A 5 page overview of the many considerations involved in systems analysis. Systems design methodology is an ongoing process. It doesn't end with the production of a working system. Systems design methodology extends into perpetuity as the system expands and the needs change. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
the least. Systems analysts might be solely responsible only for the analysis of a system but they also might be responsible for the design of systems. In many
of their job dimension, systems analyst are often expected to formally document the system development cycle. They do so using systems development methodology that not only defines the objectives
of each developmental phase but also the results of that phase. This process occurs one step at a time, the documentation and proofing of one step then the next
until the entire system is up and running. The job of the systems analyst, however, doesnt end with the production of a working system. Systems design methodology extends
into perpetuity as the system expands and the needs change. The precise methodology a systems analyst employs in systems development can vary dramatically.
Systems analysts, after all, work in a diversity of industries. They can be employed in businesses ranging from "financial institutions to service companies, manufacturers, consultancies and systems integrators"
(Leinfuss, 1998). The requirements of these industries in terms of systems analysis can vary both according to need and according to the specific job skills of the analyst.
Mark Dundore, director of application development at MIS International Inc., observes that the ideal systems analyst has both programming and analysis skills at their disposal but recruiting the ideal candidate
can be tough: "The old model was, the more senior you got, the more you
moved away from programming and did the analyst role...Now it is hard to get good talent in either area. So when you find someone who is good technically, you are