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ISBN: 9781285867168
Chapter 13, Problem 7DQ
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of the traditional systems development process when building a small information system using in-house resources? How do these advantages and disadvantages change if you are building a large information system using third-party resources?

Program Plan Intro

 System Development Life Cycle (SDLC):

  • System development life cycle is the process or method which includes different phases to complete the project in step-by-step format.
  • It includes detailed planning that describes developing, maintaining, replacing, specifying and many others.
  • Example: Waterfall model, Rapid application development and many such.

Information System (IS):

  • An information system is a system which provides the necessary information to an organization to achieve the goals.
  • It monitors the transactions details, provides the required information to decision makers and provides necessary documents to the customers.
  • The main components in the information system are people, data, procedures, hardware, and software.
  • The main function of information system is to accept and process the input data, and then store the retrieved information and distribute it across the organization.

Explanation of Solution

Advantages of traditional system development process related to small information system:

  • It provides the feedback at the end of each phase.
  • It allows maximum management control.
  • It includes system documentation that helps in finding and solving the errors easily.

Disadvantages of traditional system development process related to s...

Explanation of Solution

Advantages of traditional system development process related to large information system:

  • Formal documentation of the system requirements are checked for business needs.
  • It includes different products in the middle of the process that helps in developing the system or project.
  • It tries to execute the system in less time...

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