Client Technology Tracking System Essays

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Client Technology Tracking System (CTTS) System Analysis and Design [Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document.] 2011 Client Technology Tracking System (CTTS) System Analysis and Design [Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document.] 2011 Table of Contents Executive Summary 2 Company Overview 3 Section 1: Methods and Procedure 5 Methods 5 The…show more content…
This kind of situation seems to happen almost every day. Anna suggests a company wide database that would store this kind of information. (Exhibit A-1) * Meeting between Anna Kelly (analyst/programmer), Kathy Grey (receptionist/bookkeeper), Doug Drake (system integrator), and Ben Logan (IT consultant). * How things are currently handled at the company are covered. (Exhibit A-2) For illustrating the results of the fact finding and problem formulation we used Problem Statements matrices, Problems, Opportunities, Objectives, and Constraints Matrices etc. For the analysis and design of the new system, we used DFDs (context diagram, diagram 0), use case diagram and use case narratives, ERD and interface design. The DFDs and ERD diagram are designed using Microsoft Visio 2007, and the interfaces are designed using visual studio 2008. * Problem Statement Matrix * * Problems, Opportunities, Objectives, Constraints Matrix * Cause and effect analysis is a technique in which problems are studied to determine their cause and effects * Use-Case Glossary * List of Use-Cases 1. Use Case - A behaviorally related sequence of steps (scenario), both automated and manual, for the purpose of completing a single business task. Description of system functions from the perspective of external users in terminology they understand. * Use-Case Model
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