Interfaces (e.g., menus, reports, and forms) are specified during the _____ phase of the SDLC.

1. (TCO 1) Interfaces (e.g., menus, reports, and forms) are specified during the _____ phase of the SDLC. (Points : 3)
analysis
design
implementation
planning
system delivery

2. (TCO 1) Which of the following is an example of functional requirements? (Points : 3)
The system should work with any Web browser.
The system should load any web page within 3 seconds.
Customers should be able to see their orders after authentication.
The system should comply with the company’s policy of buying all PCs and servers from Dell.
The system should be able to search all available inventory to determine whether a product can be  made by a given date.

3. (TCO 1) _____ is the process of examining the technical, economic, and organizational pros and cons of developing a new system. (Points : 3)
Committee approval
Feasibility analysis
Functionality determination
Risk analysis
System request

4. (TCO 1) Developing an information system is similar to building a house because you have to
(Points : 3)
start with a basic idea of what is needed.
create simple drawings of what is needed and allow the customer to provide feedback.
develop a detailed set of plans.
actually construct the project.
All of the above

5. (TCO 1) A decision-making body that considers system requests and makes the initial determination of whether to investigate the proposal for a new or improved system is called the _____ committee.
(Points : 3)
approval
executive body
feasibility
sponsorship
requesting

6. (TCO 1) The project sponsor is the _____. (Points : 3)
lead systems analyst on the project team
person or department that requested the system
computer programmer who writes the code for the system
project team leader in charge of developing the system
Any of the above may fill the role of the project sponsor.

7. (TCO 1) Writing new classes and related programming activities is part of the _____ workflow.
(Points : 3)
requirements
analysis
implementation
design
business modeling

8. (TCO 1) Which of the following analysis strategies incurs the highest risk yet has the potential to provide high value to the business? (Points : 3)
Business process automation
Business process improvement
Business process reengineering
Business process renovation
Root cause analysis

9. (TCO 1) Peter is the vice president of accounting and finance. For the past year, he has provided solely the resources necessary to get the just-in-time accounting system through the planning and analysis phases of the SDLC. Other managers have openly stated that the JIT system is not worth the investment. The SEC has just placed Peter under investigation for insider trading, and the board has asked him to resign. This project is failing _____ feasibility analysis. (Points : 3)
organizational
champion
functional
economic
technical

10. (TCO 1) The goal of ______ analysis strategy is to make minor or moderate changes to the business processes so that they will become more efficient and effective. (Points : 3)
business process automation
business process benchmarking
business process improvement
business process reengineering
business process systemization

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