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Baker, Barker, Bickel. Jim, Pam, Keith Group D. Explain why RAD or OOP Can Be Used For Alternative 3. Rad: Builds interfaces and rolls prototypes into production code at speed Well suited for developing systems to support high-level unstructured process

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Baker barker bickel

Baker, Barker, Bickel

Jim, Pam, Keith

Group D


Explain why rad or oop can be used for alternative 3

Explain why RAD or OOP Can Be Used For Alternative 3

  • Rad:

    • Builds interfaces and rolls prototypes into production code at speed

    • Well suited for developing systems to support high-level unstructured process

    • One downside is does not provide the control needed to build a large transaction system

    • Does not have tools and time needed to implement broad infrastructure


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  • OOP:

    • Computer programming methodology that focuses on data items rather than processes

    • Data structures are proposed and evaluated based on how well they support the functional model


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  • System Goals and scopes:

    • Each owner wants to protect his/her customer database

    • Use eachother as alliance to expand each individuals business


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  • Asses Feasibility

    • Cost

      • BBB wants to invest in a web database

      • If benefits are not noticed, they will return to using emails


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  • Schedule

    • Estimating a date of when they’re project should be finished

    • Will keep good projects running and shut down inadequate projects


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  • Tecnology

    • Using a small system will work for BBB

    • They are small company and do not need a large system


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  • Organizational

    • System must fit all 3 of the organization’s customs, culture, charter or legal requirements.


Form a team

Form A Team

  • BBB will not be forming a team.

  • In house manager or outside contractor will help run the system properly

  • System analyst would be best candidate for job.


Requirements

Requirements

  • Determine and documents specific features and functions of the new system

  • BBB must see what and how much customer data will be released to partners


Implementation

Implementation

BBB’s tasks in this phase are built, tested, and converted

This is where they will get the system up and running


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  • RAD has the users involved in every step to be sure the system is put together properly.

  • This makes it very efficient


Oop object oriented development

OOP(Object Oriented Development)

  • Would be best because it’s cheap and easy to fix

  • Easy to adapt to a changing work environment


Microsoft groove

Microsoft Groove

  • Would be best because:

    • Keeps teams, tools, files and information in one place

    • Work together dynamically

    • Streamlines Content

    • Stay productive anywhere, online or offline

    • Great for small businesses


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