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Chapter 15 Systems Development. Why Develop an IS?. Three phenomena that trigger IS development An opportunity (proactive) A problem (reactive) A directive. The systems development life cycle. The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC). The Systems Development Life Cycle ( SDLC ). Analysis

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Chapter 15 systems development

Chapter 15Systems Development


Why develop an is

Why Develop an IS?

  • Three phenomena that trigger IS development

    • An opportunity (proactive)

    • A problem (reactive)

    • A directive


The systems development life cycle sdlc

The systems development life cycle

The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)


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The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

  • Analysis

    • Determines what need the system will satisfy

    • Investigation

      • Developers interview managers and perspective users to determine business needs.

      • Three feasibility studies

        performed.


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The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

  • The Technical Feasibility Study

    • Ensures hardware and software exist to build the system

  • The Economic Feasibility Study

    • Benefits of the system weighed against the cost

  • The Operational Feasibility Study

    • Determines if system will be used as intended


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Phases in systems design

The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

  • Design

    Logical Design

    • Translation of user requirements into detailed functions of the system

      Physical Design

      Construction

      Systems Testing


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The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

  • Implementation

    • Training

    • Conversion

      • Parallel Conversion

      • Phased Conversion

      • Cold Turkey

        Conversion

      • Pilot Conversion


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Activities in systems support

The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

  • Support


Prototyping

Prototyping

  • Systems developed using an Iterative Process

    • Purpose is to develop a working model as quickly as possible, which can be tweaked and revised

    • Significantly shortens systems development backlog

    • Can increase risk of incompatibility and other unforeseen mishaps


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When to prototype and when not to prototype

In prototyping, refinement of the system continues until users are satisfied.

Prototyping


Project management

Dimensions of project management

IS development projects: challenges and failures

Project Management

  • Project Management Goals

    • Complete the project on time.

    • Complete the project within budget.

    • Meet requirements.

    • Meet expectations.


Chapter 15 systems development

Project Management

  • Project Management Functions

    • Communication Management

    • Schedule Management

    • Quality Management

    • Financial Management

    • Resource Management


Systems development led by end users

The six steps of JAD

Systems DevelopmentLed by End Users

  • JAD:An example of User-led Systems Development

    • Joint Application Development (JAD): method to be used in SDLU

    • Uses six-step process to take the team through planning and design


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Systems DevelopmentLed by End Users

  • JAD Critical Success Factors

    • All participants must be committed to JAD process.

    • Customers and IS people must agree on project’s scope.

    • Sponsor must be supportive and involved.

    • Team members must be empowered decision makers.

    • Business objectives must be clearly defined.

    • Business process must be understood.

    • Team members must be able to meet two or more days per week.

    • Members must be committed to the team.


Chapter 16 alternative avenues for systems acquisitions

Chapter-16Alternative Avenues for Systems Acquisitions


Chapter 15 systems development

  • Outsourcing

    • Short-term contractualrelationship with a service firm to develop a specific application

    • Long-term contractualrelationship with a service firm to take over all or some of an organization’s IS functions


Advantages of outsourcing

Advantages of Outsourcing

  • Improved financial planning

  • Reduced license and maintenance fees

  • Increased attention to core business

  • Shorter implementation cycles

  • Reduction of personal and fixed costs

  • Increased access to highly qualified know-how?

  • Increased security


Outsourcing

Outsourcing

  • Risks of Outsourcing

    • Loss of control

    • Loss of experienced employees

    • Risks of losing a competitive advantage


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Risks of outsourcing are higher at higher levels of management.

Outsourcing

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The information systems subsidiary

The InformationSystems Subsidiary

  • IS service companies that are owned by and served by one large company

  • Some grow large enough to service the market at large

  • Some corporations purchase an IS consulting firm


Purchased applications

Purchased Applications

  • Why Purchase?

    • Immediate system availability

    • High quality

    • Low price

    • Available support


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Purchased Applications

  • Purchasing Risks

    • Loose fit between needs and features

    • Bankruptcy of the vendor

    • High turnover of vendor personnel


Renting software

Renting Software

  • On-site Renting

    • Client purchases a license to use a certain application for a specified time

  • Renting Through the Web

    • Application installed at vendor’s location; client accesses through the Web or leased line


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Benefits and risks of software rental through the Web

Renting Software


User application development

User Application Development

  • Factors Encouraging User Application Development

    • The widespread use of PCs

    • The emergence of 4GLs

    • Increasing popularity of prototyping

    • Increasing popularity of client/server architecture


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User Application Development

  • Advantages of user application development

    • Shortened lead times

    • Good fit to needs

    • Free IS staff time


Chapter 15 systems development

User Application Development

  • Risks of user application development

    • Poorly developed applications

    • Duplication

    • Security problems

    • Poor documentation


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