Software Evaluation

11 Steps to Evaluating and Implementing Software Systems

Selecting and installing a new software system is a significant undertaking for any company. Selecting a system and them implementing it can be a daunting task but if undertaken with care positive results will be achieved. The key is in planning. If each step of the process is planned and confirmed once completed the gradual […]

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Tire and Repair Shop System Implementation and Process Mapping

When implementing a new software system the most important step to ensuring a smooth start up is relating the existing business processes to the new software. It is always the best policy to change as little as possible when implementing a new system and so the objective should be to support existing business processes without

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Performing a Cost Benefit Analysis for Auto Repair and Tire Shop Systems

A cost/benefit analysis should always be part of any software system evaluation. Without performing this exercise a decision may be made based on the wrong criteria. The majority of the costs in a software system implementation occur on the front end while the benefits are realized over time. A system that appears less expensive in

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Evaluating Software System Architecture

When evaluating software systems the impact of system architecture is an extremely important factor to consider. The database, programming language, hardware requirements, operating system requirements and network/internet requirements all contribute to the usability of the system as well as the cost of ongoing maintenance and support. Consider the following key points when evaluating software systems:

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