Documenting an Organization's Computer Requirements

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Here are the methods and techniques being used today to document an organization's information or computer requirements. Readers will learn how to use this information to determine whether an organization needs a computer system at all, and if so, the type of computer best equipped to solve its problems most efficiently. A section entitled Information Requirements Study includes worksheets that lead the reader through every consideration necessary to determine exact needs.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
2
viii
8
CHAPTER A QUICKSLICE
11
USING THE APPLICATION WORKSHEETS 47
17
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE EXAMPLE
53
GENERAL LEDGER EXAMPLE
76
PAYROLL EXAMPLE
95
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About the author (1985)

James M. Smith is cofounder and executive director of the Aegis Trust, a UK-based nongovernmental organization devoted to genocide prevention.

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