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Peslak, et al. (2007/2008) examine a defined phase approach to ERP implementation. Compare and contrast the "standard" SDLC stepped process to the process described in Peslak, et al. discussing the similarities and differences between the two processes.

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The SDLC (Systems/Software Development Life Cycle) is a process used in software development or information technology, to create or modify systems, methodologies and models. The SDLC processes were developed in order to systematically develop software programs that are too complex and too large. The SDLC follows the following basic processes: planning, analysis, design, implementation and testing. Planning is the process that determines the goals in a development project. The analysis process creates the functions of the program to ...

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