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SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY B.SC (BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEM) ASSIGNMENT TITLE: APPLIED I.S MODELLING & DESIGN MODULE ASSESSMENT: GROUP ASSIGNMENT ACADEMIC TERM AND YEAR: SEMESTER A 2014/2015 LECTURER: MR. KOON KIM PEH MODULE CODE: (CN2042) GROUP MEMBER UEL ID’S 1341533 1341524 1341525 1341546

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Dedication ..................................................................................................................................................... 4 Acknowledgements....................................................................................................................................... 5 0.0 INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................... 6 0.1 Aims of the project.................................................................................................................................. 7 0.2 Objectives of the project......................................................................................................................... 7 1.0 System Request ....................................................................................................................................... 8 1.1 Business Needs ....................................................................................................................................... 9 1.2 Business Requirements ........................................................................................................................... 9 1.3 Business Value ...................................................................................................................................... 10 1.4 Brief statement of expected solution…...

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