Software development with application generators: the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System case
Blake, Cheryl D.
Bui, Tung X.
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Information systems executives within Department of Defense (DoD) activities are being challenged to build information systems faster, better and cheaper. A key step in developing information systems that will meet the future needs of DoD organizations is to explore innovative software development paradigms and exploit technological advances of application generators to produce information systems cost-effectively. This thesis examines the concepts, implementation strategies and issues relating to software development with application generators and illustrates, using a case study of the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) prototyping development effort, the critical success factor required to implement prototyping with application generators in other areas of DoD.
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