This article describes the phases of the Systems Development Life Cycle for Information Systems: evaluation and recommendation, scope, user specifications, engineering, programming and implementation, and post-implementation review. This methodology provides a means to approach the development process in an organized, logical fashion, providing checkpoints and cost/benefit data throughout.
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