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In the opening case, what was the problem that led Angostura to the decision to develop a new system?

Question : In the opening case, what was the problem that led Angostura to the decision to develop a new system? : 2141885

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
28) In the opening case, what was the problem that led Angostura to the decision to develop a new system?
A) Angostura's human resources system was overloaded.
B) Angostura's management lacked an effective ESS.
C) Angostura's inventory was not well-integrated with its supply chain.
D) Angostura's customer service representatives had no way to respond to customer complaints.
E) Angostura's traditional ordering process was excessively manual and time-consuming, with high error rates.
29) A(n) ________ provides a model for an information system solution and consists of all the specifications that will deliver the functions identified during systems analysis.
A) requirements analysis
B) feasibility study
C) testing plan
D) systems design
E) alternative selection process
30) Each program in a new information system is tested separately in:
A) system testing.
B) unit testing.
C) acceptance testing.
D) user testing.
E) application testing.
31) System testing:
A) provides the final certification that the system is ready to be used in a production setting.
B) includes all the preparations for the series of tests to be performed on the system.
C) tests the functioning of the system as a whole.
D) tests each program separately.
E) rolls system tests out to separate business divisions for independent results.
32) Acceptance testing:
A) provides the final certification that the system is ready to be used in a production setting.
B) tests the functioning of the system as a whole.
C) rolls system tests out to separate business divisions for independent results.
D) tests each program separately.
E) includes all the preparations for the trials.
33) In a parallel conversion strategy, the new system:
A) replaces the old one at an appointed time.
B) is tested by an outsourced company.
C) is run in at least two separate divisions in order to compare results.
D) is introduced in stages.
E) and the old are run together.
34) In a direct cutover conversion strategy, the new system:
A) is introduced in stages.
B) replaces the old one at an appointed time.
C) and the old are run together.
D) is run in at least two separate divisions in order to compare results.
E) is tested by an outsourced company.
35) Implementing a system in stages, for instance, at a specific regional location and then at other locations, is an example of a(n):
A) phased approach.
B) direct cutover.
C) incremental conversion.
D) parallel.
E) indirect cutover.
36) Changes in hardware, software, documentation, or production to a production system to correct errors, meet new requirements, or improve processing efficiencies are termed:
A) maintenance.
B) acceptance.
C) compliance.
D) conversion.
E) production.
37) A systems analysis includes a ________ that is used to determine whether the solution is achievable from a financial, technical, and organizational standpoint.
A) GANTT chart
B) risk analysis
C) test plan
D) feasibility study
E) conversion plan
38) Which of the following is not a part of systems analysis?
A) Defining the problem
B) Identifying information requirements
C) Evaluating the alternatives
D) Identifying causes
E) Creating detailed design specifications

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