Kirk Samuda Riordan Manufacturing

1451 Words May 8th, 2013 6 Pages
Kirk Samuda
University of Phoenix BSA/375

Week (4)
Mr. Jeffrey Mc Nickle

Riordan Manufacturing must acknowledge that the initiation of any project can get a black eye because of implementation problems. As such, they should realize that the major overall problem with implementation is that complexities associated with it, usually occurs when the solution is deployed. Hence, many of the details of implementation must be planned ahead of time. The HR & IT departments cannot start planning for implementation at the same time that the actually implementing is occurring.
It must be noted, that the implementation stage of this project is where all the information gathered in the prior phases begin to take on a
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According to, software testing, depending on the testing method employed, can be implemented at any time in the development process. Traditionally most of the test effort occurs after the requirements have been defined and the coding process has been completed, but in the agile approaches most of the test effort is on-going. As such, the methodology of the test is governed by the chosen software development methodology.
The process of testing, is normally preceded by strategic coding by programmers, who normally initiate software testing as they write codes. This most naturally, is dependent on the testing method employed, and may be implemented at any point during the development process.

Because of the urgency for this application, it is recommended that Riordan
Manufacturing, take advantage of a more traditional model, where most of the test execution occurs after each module is defined and coded, and after the coding process has been completed. The design below is an example of the first stages of Coding the HRIS
10 PRINT “ Riordan Manufacturing Corporation “; SPC
20 PRINT “ Human Resources Information System (HRIS) ”
30 PRINT “ Copyright for Riordan Manufacturing 2013 – 2014” SPC;SPC
40 INPUT ; PRINT “ Please enter your

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