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Systems design

Completing implementation
1) Hardware selection and acquisition
(either purchase the necessary computers and networking hardware or lease them)

2) Software development and programming
(software is custom programmed in-house or purchased from an external source such as an outsourcing vendor, an app software package vendor or software service provider)

3) Testing
(system is thoroughly tested to ensure that it produces the right results
-testing process: requires detailed testing of individual computer programs= unit testing and system testing

-acceptance testing final certification that the system is ready to be used)
-test plan: includes all the preparations for the series of tests above

4) Training and documentation
(end users and info system specialist require training so that they will be able to use the new system; detailed documentation showing how the system works from both a technical and end user standpoint must be prepared)

5) Conversion
(changing from the old to the new system)

6) Production and maintenance
(after installed and conversion done, system is to be in production. during this stage, users and technical specialists review the solution to determine how well it has met its original objectives and decide whether any revisions are in order

maintenance: changes in hardware, software,, documentation, or procedures to a production to correct errors, meet new requirements, improve)

7) Managing the change
(the process of planning change in an org so that it is implemented in an orderly and effective manner is so critical to the success or failure of info systems

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