Big Corporations and Health care organization are always looking to improve their information systems to save time, money, and people lives. One most used information system would be the System Development Lifecycle (SDLC). A system development can sometimes run over budget or the corporation and organizations will never receive full satisfaction if their goals are not accomplish. The many challenges they face or will face are; difficult to determine the requirements of a system that include data, procedures, communications, and processing. If requirements are constantly changing, and the system is bigger this would mean the project will take longer and if this happens it would mean more requirements change. There are always changes in technology and throughout the system development process, if there is a change in technology during the project is still ongoing it would be best to incorporate the new technology by continuing. There are four different system development processes in which will help make projects more likely to succeed; (1) System Development Lifecycle (SDLC), (2) Rapid Application (RAD), (3) Object-Oriented System Development (OOD), and (4) Extreme Programming (XP). Each of these system development offer advantage that are based on the scope and complexity of the system being built, and they all work differently because of the scale of the system varies widely and different processes are appropriate for different types of systems. Some SDLCs are based on a more predictive approach to the project, and other SDLCs are based on a more adaptive approach. System developers learn the SDLC phases and activities sequentially, based on the Waterfall model; in practice, however, the phases overlap and projects contain much iteration of analysis, design, and implementation activities (Satzinger, Jackson, & Burd, 2009, p. 67). Many Corporations and Healthcare organizations have different needs of system development and the most...
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