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Chapter 10 Presentation

  1. 1. Chapter 10 Presentation<br />David Morales<br />
  2. 2. Clients<br />To ensure they can properly interact with the system<br />IT Staff<br />To ensure all technical and program functions are working properly<br />Management<br />Who Should Help in Testing?<br />
  3. 3. All transactions should be testes<br />Extract deductions<br />Transfer Funds<br />Apply Deductions<br />Focus on<br />Security<br />Transactions to be Tested<br />
  4. 4. Testing should be done throughout project development<br />More thorough testing should be performed near the end of development<br />Should continue for a short period after implementation to remove any missed errors<br />When to Test<br />
  5. 5. What is your overall opinion of the new ESIP system?<br />Do you see any advantages the new system has when compared to the old? Disadvantages?<br />Has the new system made your job easier, harder, or had no impact? How so?<br />Does the new system lack in any areas that you have noticed?<br />Questioner<br />
  6. 6. More risk than other changeover methods<br />Detecting minor errors is more difficult<br />Cannot revert to the old system as a back-up<br />Disadvantages of Cutover<br />
  7. 7. Parallel Operation<br />Old and new systems operate full for a specified period<br />Data input into both systems, output is compared between systems<br />When clients, management, and IT are satisfied that the new system operates correctly, the old system is terminated<br />Other Methods<br />
  8. 8. Pilot Operation<br />Implement the complete new system at a selected location of the company<br />The group that uses the new system first is called the pilot site<br />The old system continues to operate for the entire organization, including pilot site<br />After the system proves successful at the pilot site, it is implemented in the rest of the organization it is implemented in the rest of the organization.<br />Other Methods<br />
  9. 9. Pilot operation <br />Best way to guard against total system failure<br />Less risky than Changeover<br />Allows for more accurate post implementation testing<br />My Recommendation<br />
  10. 10. Identify Training Needs<br />Determine how the company will provide training.<br />Explain the Application Development process<br />Importance of Software quality<br />Explain Object Oriented Application Development<br />Tasks<br />
  11. 11. Explain Coding process<br />Explain System Testing<br />List the steps of system installation<br />Create a training regimen <br />Post Implementation Evaluation<br />Tasks<br />
  12. 12. Identify Training Needs<br />Importance of Software quality<br />Explain the Application Development process<br />Explain Coding process<br />Explain System Testing<br />Explain Object Oriented Application Development<br />Concurrent Tasks<br />
  13. 13. Create a training regimen <br />List the steps of system installation<br />Post Implementation Evaluation<br />Determine how the company will provide training<br />Sequential Tasks<br />

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