1- Write a plan for the analysis and design of an e-commerce site recommending which
aspects of process and data analysis should be conducted and explaining how they
should be integrated.
1. Efficiency of the e-commerce website by using best web server where the website is
2. Will the interface will appeal to user
3. The coding part will be well done and the coding part supports the standard coding
and it is bug free. The user will be able to navigate from one page to another without
any issue.
4. Application analysis for the website according to the user requirements.
5. User Interaction with the e-commerce website is smooth and easy.
6. User Interaction with the colour section of the website must be very smooth so that
there must not be any type of illusions or any image discrepancy in the display.
Above plans should be integrated with the help of web developers after performing
3- How can the concept of customer orientation be translated into e-commerce
site design?
Answer: the concept of customer orientation be translated into e-commerce site
design by building customer orientation framework for e-commerce system. This is
good way to know the requirements of customers and designed them into e-commerce
sites. In the framework, customer is the person who can browse, request the data and
make purchase throughout the website.
6- Describe the stages of data modelling with reference to a database for an eprocurement system.
Answer: Data modelling is the process of creating a database schema for the system,
and e-procurement system is actually a development system which deals with
purchasing and selling of different products.
Stages of Data Modelling:
1. Create tables structure based on the type of data which need to be stored
into the database
2. Create primary and foreign key relations in the database.
3. Create crow foot relations in the tables to understand the relation between
different tables.
4. Create a strong relationship diagram which will generate the schema with
enforcing the referential integrity.
7- Explain the relationship between analysis, design and implementation for an
e-commerce site.
Answer: Analysis is the process where a team of members work on finding the
business details, business objects which are required to be included into the system,
this stage is a very basic stage where we always try to figure out the business objects
we should work on and how to work on.
Whereas design is the process of designing the business objects in the technical
documents, which will tell us how the business objects will be going to implemented
into the project and how they will be going to use.
Whereas implementation is the part which is actually being worked upon by the team
of developers and who transform the unit into the actually usable object, on which end
user can actually work.
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