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Online Ordering System MIS4:System Analysis and Design
Transcript of Online Ordering System MIS4:System Analysis and Design
MIS420:System Analysis and Design
Cultural and political Requirements
Ms. Amira Bahaaldeen
Done By: Smiley's
Hanaa Falemban, LAG053
Afrah Ibrahim, JAG221
Al-Masar Motors is in the automobile business which was established 30 years ago. They provide an out class Automobile experience while ensuring Quality and Value for Money at its best, and they are maintaining a well-equipped workshop under the same roof managed by qualified technical personnel trained by Almasar Motor.
We have chosen to build an online system to order cars, and it’s used by customers and employees. The system will facilitate customers’ orders, and the employee will be able to follow the process of the order.
Familiarity with Application
Familiarity with Technology
Software installation= 30,000
Labor: analysis and design = 100,000
Consultant fees = 30,000
Labor: Implementation =100,000
Training = 15,000
Total development cost = 275,000
Labor: computer operations = 50,000
Labor: Network Technician = 55,000
Software upgrades = 2,000
Software licenses = 4,500
Hardware upgrades = 18,000
Marketing expenses =75,000
Labor: Webmaster =150,000
Total operational cost = 516,500
From an organization perspective, this project has low risk. The objective of the system, which is to increase sales and make higher profit, is matched with the top management goal. Moving to the internet will achieve marketing goals. The internet system will add value to the current business model, so it will proof concept of future internet endeavors.
Project Champion: Mohammed Harazi, strategic performance developer
Senior manager: Mohammed Sami
Internet consumers: Customers & Employees.
Requirement Analysis Technique
Business Process Improvement (BPI):
the amount of time it takes to perform each process
Interview notes approved by: Branch Manager
Person Interviewed: Mohammed Sami
Summary of interview:
- They want the new system to save time and effort.
- They need the new system to provide easier connection to customers, customers’ orders, and suppliers.
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