The Development of In-house Systems
• Explain the main factors to be considered when contemplating the development of an in-house computer program.
• Explain the basic principles of systems analysis in the context of the development of a new computer program.
• Outline the sequence of operations in the development of a new computer program.
• Explain the roles and responsibilities of the various professionals involved in the development of a new computer program.
• Discuss the management problems commonly posed by the development of new computer systems particularly in the control of time and cost.
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