CASE STUDY PART 2
At your first meeting, you and Wendy discussed some initial steps in planning an information system for the property. The next morning, you worked together on a business profile, and talked together about various types of information systems that could provide the best support for handling their customers needs, and mindful that there was a need to also track certification documentation to demonstrate the fully organically produced nature of the farm produce. You also discussed the longer term plan to expand the operations of the farm to include farms that supplied fruit,
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At your first meeting, you and Wendy discussed some initial steps in planning an information system for the property. The next morning, you worked together on a business profile, and talked together about various types of information systems that could provide the best support for handling their customers needs, and mindful that there was a need to also track certification documentation to demonstrate the fully organically produced nature of the farm produce. You also discussed the longer term plan to expand the operations of the farm to include farms that supplied fruit, which would also have to be demonstrated to be fully organically produced.
You start by creating a System Vision Document for Natural-Lee, so that Wendy can use this to define a vision for the new system and present this to Phil.
1. Either by yourself or with another class member, brainstorm all the functions that the Natural-Lee Information System might fulfil. Keep it at a very high level.
2. Prepare a draft System Vision Document for the Farm Information System. This System Vision Document will be revised when you find out more about the requirements for the system. An example System Vision Document can be seen in Figure 1.8 of the textbook (Figure 1.5 in the 6th ed).
3. Add your System Vision Document to your Report document in Part A: Initial Investigation.
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You have been given a little information about what is required but there are a lot of gaps. You are expected to fill these gaps to work out details and additional information that is needed. This also gives you some latitude to explore farming and their operations as they apply to your background and experience. Make sure you explore other vision documents and know how they are worded and what needs to be expressed in them so that an organisation knows where it is headed and what it is trying to achieve. Systems Analysis & Design 1 Session 2 2019, Complete Report School of Business and Tourism Systems Analysis and Design (ISY00243) Assignment 2 Complete Report: Totally 5000 words Part A (2000 words) + Part B (3000 words) Due date 11.00 pm Sunday 29th September (End of Week 12) Weight 30% of overall unit assessment 1. Task Description 1.1 Overview You are required to read the provided Case Study document (on MySCU) and complete each of the activities and questions in the weeks advised. The answers to all activities and questions are to be collected in one Systems Requirements Report with a title page, page numbers, table of contents, headings and all other report formatting. The purpose of the full System Requirements Report is to guide and enable your fictional client to make a rational selection from options for a proposed computer application. The Initial Investigation part of this report has been completed in Part A of this assignment. Part B includes other sections and models to complete the full Systems Requirements Report. For example, you will need to complete, and add to Part A, the following: _ Fact Finding Documents _ Use Cases _ ERD and Domain Model Class Diagrams _ System Sequence Diagrams _ Project Management Charts with progress against tasks _ Conclusions and Recommendations. Note: you are encouraged to use feedback from Part A to improve your report before submission of the full System Requirements Report. Please indicate changes made in response to feedback using highlighted text and/or commenting. You will also be required to make a presentation as part of this unit (worth 10% of your marks). Specific Topics will be released separately, but note that your presentation will be based on a detailed consideration on an aspect of this process. Systems Analysis & Design 2 Session 1 2019, Complete Report 1.2 Report submission requirements The final submission is to be formatted as a report document with page numbering, section headings, and all other appropriate report formatting requirements, including executive summary and appendices. For more details about report writing, please see: https://www.scu.edu.au/current-students/study-resources/academic-skills/quick-guides/ Of particular importance is: https://www.scu.edu.au/media/scueduau/staff/teaching-and-learning/ctl-documentdownloads/as-quick-guides/writing_reports.pdf 1.3 Suggested completion schedule (Part A and B) Section of Report Complete during week 0 Set up report outline, page numbers, table of contents, headings, title page etc. (see Activity 9). 1-2 1 Business Information: name and short background information on organisation, simple Organisation Chart showing overall structure of business. Description of area of the organisation under study. 3 2 System Vision Document problem description, anticipated business benefits and system capabilities 4 3 Work Breakdown Structure and draft Project Management Chart 5 4 Simplified Risk and Cost/Benefit Analysis 6 HAND IN PART A AT END OF WEEK 6 5 Data gathering activities; update Part A using feedback. 7 – 8 6 Use Case Descriptions and Diagram; Activity Diagrams 9 7 ERD and Domain Model Class Diagram 10 8 System Sequence Diagram 11 9 Update Part A according to feedback, and finish report. 12 HAND IN PART B: Final Report AT END OF WEEK 12 Prepare Oral presentation 12 – 13 ORAL PRESENTATION 1.6 Software You are required to use appropriate computer software packages to produce output for many of the above techniques. This approach should assist you with the inevitable changes that you (or another analyst, in a real life system) will need to make, and also gives a better quality and hence more readable result. Hand-drawn diagrams are not suitable for this project. 2. Marking Criteria You should refer to the rubric available on the website for marking criteria and each section should be of sufficient length to adequately describe that section. Systems Analysis & Design 3 Session 1 2019, Complete Report 3. Submission Format You will be required to check this assignment through Turnitin on MySCU. Please leave adequate time to review your assignment for originality, through the Turnitin process. Your Final Report assignment submission should be in the form of ONE Microsoft Word document, including the Turnitin statement. You should include your diagrams in this Word document, as clear graphics. Note: any graphics that cannot be clearly seen will NOT be marked. Your Word document should be named as: Your Lastname_FirstIinitial_FinalReport.doc (or docx). For example, my submission would be named Cooper_G_FinalReport.doc or Cooper_G_FinalReport.docx. 4. More information If you need more information about completing this assignment, then you should contact your local lecturer or tutor. 5. Original work Your assignment must be your original work. Assignments form a major part of course work. Exchange of ideas with other people can be considered educationally valuable; however, excessive collaboration will be regarded as plagiarism, which is a University offence. For example, the copying of significant parts of a document, even if subsequently modified, is plagiarism. Such academic dishonesty will be penalised in accordance with the University's rules and regulations. You must not copy material from books, magazines, internet sources or other students assignments. Of course, you may include direct quotes from any source, but these must be small (e.g. one sentence or one paragraph) and must be properly referenced, using the Harvard Referencing Style. The value and relevance of including materials from another source must be fully explained. If plagiarism is found in your assignment, you may receive zero marks for this assignment. The assessment process may require some students to attend an interview in order to explain aspects of their assignment. 6. Problems to avoid _ Start early to allow sufficient time for thorough analysis, report writing and production of many analysis diagrams. _ Do not copy materials from any source, unless referenced. Explain the value and significance of any external materials. 7. Identification To clearly identify your work, ensure the following information appears in the footer of your report: Student ID, Unit code (ISY00243), Session and year (Session 1, 2019) Systems Analysis & Design 4 Session 1 2019, Complete Report 8. Retain duplicate copy You are strongly advised to retain a copy of original work, and progressive versions of your work during the session. In the event of any uncertainty regarding the submission of assessment items, you may be requested to reproduce a final copy and/or any previous versions of your work. 9. Penalty for late submission A penalty of 5% per calendar day will be applied to all late assignments. An extension of time will only be considered (not necessarily approved) when a written request is submitted with appropriate supporting documentation and in accordance with University guidelines. 10. Marks and Feedback Marks and feedback comments will be returned through your MySCU site for this unit.
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