Abbey Sports is ambitious to increase its membership from its current level of approximately 400. There will be no joining fee for new members. It also wants to better manage its membership data and offer its members enhanced e-commerce and communication capabilities for booking any sport court such as badminton, table tennis, swimming lesson etc.
As a systems analyst/business analysist working within a software development organisation, you have been given the task of producing a design Document for the development of a new system, to meet the following requirements;
New Membership management and subscription renewal
Taking new, overdue and reward payments
Sports court and swimming session booking
Product marketing and online ordering
The system development must focus on cost efficiency but importantly must fully meet the above requirements in a short development time scale.
YOUR PROPOSAL MUST ADDRESS THE FOLLOWING TASKS.
Purpose of this assignment
In this unit learners are provided with a detailed insight into the systems analysis life cycle. They are also taught Modelling tools and techniques, testing procedures and the need for systems evaluation. This unit we examine the requirements of analysis for both commercial and technical applications. It will also introduce the data and functional modelling techniques, which the learners can be expected to use.
Task 1 (AC: 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3)
1. Identify the suitable systems development life cycle (SDLC) model and rationalise why you have chosen the model. Also, explain that how the chosen model better than other models.
2. Explain how the chosen model will support the evolutionary prototype and discuss how each stage of the model support the approach.
TIPS/GUIDE TO ANSWER TASK 1
TASK 1:CHOOSE THE SUITABLE MODEL FOR THE TASK
WHATS THE MODEL
RATIONALIZE WHY YOU HAVE CHOSEN THE MODEL
HOW THE CHOSEN MODEL IS BETTER THAN THE OTHER MODEL EG. WATERFALL, V-SHAPED, SPIRAL
REASON FOR SUPPORTING THE EVOLUTIONARY PROTOTYPE
1.2 Discuss at (least one paragraph) how each stage supports the model support the approach
1.3 List the functional and non-functional requirements of the case study.
Task 2 (AC: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 and M1 & M2)
1. List all the functional and non-functional requirements.
2. Using the functional requirement produce use case diagram and use case documentation (use case scenario and activity diagrams).
3. Develop sequence diagrams for each use cases
Task 3 (AC: 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, M3, D1, and D2)
7. Develop an entity relationship diagram (ERD) for the scenario (the ERD should be consistent with the functional requirement).
8. Produce an architectural diagram for the proposed system.
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