University of Phoenix
Systems Analysis and Design [BSA/376]
July 27, 2010
Work-Related Project Analysis, Part 2 Paper This part of the paper focuses on the Systems’ Architecture and process design, in terms of data, processes, interfaces, and networks. Created charts and diagrams represent the activity explained in the following paragraphs. When finished, this part of the paper should display the solution for solving the issue of the accountings systems’ poor tracking of transactions and maintenance repairs. Poor Tracking and reduction In Maintenance Solution The problem involved poor tracking of transactions and several maintenance repairs. To correct this problem a new design is developed. After testing the system with several types of analysis methods, the following designs for a system proves as the optimal solution. System’s Architecture Every system’s architecture largely permits or prohibits a system’s quality attributes such as performance or reliability. This Accounting Transaction processing system’s performance will depend heavily on the system’s input/output architecture, data communications architecture, and the efficiency of the system software (Satzinger, 2004). An account transaction processing system’s architecture must support sharing data with many clients, tracking transactions, and most important support the organizational structure of business. Possessing the ability to access daily activity and provide quality service in an efficient way; makes room for good customer service. Also this newly designed system will eliminate wait time for customers; most requests are processed while the customer waits. With this being the case, this architecture contains scalability to handle high volumes...