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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS 3
1.2 Business Opportunity 3
1.3 Business Objectives 4
1.4 Customer Requirement 4
1.5 Value Provided to Customer 4
1.6 Risks involved 5
2. VISION OF THE SOLUTIONS 5
2.1 Vision Statement 5
2.2 Major Features 6
Strategic Plan 7
2.3 Objectives of the Project 8
Assumptions 9
3. SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS 9
3.1 Scope of initial release 9
3.2 Limitations 10
3.3 Exclusions 10
4.1. Customer Profiles 10
4.2. Context Diagram 13
4.3. Project Priorities 14
5. PRODUCT SUCCESS FACTORS 14
6. PROJECT MATTERS (see Appendix)

PROJECT TEAM

  1. Gwicana N.   200600725
  2. Dyantyi L. 200806952
  3. Joko S. 200800059
  4. Mokhele D. 200601829
  5. Nabe Z. 200806444

1. BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS

      1.1 Background
The department of Information Systems is a small, yet growing department under the faculty of Management and Commerce at the University of Fort Hare in East London. The department services approximately 1643 in East London and 72 in Alice. Courses are offered both to undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The department has approached NU Perspective Solutions to develop to a Student Query System. The need for a new system is necessitated by the increase in student numbers from 2004. The system to be designed has to enable the department to manage enquiries from students relating to course registration, practical and tutorial groups and/or marks, test scope and marks, and any other query the student might have.

1.2. Business Opportunity

Due to increasing student numbers, the department is faced with a challenge of managing student queries. The manual query management system that the department has been using has led to queries being processed late or being misplaced altogether. The failure for the department to effectively manage...

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