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COMM391 103 Phase 7 by Mind Map: COMM391 103 Phase 7
0.0 stars - reviews range from 0 to 5

COMM391 103 Phase 7

Group 306 - City Workforce

integrated talent techonlogy

307 VanRealty

Cloud Computing

MLS Application

Group 308

RFID TAGS

Smart Phone App

Group 318

Adequate to Adequate + I would have liked if you had classified and organized your nodes to show me which requirements are functional and which are non-functional. I also would then have liked you to have been specific in the subclassification of your requirements ( e.g. breaking down functional requirements into process-orientated and/or info orientated). How you've currently presented your requirements made it difficult ( and unneccesarily complex) for me to see if you understand the distinction between functional v. non-functional requirements, and in which order of priority the requirements you've stated should be addressed. I did however like the content of your mindmap. A lot of your considerations were accurate and not obvious, so thank you for doing your due dilligence in that regard. Now just link this/show me how this relates to concetps taught in class ( e.g. functional requirements) and you'll be all set.

Biometric Scanners for physician log in

HID Key Cards

Speech to text

Barcode Scanning System

Written Recognition

Jonokomed

Group 319

Good - You clearly explained your functional and non-functional requirements. Well Done. The only thing I would have liked to have seen is if you had, like for your functional requirements,  explicitly stated which non-functional requirements you would need to address( e.g. security, operational, performance etc). I particularly liked how you explained the requirements in accordance with your proposed tech ( ERP), although I would argue that some of your information-orientated reasons can perhaps be classified as process-orientated requirements. Recall from class that process orientated = the process the system must perform in order to allow you to get the information you require ( information-orientated).

ERP

Group 320

Adequate A good start, however I would have liked if you had shown me which of your functional requirements could be classified as process-orientated and which ones you would classify as info-orientated, AND why. Remember, although both info-orientated and process-orientated are funcitonal requirements, each serve/delineate specific purposes and/or requirements. For your non-functional requirements, you listed some fairly generic ones but failed to tell me/add value to the class material taught by telling me for example to HOW exactly your proposed technology will be able to address these functional and non-functional requirements.  I did however like the functional requirements you identified and feel that your requirements show a lot of promise.

RFID

ECommerce

Recommendation agents

computer terminals

Group 317

Adequate - A good start, however I would have liked if you had shown me which of your functional requirements could be classified as process-orientated and which ones you would classify as info-orientated, AND why. Remember, although both info-orientated and process-orientated are funcitonal requirements, each serve/delineate specific purposes and/or requirements. For your non-functional requirements, you listed some fairly generic ones but failed to tell me/add value to class material by failing to tell me HOW YOUR proposed technology will be able to address these functional and non-functional requirements.

Knowledge Management Technology

Group 316-MoveIT

Adequate A good start. I like how you laid out your functional requirement AND justified your rationale through the respective " what can it show" nodes.  I would have liked if you had shown me which of your functional requirements could be classified as process-orientated and which ones you would classify as info-orientated, AND why. Remember, although both info-orientated and process-orientated are funcitonal requirements, each serve/delineate specific purposes and/or requirements. I did however like the attempt you made to justify and show me what business need your requirements would fulfill. If you could just make this link more explicit, that would be great!  

GPS

Cell Phone

Cloud Computing (Dr. Mover & Sales Force)

Group 315 - DataMed

Adequate I would have liked if you had classified and organized your nodes to show me which requirements are functional and which are non-functional. I also would then have liked you to have been specific in the subclassification of your requirements ( e.g. breaking down functional requirements into process-orientated and/or info orientated). How you've currently presented your requirements made it difficult ( and unneccesarily complex) for me to see if you understand the distinction between functional v. non-functional requirements, and in which order of priority the requirements you've stated should be addressed.

ID Card

Wireless Technology

Online Patient Profile

Group 314

Adequate ++   I would have liked if you had classified and organized your nodes to show me which requirements are functional and which are non-functional. I also would then have liked you to have been specific in the subclassification of your requirements ( e.g. breaking down functional requirements into process-orientated and/or info orientated). How you've currently presented your requirements made it difficult ( and unneccesarily complex) for me to see if you understand the distinction between functional v. non-functional requirements, and in which order of priority the requirements you've stated should be addressed. I did however like the content of your mindmap. A lot of your considerations were accurate and not obvious, so thank you for doing your due dilligence in that regard. I especially liked how you addressed "security" and the "integration" concerns typically associated with cloud computing and the implementation of a SugarCRM. Now all you have to do is just link this/show me how all this great data you've provided relates to concepts taught in class ( e.g. functional requirements) and you'll be good to go!

SugarCRM

Financial Tools

Group 312

Good- to Good You clearly identified and explained your functional and non-functional requirements ( Very well done). The only thing I would have liked to have seen is if you had reasoned more explicitly your non-functional requirements ( as opposed to merely just explaining them.I particularly liked how you explained the requirements in accordance with your proposed tech (namely CEM) and showed how more customer-focused your technology would enable you to become.

CEM

Group 311

Weak+ to Adequate- I would have liked if you had classified and organized your nodes to show me which requirements are functional and which are non-functional. I also would then have liked you to have been specific in the subclassification of your requirements ( e.g. breaking down functional requirements into process-orientated and/or info orientated). This would have shown me clearly that you understand the learning materials from class and how to apply them in determing the functional requirements of your proposed technology(s). Lastly, for your non-functional requirements ( e.g. "info that customers input in the website should be quickly and reliably relayed to the store") I would have liked you to state what non-funcational requirement it was ( in this case I surmise the aforementioned statemement refers to PERFORMANCE). You've listed some fairly generic requirements but failed to tell me/add value to the class material taught by telling me for example to HOW YOUR proposed technology will be able to address these functional and non-functional requirements.  

Web ERP

POS System

Website

Pick-up service

Group 302- Good Foods Canada

Website (which utilizes CRM: operational and analytical)

Group 305- VanRealty

0

data architecture

infrastructure architecture

Group 304

App

Group 303: VanRealty

Group 309 - MoveIT

DATS - Will need:

GPS

What are the requirements for implementing the technology you proposed in phase 5 in your company?"

New node

Group 310 - City Workforce

Recommendation Agent

Payroll Technology

Cloud Computing

Knowledge Management Software and Infrastructure

Security MGMT and Confiirmation System

Mobile Application

New node

Group 301 ver.2

GPS

ERP

Knowledge Management System

New node

New node

New node

New node

New node

New node

New node

New node

New node