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How the Business Requirement can be Gathered By client conversation By Calling client By Chatting With Client.
what is Stand For SDLC System Developement Life Cycle System Design life cycle System Desire Life cycle.
What stand for UML Unified Modeling Language Unified Midified Language United Modeling Learning.
Which are the Right Tools for Data flow Diagram Smart Draw Ms-Visio Ms-Project.
Conflict stimulation is part of the _______view of conflict. functional traditional human relations interactionist.
The corporate level is where top management directs: all employees for orientation its efforts to stabilize recruitment needs overall strategy for the entire organization overall sales projections the CFO's operational information search.
The three organizational levels are: corporate level, business level, functional level corporate level, business unit level, functional level corporate strategy level, business unit level, functional level corporate strategy level, business level, specialist level.
New product development does not include which of the following? Product improvements. New brands. Product modifications A revolutionary product, perceived by customers as being novel or new Development of new products and services.
The new product development process does not incorporate which of the following? Business analysis. Concept development and testing. Obtaining funding from venture capitalists. Idea generation. Test marketing. Product development.
Which stage of the product lifecycle is represented by the rapid growth of product sales? Growth phase. Decline phase. Introductory phase. Maturity phase.
There are three remaining stages of product development. What are they? Market research; commercialisation; evaluation. Communication; test marketing; market research. Test marketing; commercialisation; monitoring and evaluation. Communication; test marketing; market research.
How many steps are in the systems development life cycle (SDLC)? 4 5 6 10.
The first step in the systems development life cycle (SDLC) is: Analysis. Design. Problem/Opportunity Identification. Development and Documentation.
The organized process or set of steps that needs to be followed to develop an information system is known as the: analytical cycle. design cycle. program specification. system development life cycle.
How many steps are in the program development life cycle (PDLC)? 2 4 5 6.
In the Analysis phase, the development of the ____________ occurs, which is a clear statement of the goals and objectives of the project. Documentation Flowchart Program Specification Design.
Actual programming of software code is done during the ____________ step in the SDLC. Maintenance and Evaluation Design Analysis Development and Documentation.
Enhancements, upgrades, and bug fixes are done during the ____________ step in the SDLC. Maintenance and Evaluation Problem/Opportunity Identification Design Development and Documentation.
Technical writers generally provide the ____________ for the new system. Programms Networks Analysis Documentation.
____________ design and implement database structures. Programmer Project Manager Technical Writter Database Administrator.
____________ is the process of translating a task into a series of commands that a computer will use to perform that task. Project Design installation System Analysis Programming.
Debugging is: Create programm code finding and correcting errors in the program code. identifying the task to be computerized. creating the algorithm.
The biggest or greatest amount of involvement in a foreign market comes through which of the following? Exporting Joint venturing Licensing Direct investment.
Internet connections should be protected by firewall hight security Antivirus.
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