Fundamentals of Systems Design and Implementation
Learn more about the fundamentals of systems design and implementation with this business process management course.Publisher: Global Text Project
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Systems selection is a set of procedures performed to choose the computer software and hardware for an Information System. This course will give you an in-depth understanding of systems selection. You will look into its goals as well as learn the process of choosing computer software and hardware. This course will also discuss the request for proposal(RFP) which is a document sent to vendors that invite submission of plans for providing hardware, software, and services.
You will then look into the three objectives of the evaluation team and learn the different steps in evaluating vendor proposals. You will study structured systems design, its goals, and the steps involved in it. This course will also discuss systems implementation and the steps to be undertaken in systems implementation. You will learn how the project completion report is approved and study the three types of periodic examinations. Finally, you will study the goals of the post-implementation review and systems maintenance.
Basic knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals of systems design and implementation can help you convert a logical specification into a design which can then be implemented on your organization's computer system. Once you take this course, you will be able to grasp the concept of systems implementation and complete a design contained in the approved systems design document. You will then be able to test, install, and begin to use the new or revised Information System. So why wait? Start learning, today.
Systems Selection - Learning Outcomes
Hardware and Software Acquisition Alternatives
Systems Selection - Lesson Summary
Systems Design - Learning Outcome
Prepare Requests for Proposal, and Data & Criteria
Introduction to Systems Design
Systems Design - Lesson Summary
Systems Implementation - Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Systems Implementation
Testing and Obtaining Approvals
The Post-Implementation Review & System Maintenance
Systems Implementation - Lesson Summary
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- List the goals of systems selection
- Discuss the different steps involved in the process of evaluating the vendor proposals
- Explain how the project completion report is approved
- Define the term "system maintenance"
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