Compatibility Assessment of Oracle’s Warehouse Module with USMC Requirements
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Determining compatibility of a system against stakeholder requirements can be daunting and is complicated in DOD acquisition because of ever- increasing levels of weapon system complexity. This research extends knowledge management and systems engineering techniques to quantitatively determine compatibility and technical risk of the Oracle’s warehouse module with USMC warehouse management requirements. Through a deliberate analytical process, the assessment concludes there is 63% compatibility and not all system functions can be met without modifying the Oracle product. Furthermore, the accompanying risk assessment indicates there is risk the Oracle WMS will not be deployable across the full range of operations without fundamental architecture changes.
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