Systems Analysis Workbook Case Study Sample
Sports & Social Club case is a classic case whereby an invincible company utilizes the current technologies in Information Technology to better its business processes. The realization, to have an increased membership, is an indication that they have a better way to manage various data and to streamline their e-commerce and the respective communication capabilities.
In the case of Sports and Social Club, an object-oriented analysis is a technical approach that will work well in this development of the system. There are four components (systems) that are to be designed for a conclusive solution. The system places each of the four systems as an object on its own. The objects are then organized and a description of how the systems (objects – in this case), interact with each other. The behaviour of the objects is the defined in each of the four components for they are also made up of very many other smaller components. The greatest aspect in this way of designing a system is that the various objects get reused, and the systems development team can save some very valuable time in the process (Blanchard, & Fabrycky 104).
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