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Asia Pacific International College Pty Ltd. Trading as Asia Pacific International College
55 Regent Street, Chippendale, Sydney 2008: XXXXXXXXXX
PRV12007; CRICOS 03048D
Unit Code and Title: SBM4201 Systems Analysis and Design
Assessment Overview
Assessment Task Weighting Due Length ULO
Assessment 1: Case Study -1
Covers the following topics Systems
Development Life Cycle (SDLC), Work Breakdown
Structure (WBS), PERT/CPM chart, NPV, ROI and
payback period
30% Week XXXXXXXXXXwords ULO1
ULO2
ULO3
Assessment 2: Case Study -2
Covers the following topics: use case diagram, ER
diagram Class diagram, Sequence diagram,
Activity diagram, user and system interfaces, and
system testing, deployment and maintenance
and
30% Week XXXXXXXXXXwords ULO1
ULO2
ULO3
ULO4
Assessment 3: Project Design
Every two weeks exercises assess students’ ability
to understand theoretical materials
40% Weekly N/A ULO1
ULO2
ULO3
ULO4
ULO5
Assessment 1: Case Study-1
Due date: Week 5
Group/individual: Group
Word count / Time provided: 2500 words
Weighting: 30%
Unit Learning Outcomes: ULO-1, ULO-2, ULO-3
Assessment Details:
In this assignment, you have to perform a system analysis and design for the Nuk Restaurant System
(NRS) case study provided at the case study section.

Case Study: Nuk Restaurant System (NRS)
The Nuk is a restaurant that opened in 2020 after its owners, Mala and Ashli, graduated from
university. Both determined to open their restaurant in Sydney. They realize that they can be
successful by collecting, analysing, and using the data that is available to them. Therefore, Nuk aims
Assessment Details

Asia Pacific International College Pty Ltd. Trading as Asia Pacific International College
55 Regent Street, Chippendale, Sydney 2008: XXXXXXXXXX
PRV12007; CRICOS 03048D
to collect data from their customers in a way that they can keep individual sales, loyal customers,
the most popular food, or drink. For this purpose, customers require to create an account before
their first visit to Nuk restaurant. The Information records on the online system consist of first and
last name, residential address, city, zip code, mobile number, and email address. For digital
purposes, a unique identification number is created for each customer. If the customers face any
issues for creating an account or reserving a table, the advisor needs to support them. In this case,
the online system needs to record the assigned advisor for each customer, by recording the name of
the advisor who supports customer for each time. Regarding services, the new online system keeps
the information in terms of name and type of services such as food, drink and the payment method
(cash, credit card). Regarding reservation, the system records the number of tables that are booked
and information related to special events (birthday).
Mala and Ashli, managers of the restaurant, hope to run an entirely testable procedure to the whole
online system to find out any bug and significant issues before the final launch of the system.
The Nuk restaurant considers different methods to estimate the investments in this project. Table 1
presents the information the accountant provided to the system analyst to calculate Net Present
Value (NPV), Payback Period and Return on Investment (ROI).
Table 1: Five-year investment evaluation
Year
No. Category XXXXXXXXXX
1 Value of benefits $ 8,000.00 $ 8,000.00 $ 8,000.00 $ 8,000.00 $ 8,000.00
2 Development Cost -$ 20,000.00 -$750.00 -$800.00 -$770.00 - $750.00 -$730.00
3 Annual expenses -$ 2,000.00 -$ 2,000.00 -$ 2,000.00 -$ 2,000.00 -$ 2,000.00
4 Net benefit/costs $ 20,000.00
5 Discount factor XXXXXXXXXX00


6 Net present value -$ 20,000.00
7 Cumulative NPV -$ 20,000.00
Tasks:
1. Develop your introduction and clearly define the aims and objectives of the report.
2. The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) identifies all the activities required to build, launch,
and maintain an information system. Discuss the six core processes of the SDLC required to
develop the NRS project in detail.
3. Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) description supported with a table for the NRS
project explaining the ID, description, and duration for each task.
4. Develop PERT/CPM chart explaining the early and late start for each task. Identify the critical
path and the total time to finish the project.
5. Use the information in Table 1, calculate the net present value, the payback period, and the
eturn on investment by using a discount rate of 6 percent. The development costs for the
project were $20,000. Do a five-year return on investment.

You may need to make some assumptions as required. Whenever you make assumptions, please
state these clearly.

Asia Pacific International College Pty Ltd. Trading as Asia Pacific International College
55 Regent Street, Chippendale, Sydney 2008: XXXXXXXXXX
PRV12007; CRICOS 03048D
Marking Criteria and Ru
ic: The assessment will be marked out of 100 and will be weighted 30%
of the total unit mark.
Marking
Criteria
Not satisfactory
(0-49%) of the
criterion mark)
Satisfactory
(50-64%) of the
criterion mark
Good
(65-74%) of the
criterion mark
Very Good
(75-84%) of the
criterion mark
Excellent
(85-100%) of the
criterion mark
Introduction
(10 marks)
Poor introduction with
i
elevant details
Introduction is
presented
iefly and
is missing the report
outline
Introduction is
generally presented
along with the report
outline
Introduction is well
written, and the
eport outline is also
discussed
Introduction is very
well written, and the
eport outline is also
discussed
Systems
Development Life
Cycle (SDLC)
(25 marks)
Poorly discussion of the
six core processes of the
SDLC required
developing the NRS
project.
Brief discussion of the
six core processes of
the SDLC required
developing the NRS
project.
Good discussion of the
six core processes of
the SDLC required
developing the NRS
project.
Well discussion of the
six core processes of
the SDLC required
developing the NRS
project.
Excellent discussion of
the six core processes
of the SDLC required
developing the NRS
project.
Work Breakdown
Structure (WBS)
(15 mark)
Poor description with no
poor table for the NRS
project to include the ID,
description, and duration
for each task.
Brief description with
ief table for the NRS
project to include the
ID, description, and
duration for each task.
Generally good
description with good
supported table for
the NRS project to
explain the ID,
description, and
duration for each task.
Very clear description
with good supported
table for the NRS
project to explain the
ID, description, and
duration for each task.
Very good description
with very good
supported table for
the NRS project to
explain the ID,
description, and
duration for each task.
PERT/CPM chart
(20 mark)
Lack of evidence of
understanding of
PERT/CPM chart with no
identification of critical
path and the total time
to finish the project.

Evidence of basic
understanding of
PERT/CPM chart with
no clear identification
of critical path and the
total time to finish the
project.
Evidence of good
understanding and
identification of
PERT/CPM chart with
clear identification of
critical path and the
total time to finish the
project.

Very clear
understanding and
identification of
PERT/CPM chart with
clear identification of
critical path and the
total time to finish the
project.
Has excellent
understanding and
identification of
PERT/CPM chart with
clear identification of
critical path and the
total time to finish the
project.
Table-1
(20 mark)
Table-1 is missing or
most of the required
fields do not co
ect
Some fields of the
table not co
ect or
missing
All fields are available
ut many of them not
accurate.
All field are available
and some not very
accurate
All fields are available
and accurate
Summary
(5 marks)
Summary not
elating to the
eport
Brief summary of the
eport with some
elevance
Generally good
summary of the
eport
A section clearly
summarizing the
overall
contribution
A section very
clearly
summarizing the
overall
contribution
References using
Harvard style
(5 marks)
Lacks consistency
with many e
ors.
Unclear
eferencing/style
Generally good
eferencing/style
Clear referencing/
style
Clear styles with
excellent source
of references.
5

Asia Pacific International College Pty Ltd. Trading as Asia Pacific International College
55 Regent Street, Chippendale, Sydney 2008: XXXXXXXXXX
PRV12007; CRICOS 03048D
Approved: 13/02/2019, Version 1
Assessment 2: Case Study-2
Due date: Week 12
Group/individual: Individual
Word count / Time provided: 2500
Weighting: 30%
Unit Learning Outcomes: ULO-1 ULO-2 ULO-3 ULO-4
Assessment Details:
The Case Study-2 assessment covers the following topics: information system development, system
development approaches, data modeling, IS project management, system requirements, user and
system interfaces, and system testing, deployment and maintenance.
This assessment allows students to apply theoretical concepts to practice by analysing case studies
and proposing a suitable
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