Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design

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Chapter 1 – Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design

MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. In launching a new information system, the greatest risk occurs when a company ____.
|a. |begins by outlining its business models and identifying possible IT solutions |
|b. |tries to decide how the system will be implemented before determining what the system is supposed to do |
|c. |considers implementation options after having a clear set of objectives |
|d. |all of the above |

ANS: B PTS: 1 REF: 7

2. ____ software controls the flow
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|B2C |d. |BBC |

ANS: B PTS: 1 REF: 13

10. ____ enabled computer-to-computer transfer of data between companies, usually over private telecommunications networks.
|a. |EDI |c. |TCH |
|b. |ACH |d. |O-O |

ANS: A PTS: 1 REF: 14

11. Transaction processing (TP) systems ____.
|a. |provide job-related information to users at all levels of a company |
|b. |simulate human reasoning by combining a knowledge base and inference rules that determine how the knowledge is applied |
|c. |process data generated by day-to-day business operations |
|d. |include e-mail, voice mail, fax, video conferencing, word processing, automated calendars, database management, |
| |spreadsheets, and high-speed Internet access |

ANS: C PTS: 1 REF: 15

12. Business support systems ____.
|a. |provide job-related information support to users at all levels of a company |
|b. |simulate human

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