The System Of Data Science School System

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“Data Science School” (DSS) is a private Registered Training Organisation (RTO) operated and owned by Mr John Smith and close family members. Mr John Smith wants a new system as he wants to expand his organisation in different regions and initially all information about students, staff, admissions, enrolments etc... , are all paper based files i.e., manually stored as the organisation expanded compliance requirements increased and accurate capturing of information became more critical and the new system helps in storing all the information in more organised way and also it reduces the human errors and also cost of the project.
2. Approach to Systems Development

2.1 Existing System of Data Science School System A
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The following are some of the typical functional requirements
1. Description of data to be entered to the system ( i.e., the type of data that is been entered should be clearly explained)
2. Descriptions of operations performed in each screen (i.e., the operations performed in the each frame of the system is to be understandable)
3. Descriptions of work flow performed by the system(i.e., the process of how work is managed is to be explained )
4. Who can enter the data in the system(i.e., a clear statement should be given about who can use the system)
5. How the system meets applicable regulatory requirements (i.e. ,it should be mentioned that how the problems are been solved from manual system )

3.2 Non Functional Requirements
The non-functional requirements are: 1. Performance 2. Scalability 3. Availability 4. Reliability 5. Security 6. Usability 7. Interoperability 8. Data Integrity
4. Project Cost Benefit Analysis
Cost benefit Analysis is the process for evaluating the advantages of a project in a systematic approach in terms of “cost “and “benefit’s” of that particular project. Where cost refers to the value of money that has been used to produce the determined requirement, and so it is not
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