Describe the system development strategies, Strategic Management

A customer has engaged your software development company to develop a new order-processing system. However, the time frames are very tight and inflexible for delivery of at least the basic part of the new system. Further, user requirements are sketchy and unclear. What are two system development strategies that might be advantageous to use in this engagement?

what is the potential downside to using the strategies described in the preceding question?

For the two strategies you select from question 1, you shall find (on the Internet) a success story for each strategy.

In the form of a well-written business letter to the customer, Mr. Jimmy Page, CIO of Zeppelin Industries Inc., you shall:

• Provide a problem statement for the order-processing system (OPS)
• Explain how the first strategy could help solve the problem and back up your statements using the example you found on the Internet.
• Explain how the second strategy could help solve the problem and back up your statements using the example you found on the Internet.
• Provide an explanation for question 2
• Provide a conclusion that explains why the risks of using one of the strategies outweighs the potential downside you covered in requirement 3d
• Provide a one-paragraph scope statement for the OPS
• Provide ten well-written, high-level requirements for the OPS

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