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systems analysis

the process of analysing management problems into their constituent operations and then specifying these operations in a form suitable for COMPUTER programming.
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To work as a systems analyst, you normally need an HNC/HND or degree, backed up with industry experience.
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The finance officer needs to be able to communicate changes to the business systems analyst, who in turn must be able to translate that need to technical developers and system implementers.
Systems analysts then try to find new ways to improve the computer system and explain these changes to the client.
The systems analyst should also ensure that users are trained in the appropriate security procedures for a given information system in order to ensure compliance with the law, for example changing passwords on a regular basis.
Of the five systems analysts at Algonquin Automotive, two are women.
In 1990, according to the 1992-1993 issue of the Occupational Outlook Handbook, computer systems analysts and computer programmers held about 468,000 and 565,000 jobs, respectively.
But, since the systems analyst can only employ such a methodology after identifying and understanding the needs of the system, any shortsightedness or misconception on the system analyst's part will go undetected.
Lefebvre spent a number of years as a systems analyst at the Glens Falls Hospital.
Because of the United States war on terrorism, there will be an increase in the need for technology experts, particularly engineers, systems analysts, and scientists.
There are the personal needs of the individual systems analyst, such as a desire for wage increases and promotion in their work.
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