A study of the system developments process.
Flores-Prado, Gabriel Oswaldo
Schneidewind, Norman F.
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Management information is of critical importance in modern decision making. The role of the computer in this process is rapidly expanding, creating challenging goals for data processing specialists and functional area specialists alike. A totally integrated computer based management information system (MIS) requires long term planning and design efforts couple with detailed analysis of information system requirements. The MIS development generally follows a master plan; this master plan contains three major phases: MIS Analysis, MIS Design, and MIS Implementation. The different phases through which the master plan evolves are known as the system development process. This thesis describes the development of the master plan.
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