This text is designed for the systems analysis and design course usually taught at the sophomore, junior, senior, and graduate levels to both information systems and business majors. The authors have consciously kept a fine balance between the presentation of concepts and the support of those concepts through the practice of techniques and their application to systems development. The text is written with a lively, conversational tone, which works well with a wide variety of students. A running integrated case demonstrates concepts and techniques by tying the material together at the appropriate level of complexity.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe