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Development of an internet based housing demand database system for the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Human Settlements
Pages 30 (7530 words)
Development of an internet based housing demand database system for the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Human Settlements Contents 4.1 Background 3 4.2 New system requirements – findings and analysis 4 4.3 Interview results – findings and analysis 5 4.4 Significance of testing 11 4.5 Testing mechanism 15 4.6 Chapter Summary 28 References 29 Chapter 4 – Findings 4.1 Background The research methodology in Chapter 3 outlined the key aspects of analyzing system requirements and the potential areas the system could address in order to provide an efficient system.
The system requirements and specifications identified through the JAD and interview sessions at KZN-DHS provided the base for developing system blueprints and subsequent design of the system prototype. The key challenge faced by the system developers in this case was the wide range of users and meeting their specific information or transaction requirements online. Web based software applications are driven by the need to define the flow of data and information through distinct user levels. The information system caters to the needs of a wide range of users hence the database design is of paramount importance in ensuring effective outcomes. E-governance models depend on effective linkages between distinct departments and functional units for efficient results. The subsequent paragraphs provide a deeper insight into the testing mechanism used in this context to evaluate its scope and potential in identifying system requirements. ...
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