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Future of systems analysis


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Future of systems analysis

  1. 1. PAGUIO, Jeane L. 11376600 28 September 2013 SYSANAL Future of Systems Analysis Systems Analysis as discussed in our class portrays significant roles in our society. To fully understand the importance of systems analysis, let us first define what systems analysis is. Basically systems analysis from its name itself is about analyzing a system(Copley). It is the process of utilizing information to find out what the system needs in order to efficiently meet the needs of its users. Systems analysis follows an overall process in order to meet the needs of the users(Systems Analysis). This process starts from research where the analyst collects information about the existing system, followed by the analysis wherein examination of the present system works and identification of problem happens. The design where coming up with a new and innovative idea that can fix the existing system is followed by the production of the design. After the design is produced, it is tested, documented, implemented and finally evaluated. Examples of systems that undergo this process are systems used in organizations or businesses such as the systems of communication, financial systems, manufacturing systems and many more. Different fields of businesses and companies make use of systems analysis. Systems analysts are like the magical tool of these businesses and companies who finds out the problems in their systems and providing them innovative ideas on how to solve their problems. These innovative ideas are influenced by the evolving technology in our society today. Personally, I think systems analysis will improve even more and will come up of even more creative ideas on how to meet the needs of the users of these businesses and companies. I think that in the near future, systems analysts will come up with solutions that are very convenient that might even replace the human workforce. In order for a business to be globally competitive they will have to continuously update their existing system especially today that technology developing rapidly. This rapid development of technology is brought about by the continuous improvements made by the systems analysis. So what’s in store for systems analysis in the future? I foresee systems analysis being even more in demand in the future knowing how important it is to all kinds of businesses. Systems analysis would continue to improve as technology develops for their improvements somehow depend on each other. Systems analysis will exist even if technology stops improving but technology cannot exist without systems analysis because through it problems are found and solutions to these problems are made. Hence, following the direction of the existing systems analysis we have today it is easy to see that it is going the upward direction. Take for example the products develop by
  2. 2. Apple, in the past years gadgets which were touch screen can only be seen in futuristic movies, now it is made available to almost everyone. This technology would not be made possible if Apple stuck with the system it used when the company was first established, Apple may have even closed a long time ago if their systems were not developed. Apple will continue to improve its systems to stay at the top of their game and to continue to be globally competitive. Bottom line is that in whatever perspective you look at systems analysis will never be taken out of the picture. It will continuously look for a way to make existing systems improve making things as convenient and efficient as possible to all of its users. Works Cited Systems Analysis. (2013, September 26). Retrieved September 27, 2013, from Wikipedia: Copley, S. (n.d.). What is Systems Analysis. Retrieved September 27, 2013, from IGCESEICT: Systems Analysis. (n.d.). Retrieved September 27, 2013, from Merriam-Webster :