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Analyze a business task one would like to computerize. How could one use the steps of the information systems development life cycle? Include examples to illustrate operational feasibility, technical feasibility and legal/political feasibility

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One of the business tasks that I would like to computerize is procurement or odering process. Instead of the manual process being pursued by the organization, I would like to automate the ordering process via supply chain management software that automates the ordering/procurement process from vendors and thus, makes the process more efficient, accurate and quick.

One can use the steps of the SDLC or systems development life cycle. For example, the organization can start with the planning for this process by identifying the problem or need that needs to be addresses, ie, automating the procurement process to make it more efficient, smooth and accurate. " The feasibility study is sometimes used to present the project to upper management in an attempt to gain funding. Projects are typically evaluated in three areas of feasibility: economical, operational or organizational, and technical."

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Analyze a business task one would like to computerize. How could one use the steps of the information systems development life cycle? Include examples to illustrate operational feasibility, technical feasibility and legal/political feasibility

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