When implementing a new system, the costs associated with transferring data from one storage medium to another is an example of a data conversion cost.
All of the following are reasons why new systems fail except
The user is not involved in the development of the system.
The system requirements are not clearly specified.
The systems analysts rely on prototyping models.
The systems analyst did not fully understand the business problem.
The degree of compatibility between the firm’s existing procedures and personnel skills and the requirements of the new system is called
Reasons that a new systems implementation may be unsuccessful include all of the following except
organizational restructuring required by the new system results in displaced workers
end users do not understand the strategic merits of the new system
employees are not trained to use the system
system development team members include representatives from end-user departments
A disadvantage of surveying the current system is it constrains the generation of ideas about the new system.
The role of the internal auditor as a member of the systems development team includes evaluating that adequate internal controls are built into the system.
Which of the following is not a step in the cost benefit analysis?
Compare costs to benefits