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2011 SP4 - Swinburne CIS360 - Assessment 2

2011 SP4 - Swinburne CIS360 - Assessment 2

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I hold a copy of this assignment that can be produced if the original is lost/damaged. Tothe best of my belief, no part of this assignment has been copied from any other 
student’s work or from any other source except where due acknowledgement is made in
the text. No part has been written for me/us by any other person, except where suchcollaboration has been authori 
sed by the lecturer concerned.” 
 Andrew Cole, 24
January, 2012
 Accounting Information System Implementation
Project Charter
7208383 - Andrew ColeCIS360 Assessment 2
35%Due 23
January 2012 09:00
 Andrew Cole
CIS3607208383 January 2011
Executive Summary
This report analyses four projects presented in a Business Case (Wallace 2010) for their effectivenessin improving the information available to the Temper Tinglary SOHO Art Gallery (TTSAG). It thenpresents a partial project charter for the selected project in an attempt to show how the project shouldbe implemented.This report mostly agrees with the recommendations presented in the Business Case, however itrecommends the implementation of an Accounting Information System instead of the BusinessInformation System recommended by the Business Case. It
does this due to the Business Case’s
underestimation of the impact the loss of the bookkeeper could have on the business.The project charter presented focuses on four of the Project Management Body Of Knowledge(PMBOK) project management areas:
Project Scope Management;
Project Time Management;
Project Cost Management; and
Project Risk Management. Assuming the presented risk management process is effective, the presented schedule and budgetdelivers the project in 26.25 days, for a total cost of $22,949.46.
 Andrew Cole
CIS3607208383 January 2011
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