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The enterprise system development life-cycle is a complex, multi-faceted, iterative process that demands meticulous attention to detail at each successive stage. Before design or implementation can occur, the groundwork must be laidduring the analysis phase, in which the analyst, along with the rest of the development team, must gather their list of requirements for the new enterprise system. Several proven techniques exist, which, when used correctly; enable the analyst to achieve a comprehensive software requirements list, bothefficiently and accurately. Existing-system analysis/data collection, stakeholder interviewing, user-level observation, questionnaires/surveys, and Joint Application Development sessions each have unique benefits and drawbacks, though when combined these techniques can collectively produce definitive results when applied effectively. It is important to remember that once initial data collection is completed

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