The Design Phase: evaluating alternative system configurations
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The Design Phase: evaluating alternative system configurations

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    SHEIK A.
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    SHEIK A.

    Compatibility of components and cost are the two criteria used to this system

    Zinabie Tadesse G.
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    Zinabie Tadesse G.

    The Design Phase: evaluating alternative system configurations: ey 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

    Ahmed Sayed A.
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    Ahmed Sayed A.

    The design phase is focused on evaluating the various alternatives for implementing the solution and arriving at the optimal configuration.

    Khan Agha S.
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    Khan Agha S.

    There may be different possible solutions available to the project team.

    Russell P.
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    Russell P.

    The design phase is focused on evaluating the various alternatives for implementing the solution and arriving at the optimal configuration.

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