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Structured systems analysis and design method (SSADM), is a systems approach to the analysis and design of information systems.

Structured system development is characterised by the following element:

· Hand coding in a third – generation language (such as COBOL)

· A “structured programming” development methodology

· An automated project management system

· A database management system

· A mix of online and batch applications in the same system

· Development of mostly mainframe applications

· Programming by professional programmers only

· Various automated, but not well – integrated, software tools.

· A well – defined sign – off process for system delivery

· User participation mainly in requirements, definition and installation phases.

To improve the process and retain customers, enterprise application, integration technologies is used. No new ordering process is required, the existing process is simply automated.

Application servers support integrated across a wide range of new and legacy systems, as do component basedb development tools.

What is an ERP?:

An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system attempts to integrate corporate systems by providing a single set of applications, from a single vendor, operating with a single database. The goal is to provide the means to integrate business department and functions across an organization.

Characteristics of ERP

Modular Design

Central Common Database

Flexible and Open Design

Automatic Generation of Information

Reference: E-How | Noun

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