The first two steps of the SDLC are Systems Investigation and Systems Analysis.
The outcome of the System Investigation step is a recommendation for the particular project. The available recommendation outcomes are:
The outcome of the System Analysis step is a requirements document that would be used to design, test, and evaluate the new or revised IS.
The HB Company IT leadership has completed the System Investigation and determined the Mobile Ordering Project status is “Go – Modify Current Information System.” Your team is assigned the System Analysis phase.
As a team, imagine a POS used by a fast-food or casual restaurant as an example of what type of POS system would be used at HB Company.
Research various Point-of-Sale (POS) systems to identify their typical hardware and software components and communication requirements.
Identify the items a typical POS system has, that does not include mobile ordering, and what would be needed with the addition of mobile ordering.
Compare the following elements between systems, with and without mobile ordering:
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