusola Nigeria Agree
      2015-01-16 13:01:26
  • Bonolo Tlale Botswana user friendly equipment
    2014-12-30 14:12:48

  • Franklin King Liberia There may be different possible solutions available to the project team. The designers must decide which is the most appropriate choice for the particular system undergoing change. They may use a cost/benefit analysis to assist in evaluating alternate system configurations. Key criteria include a comparison of: Cost (both at implementation and ongoing) Compatibility of components (how well the proposed system will fit in with the existing system in terms of hardware and software) User-friendliness of procedures User-friendliness of equi
    2014-12-30 13:12:13

  • Larry Covington United States of America user friendly procedures & user friendly equipment
    2014-12-22 04:12:44

  • Larry Covington United States of America consider cost analysis and user-friendly system
    2014-12-22 04:12:05

  • ESSOTOLOME BODJO China There may be different possible solutions available to the project team. The designers must decide which is the most appropriate choice for the particular system undergoing change. They may use a cost/benefit analysis to assist in evaluating alternate system configurations. Key criteria include a comparison of:
    2014-12-13 16:12:18

  • Stephen Diya Nigeria Good.
    2014-12-13 15:12:09

  • Caroline Omoro Kenya what criteria can be used to identify and evaluate the alternative systems?
    2014-11-26 12:11:39

  • Caroline Omoro Kenya It is important to evaluate the external systems configuration as there may be different possible solutions available to the project team.The key areas of comparison are costs (both implementation and on going), comparability of components and user friendliness of procedures and equipment.
    2014-11-26 12:11:01

  • Zinabie Tadesse Gebremedhin Ethiopia There may be different possible solutions available to the project team. The designers must decide which is the most appropriate choice for the particular system undergoing change. They may use a cost/benefit analysis to assist in evaluating alternate system configurations. Key criteria include a comparison of: • Cost (both at implementation and ongoing) • Compatibility of components (how well the proposed system will fit in with the existing system in terms of hardware and software) • User-friendliness of procedures • User-friendliness of equipment
    2014-11-26 10:11:02

  • lordford Oteng-Bonsu Ghana well understood.
    2014-11-25 02:11:29

  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya well understood
    2014-11-19 12:11:58

  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya There may be different possible solutions available to the project team. The designers must decide which is the most appropriate choice for the particular system undergoing change. They may use a cost/benefit analysis to assist in evaluating alternate system configurations. Key criteria include a comparison of: Cost (both at implementation and ongoing) Compatibility of components (how well the proposed system will fit in with the existing system in terms of hardware and software) User-friendliness of procedures User-friendliness of equipment
    2014-11-19 12:11:29

  • Janvier Nyandamu Rwanda the most appropriate choice should be based on; cost, compatibility of components, user-friendliness of procedures and user-friendliness of equipment.
    2014-11-11 09:11:56

  • Nothando Gumpo United Kingdom At this stage, There may be different possible solutions available to the project team. But the designers must decide which is the most appropriate choice for the particular system undergoing change. They may use a cost/benefit analysis to assist in evaluating alternate system configurations. Key criteria include a comparison of: Cost (both at implementation and ongoing) Compatibility of components (how well the proposed system will fit in with the existing system in terms of hardware and software) User-friendliness of procedures User-friendliness of equipment.
    2014-11-06 00:11:40

  • Assel Satpayeva Kazakhstan To implement the use/evaluation phase. To apply the following criteria: - efficiency (time, cost, effort) • effectiveness (timeliness, accuracy, relevance, completeness) • maintainability
    2014-10-29 05:10:28

  • Samuel Kofi Odoi Ghana What is the system design name given to the alternative system configurations?
    2014-10-20 09:10:27

  • Ralph Webster South Africa There may be different possible solutions available to the project team. The designers must decide which is the most appropriate choice for the particular system undergoing change. They may use a cost/benefit analysis to assist in evaluating alternate system configurations. Key criteria include a comparison of: Cost (both at implementation and ongoing) Compatibility of components (how well the proposed system will fit in with the existing system in terms of hardware and software) User-friendliness of procedures User-friendliness of equipment
    2014-10-19 10:10:26

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