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Information System Cost. Learning Aids Text Page(s) 24-25 MGS 3040-04 GROUP D Michael Bury Kurtis Cannarella David Nguyen Wesley Ortiz . Question 2:Who suffers from poorly developed systems. People Increasingly Difficult Not possible.

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Information system cost

Information System Cost

Learning Aids Text Page(s) 24-25

MGS 3040-04GROUP D

Michael Bury Kurtis Cannarella David Nguyen Wesley Ortiz


Question 2 who suffers from poorly developed systems

Question 2:Who suffers from poorly developed systems

People

Increasingly Difficult

Not possible


Costs of a poor system

Costs of a poor system

Money Cost

-Developing a new system

-Salary

Intangible Cost

-Time

-Effort


Information system cost

What implications do you, as a future business manager, take from questions A and B? What does this say about the need for your involvement in requirements and other aspects of systems development? Who eventually will pay the costs of a poorly developed system?

As a future business owner, I was able to deduce from questions (a) and (b) that people are the most expensive component in the lifetime of a system. The costs of training and the person’s salary contribute greatly to the operation costs of an operation. It is absolutely crucial for the proper allocation of resources to be worth its cost because the operation will ultimately pay the costs of a poorly designed system.


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