This course will cover the process and issues associated with the implementation of a computer application information system. Topics will include the processes associated with sponsor and stakeholder approvals, end user training, technical staff training, conversion from existing application(s) and integration into the information system production environment. This course will also examine the use of development and testing environments and the testing procedures related to the implementation of a computer application information system.
Analyze principles of human-computer interactions.
Evaluate approaches to integrating domain-specific needs.
Managing the IS Infrastructure
Identify issues with managing the IS infrastructure.
Identify industry standards to maintain configuration control.
Design training approaches to maintain confidence and adaptive maintenance.
Analyze the local and global impact of computing and design.
Testing in the Business/Operational Product Line
Identify business strategies for implementation.
Identify benefits and challenges of out-sourcing versus in-sourcing.
Explain the need for information development timelines and accuracy.
Applying Effective Business Strategies
Design testing procedures of a computer application information system.
Identify sources of accessibility, guidelines, and standards of testing.
Describe the prototype process and environment.
Explain integration into information system production environment.
Identify opportunities to maintain current knowledge of systems design, integration, and testing.
Adapt an implementation to potential changes within the project structure.
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