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  • Bead Bar Systems Development Project
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    BackGround & Introduction The purpose of The Bead Bar implementing a systems development plan is to globalize their products. The Bead Bar is wishing to attract customers from all over the world. By using a systems development plan, The Bead Bar will be able to reach more customers. The Bead Bar
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  • Development of an Attendance System for Kabila Using a Dynamic Systems Development Method
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  • Mangment of Information Systems
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  • Professional Development
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  • Introduction to Principles of Management
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