Outline the planning, analysis, design, and implementation phases.Develop in accordance with the systems development lifecycle (SDLC).

  Develop in accordance with the systems development lifecycle (SDLC).

Section 1: Project IntroductionWrite  a four to six (4-6) page project introduction that documents the  current state of the organization, expands upon the information given  above, and includes the following:Background information of the company.Details regarding the type of business that the company is engaged in.A description of current outsourcing and offshoring activities.Identification of current skilled information systems personnel in position and responsibilities.The specific types of data that the company collects.A  description of the information systems that the company currently has  to support the business. The description at a minimum should include the  following:Operational Systems and DatabasesAnalytics and InterfacesInfrastructure and SecurityThe  use of at least two (2) quality resources in this assignment. Note:  Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.Use a title page, abstract, in-text citations and references
See below the details on the SDLC

1. Planning

This  is the first phase of the systems development process. Identify whether  or not there is the need for a new system to achieve the business”s  strategic objectives.

2. Systems Analysis and Requirements

The  second phase is where businesses will work on the source of their  problem or the need for a change. In the event of a problem, possible  solutions are submitted and analyzed to identify the best fit for the  ultimate goal(s) of the project. Systems analysis is vital in  determining what a business”s needs are, as well as how they can be met,  who will be responsible for individual pieces of the project, and what  sort of timeline should be expected

3. Systems Design

The  third phase describes, in detail, the necessary specifications,  features, and operations that will satisfy the functional requirements  of the proposed system which will be in place.  It”s during this phase  that they will consider the essential components (hardware and/or  software) structure (networking capabilities), processing and procedures  for the system to accomplish its objectives.

4. Development

The  fourth phase is when the real work begins particular, when a  programmer, network engineer and/or database developer are brought on to  do the major work on the project. This work includes using a flow chart  to ensure that the process of the system is properly organized. The  development stage is also characterized by installation and change.  Focusing on training can be a huge benefit during this phase.

5. Integration and Testing

The  fifth phase involves systems integration and system testing (of  programs and procedures)—normally carried out by a Quality Assurance  (QA) professional — to determine if the proposed design meets the  initial set of business goals. Testing may be repeated, specifically to  check for errors, bugs, and interoperability.  This testing will be performed until the end user finds it acceptable.  Another part of this phase is verification and validation, both of which  will help ensure the program”s successful completion.

6. Implementation

The  sixth phase is when the majority of the program is written.  Additionally, this phase involves the actual installation of the  newly-developed system. This step puts the project into production by  moving the data and components from the old system and placing them in  the new system via a direct cutover. While this can be a risky (and  complicated) move, the cutover typically happens during off-peak hours,  thus minimizing the risk. Both system analysts and end-users should now  see the realization of the project that has implemented changes.

7. Operations and Maintenance

The  seventh and final phase involves maintenance and regular required  updates. This step is when end users can fine-tune the system, if they  wish, to boost performance, add new capabilities or meet additional user  requirements.
—————————————————————————————Section 2: Project Plan Use Microsoft Project to:Create a project plan (summary and detailed) using Microsoft Office Project. The project plan should:Record all tasks, subtasks, resources, and time-related to the project.Outline the planning, analysis, design, and implementation phases.Develop in accordance with the systems development lifecycle (SDLC).

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