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Prepare a paper that analyzes a work-related project specified in Week Two describing a type of application architecture of a fictitious project, and process design. Include discussion of the six major activities for the implementation stage as described within the text: (1) coding, (2) testing, (3) installation, (4) documentation, (5) training and (6) support.
The discussion of these six activities should describe specifically how each activity would be planned for the individual project situation. Also, include discussion of benefits of using defined and repeatable processes for accomplishing these activities for the implementation stage. Apply the tools of systems analysis to describe a work-related information system's architecture in terms of data, processes, interfaces and network. Use Microsoft Visio and draw the physical data flow diagram(s). Ensure that you copy your diagrams inside your paper too.
Include 3-4 references, in addition to the required readings, that are relevant to the assignment. APA formatting© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 12:25 am ad1c9bdddf
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Running Head : AIRLINE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Airline Information Management System
An Airline Information Management System is the topic of analysis. This text explores the software application architecture, process design; and includes discussion of the six major activities for the implementation stage, which includes: (1) coding, (2) testing, (3) installation, (4) documentation, (5) training, and (6) support.
Dialogue of the six activity elements describe planning; benefits of using defined and repeatable processes for accomplishing activities in the implementation stage; and tools of systems analysis that describe the work-related information system itself. In addition, Microsoft Visio® diagrams are employed to diagram physical data flow.
Airline Information Management System (AIMS)
The Airline Information Management System, "for the sale of airline transport represents a most complex process, which does not start at the sales agent's counter nor end at the check-in counter of airports. Besides the actual reservation of seats and sale of tickets, an airline performs operational management of the sales process, revenue accounting, settlements with other participants in the production process, and analysis of results; plus much more to secure success in the aviation market.
The systems and sub-systems that provide for commercial activity of an airline are depicted on the schematic above. As can be seen from the drawing, the reservation system with its subsystems is an important part of the information system of the commercial service of an airline. It's clear that effective work of an information systems is possible only when they're interconnected - both among themselves and ...
A system analysis for an airline information management system is examined.