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    Seye Abiodun United Kingdom What are the benefits of running two parallel systems as seen above?
    2015-05-20 13:05:06

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    Barnabas Halimani Zimbabwe evaluation is included as part of the final phase of the SDLC mostly for the sake of discussion. It measures how well the original design ambitions of the new system have been achieved.
    2015-05-18 15:05:58

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    NKOTANYI Francis Rwanda This is very important.
    2015-05-17 16:05:54

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    Parso Waliota Papua New Guinea This is the finally phase in a project life cycle carried out to determine the extent to which the project was successful and to note any lessons leraned for future projects.
    2015-05-15 00:05:05

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    John Day United Kingdom Be able to distinguish between Direct, Indirect, and Unavailable activities.
    2015-05-12 09:05:39

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    Hilary Madzvimbo Zimbabwe The system must be made fully operational before implementation.
    2015-05-12 08:05:27

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    Rosemary Orji Nigeria this is when the system is being observed by the management to see mira's effort
    2015-05-11 11:05:54

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    ZAFRUL HASSAN MUJIB India Evaluation Phase Once the system has been implemented, the final phase in the project will be the use and evaluation phase. In this phase, the system should be in full use to meet the objectives that were initially identified in the planning phase
    2015-05-07 16:05:25

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    jooj hywrd Iraq Observations and research v ery important for achieving an approved project system
    2015-05-06 13:05:52

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    Bisheswar Boro India The system must be made fully operational before implementation.
    2015-04-30 09:04:41

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    sunday mbiam Nigeria The stage for this moment to do a "stopover" and to assess What have we done? How do we do? What have we learned from this experience? What can we strengthen?
    2015-04-22 15:04:30

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    Uba Oguchi Christian Nigeria Once the system has been implemented, the final phase in the project will be the use and evaluation phase. In this phase, the system should be in full use to meet the objectives that were initially identified in the planning phase.
    2015-04-14 14:04:41

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    Twagirayezu Jean Baptiste Rwanda Case study: Mira, Muse of the Spheres and Musicale Musak. CHAPTER FIFTEEN. The story so far: It is time to launch the new portal and customer database. Mira has planned, plotted, analysed, discussed and co-ordinated. It's time to view the efforts of all that hard work!
    2015-04-09 15:04:13

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      Twagirayezu Jean Baptiste Rwanda When review is needed in the process
      2015-04-09 15:04:01
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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh What Is Controlling?
    2015-04-08 00:04:26

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh After having the user acceptance of the new system developed, the implementation phase begins. Implementation is the stage of a project during which theory is turned into practice. The major steps involved in this phase are: Acquisition and Installation of Hardware and Software Conversion User Training Documentation he hardware and the relevant software required for running the system must be made fully operational before implementation. The conversion is also one of the most critical and expensive activities in the system development life cycle. The data from the old system needs to be converted to operate in the new format of the new system. The database needs to be setup with security and recovery procedures fully defined. During this phase, all the programs of the system are loaded onto the user’s computer. After loading the system, training of the user starts. Main topics of such type of training are: How to execute the package? How to enter the data? How to process the data (processing details)? How to take out the reports? After the users are trained about the computerized system, working has to shift from manual to computerized working. The process is called Changeover. The following strategies are followed for changeover of the system. Direct Changeover: This is the complete replacement of the old system by the new system. It is a risky approach and requires comprehensive system testing and training. Parallel run : In parallel run both the systems, i.e., computerized and manual, are executed simultaneously for certain defined period. The same data is processed by both the systems. This strategy is less risky but more expensive because of the following facts: Manual results can be compared with the results of the computerized system. The operational work is doubled. Failure of the computerised system at the early stage does not affect the working of the organization, because the manual system continues to work, as it used to do. (iii) Pilot run: In this type of run, the new system is run with the data from one or more of the previous periods for the whole or part of the system. The results are compared with the old
    2015-04-08 00:04:12

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    Bandar Alalwi United States of America do you thank the SDLC it good ?
    2015-04-06 18:04:17

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    Bandar Alalwi United States of America i thank we will use the SDLC .
    2015-04-06 18:04:45

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    Caroline Omoro Kenya Cab the evaluation phase be done after every phase of SDLC in order to avoid further system interference?
    2015-04-06 09:04:22

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    Caroline Omoro Kenya In the evaluation phase intense analysis is done to ascertain whether set goals have been met at the stipulated time.This is where to parallel running systems are implemented which will help identify and solve problems quickly without interference.
    2015-04-06 09:04:53

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    JUSTICE YEBUAH Ghana time to evaluate all the hard work done
    2015-04-02 02:04:10

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