As with structured systems design, the sequence of activities and the amount of effort expended on each depends on some of the decisions made earlier in the development process. For example, if the organization has decided to install an enterprise system, software and hardware may have been purchased and installed at this point in the development process. Also, if the software has been acquired (vs. developed in-house), as with an enterprise system, the only programming likely required would be to connect the enterprise software to any remaining legacy systems (i.e., old systems being retained).
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The Intermediate Steps in Systems Implementation
- Front Matter
- Body Matter
- Back Matter