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Information System Development Life Cycle by Mind Map: Information System
Development Life Cycle
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Information System Development Life Cycle

Planning Phase

Assemble the project team

Justify Project

Choose development methodology

Develop a project schedule

Produce a Project Development Plan

Analysis Phase

Study the current system

A new information system is designed to replace an already already existing one. In order to improve, the old system must be studied upon to find out the strengths and weaknesses which will be implemented into the new system

Determine system requirements

Observations and research must be done with those who have first-hand experience with the existing system. This way, the project team is able to get opinions on strengths and weakness about the program.

Write requirements report

The project team uses the obtained system requirements in order to construct a report listing the requirements that will solve the existing problems. These requirements will aid the team in designing the system.

Design Phase

Indentify potential solutions

Evaluate solutions and select the best

Select hardware and software

Develop application specifications

Obtain approval to implement the new system

Implementation Phase

Purchase and install hardware and/or software

Create applications

Test applications

Finalize documentation

Train users

Convert data

Convert to new system

Maintenance Phase

Operate equipment

Make backups

Provide help to users

Fix bugs

Optimize for speed and security

Revise software as necessary to meet business needs