Information system developments always require to follow some standardized processes. An information system developed using a standardized process can provide organizations with improvement in productivity within a shorter period of time.

Information Systems Development – System Analysis and Design

In this “Information Systems Development – System Analysis and Design” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. The Process of System Development
  2. The Capability Maturity Model
  3. Initial, Repeatable, Defined, Managed, Optimizing
  4. Life Cycle versus Methodology
  5. Underlying Principles for System Development
  6. A System Development Process
  7. Where Do System Development Projects Come From?
  8. Projects Can Be either Planned or Unplanned
  9. The FAST Project Phases
  10. Scope Definition, Problem Analysis, Requirement Analysis, Logical Design, Decision Analysis, Physical Design and Integration, Construction and Testing, Installation and Delivery
  11. Cross Life Cycle Activities
  12. Sequential versus Iterative Development
  13. Alternative Route and Strategies for System Development
  14. Model-Driven Development Strategy
  15. Rapid Application Development Strategy (RAD)
  16. Commercial Application Package Implementation Strategy
  17. Hybrid Strategies
  18. System Maintenance
  19. Automated Tools and Technology
  20. Different Automated Tools
  21. Computer-Aided System Engineering (CASE)
  22. Application Development Environment
  23. Process and Project Managers

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