Information Technology - The Use/Evaluation Phase: re-engineering
The Use/Evaluation Phase: re-engineering proposals
In this step the system is evaluated for further productivity improvements
and the cycle may begin again. The evaluation of the system is not a finite
event that concludes with the project meeting the design goals. It is a
regular process that continually reviews the system and searches for
deficiencies and areas where improvements can be made. Once design goals
and performance targets have been met the cycle can be considered over, but
as it is a cycle, it can begin again - and in fact, normally does, as
further enhancements of the system are identified and the process of
developing them is followed.
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