Data Flow Diagramming by Example

Data Flow Diagramming by Example

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A Data Flow Diagram (DFD) is a phenomenal tool for visualizing and analyzing dependencies and interactions amongst manual and automated business processes. In todaya€™s wired world, software applications often take center stage in optimizing workflow and increasing productivity. Unfortunately, the process of delivering the right software to the right people at the right time is challenging to say the least. DFDs are powerful tools for recognizing and eliminating two of the major problems that haunt IT projects, namely Scope Creep and Project Overruns caused by late project change requests. This eBook explains what a DFD is, why you need one, and how to create it. You will learn the benefits of process visualization for the business community, for the one wearing the BA hat, for those tasked with developing the solution, and ultimately for the entire organization.Although balancing a completely levelled DFD reveals data discrepancies and disconnects, it may not be necessary for your project. ... The time required to create a completely balanced diagram is not justified if a developer only needs to know how the ... Scope Statement: This project will enhance our webbased Policy Maintenance System by allowing policyholders to interact directly with their insuranceanbsp;...

Title:Data Flow Diagramming by Example
Author:Thomas and Angela Hathaway
Publisher:BA-Experts - 2015-04-01


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